Dale Smith: The Washington Post clearly doesn't get Canada
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Omicron? More like ughicron, right?
Matt Gurney: The left isn't cynical, Mr. Trudeau. It just calls you on your bullshit
Kristin Raworth: MAiD gave my stepmother a good death after a hard, slow decline
Andrew Potter: Our constitutional time bomb has finally gone off
Boessenkool and Carroll: Quebec is imposing its own religion on the public
Dispatch from the Front Line: Yes, genocide is bad, but think of our athletes
Jen Gerson: The True Meaning of Christmas
Andrew Potter: Give younger people more votes
J. Michael Cole: Dominic Barton is out. Who will take over the China file?
James McLeod: A decade, a year, a month — my life in sobriety milestones
Dispatch from the Front Line: When there's something strange in [Ukraine], who ya gonna call?
Matt Gurney: Your expectations are a problem
Jen Gerson: What if Omicron is the Really Big Bad?
Andrew Potter: More Thoughts On Decline
Simon Kiss: When Wiccans and Neo-Pagans saved Halloween
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Between a VOC and a hard place
Jen Gerson: Screw Big Dairy
Matt Gurney: Twenty months into COVID, the feds still flop in the face of emergency
Dionne Pohler and Rafael Gomez: Why vaccine mandates are in legal trouble
Katie Lewis: B.C.'s disaster communications has been slow and ineffective
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Kenney vs. Spendy
Jen Gerson: Missing the forest for the trees — until the forest burns and then floods
Matt Gurney: Only dead Canadians will shock us out of our appalling complacency
Ken Boessenkool and Mike Moffatt: It's time for the banana talk, Mr. Macklem
Leonid Sirota: We were a vote away from devastating our free-speech rights
Flipping the Line: The conservative coalition constantly changes. That's fine.
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Justin Trudeau, Internet Policeman
Joshua Hind: We are asking way, way too much of contracted security guards
Cole Hartin: The speed-limitification of our COVID-19 emergency measures has begun
Tommy Conway: From a soldier, four small requests before Remembrance Day
Mike Moffatt: The federal plan to make houses more affordable may backfire
Stewart Prest: The fault lines in Canadian politics run right through the conservative coalition
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Harjit Sajjan now somehow looks even worse
Jen Gerson: Trudeau is more interested in a big COP26 reveal than the big job of being PM
Kristin Raworth: Has the #MeToo moment passed?
Rainer Knopff: Can Alberta’s equalization gambit simply be ignored?
Allan Stratton: Chappelle is playing a divisive game
Dispatch from the Front Lines: No more Mister Nice Guilbeault
Matt Gurney: I'm a pretty big tech nerd, and I am baffled by what the 'Metaverse' will do.
Jen Gerson: Don't threaten to harm Margaret Atwood
A Whisper from the Line editors: Pay attention to what Freeland is saying
Sabrina Macpherson: In praise of good COVID communications experiences
Dispatch from the Front Line: Women problems
Jen Gerson: Alberta lost to a bunch of C-list celebrities, shoe-string ENGOs and Neil Young
Q&A: Everything you wanted to know about inflation but were too horrified to ask
Andrea Mrozek: Quebec's child-care system isn't what you've been told it is
Jen Gerson: The strange truth is that Alberta wants to be more like Quebec
Dispatch from the Front Lines: What the fuck, Dominic Barton?!
Jen Gerson: Eat your referendum ballot. It's delicious
Matt Gurney: The PPC surge was real, but it didn't hurt O'Toole (at least not much)
Ken Boessenkool: O'Toole can risk adopting a carbon tax ... in fact, he has to
Dispatch from the Front Lines: The only thing Facebook is good for is sharing our content
Jen Gerson: The post-pandemic mental-health crisis is here. It's not what we thought.
Karamveer Lalh: The Chinese government (probably) didn't sabotage Erin O'Toole's chances
Jaclyn Victor: Sovereignty isn't something you have, it's something you do
Chris Alexander: China Against the Rule of Law
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Justin Trudeau Hits the Break Point
Joshua Hind: The NDP always has the most popular leader. But they don't win elections
Philippe Lagassé: So who actually won on Sept. 20th?
Tommy Conway: Canada, the world's 'Nice Guys'
Dispatch from the Front Line: A harsh dose of reality for Canada
Stewart Prest: Are minority governments the new normal?
Livestreaming The Line...
Andrew Potter: Our leaders are weaponizing our national divisions
She-lection Bullshit Bulletin No. 5: Marriage-ruining swollen testicles of bullshit
Emergency Dispatch: An election so close, it broke Substack's servers
Dispatch from the Front Line: Every outcome is possible, no outcome is certain
Jen Gerson: I have concerns
Matt Gurney: If the moderates can't hold the CPC, Canada is in deep, deep trouble
Jen Gerson: Well, I guess Kenney's fucked, eh?
Matt Gurney: We know who the PPC voters are. Here's what they believe
Ambarish Chandra: We did okay on borders. We could have done better.
She-election Bullshit Bulletin No. 4: The Wrath of Jody
Dispatch from the Front Line: Tell the Bloc to shove off, Shachi
Jen Gerson: The debates are always terrible
Matt Gurney: Pay attention to the PPC
Sabrina Macpherson: We need to get better at communicating risk
She-lection Bullshit Bulletin No. 3: Scary sounding bullshit
Dispatch from The Front Line: A make-believe election
Jen Gerson: The tough nut to swallow
Peter Menzies: Why was the CBC not in Afghanistan?
Ken Boessenkool: For Trudeau, is this a repeat of 2004? Or of 2006?
Rishi Maharaj: Our housing problem isn't money. It's cities not wanting more houses.
The Line Editor Responds: The scope of a disaster can be gauged by the weakness of its apologia
She-lection Bullshit Bulletin No. 2: Trudeau, Singh and Poilievre race to the bottom
Dispatch from the Front Lines: While you were reading this, we privatized all the MRIs
Jen Gerson: On questions of compassion and competence
Matt Gurney: We could not have saved all Afghan evacuees. But we could have saved more
Kevin Newman: The canal where the bomb went off was the only way out
Lauren Dobson-Hughes: Canada is no longer 'fit for purpose'
Jamie Clinton: If the Greens can debate, why not the PPC?
She-lection Bullshit Bulletin No. 1
Kevin Newman: The people we left behind at the gas station
Dispatch from the Front Line: Election Week 1 - Trudeau's unnecessary she-lection
Kevin Newman: Kabul shows the unflattering truth: Canada is slow, risk-averse and selfish
Jen Gerson: Did no one at Liberal HQ have a bad feeling about this?
Stewart Prest: Singh wants to do to Trudeau what Liberals did to Mulcair
Ken Boessenkool: You’re probably watching the wrong election battle
Matt Gurney: The Liberals needed 36 days without a crisis. They didn't even get one.
Dispatch from The Front Line: Getting off the fear bus to enjoy a fresh mug of piss
Daniel Tencer: Build new cities
Philippe Lagassé: Cancel culture is real. But it's not always what we're talking about
Dispatch from the Front Line: The final days of slumber
Kevin Newman: Are we too late to save all our guides and brothers trapped in Afghanistan?
Rishi Maharaj: Canadian government incompetence has killed an industry
Dispatch from the Front Line: It's our birthday. Please send us money. Also, some news and stuff
Ken Boessenkool: Jason Kenney cannot win an equalization referendum
Nick Kadysh: COVID-19 case counts don't matter anymore
Dispatch from the Front Line: Dicks in space! (And the Green Party executive and Nova Scotia Liberals and ....)
Ray Pennings: Does Canada have a religion problem?
Dispatch from The Front Line: Rumours of our demise have been very slightly exaggerated
Philippe Lagassé: The bilingualism requirement for Governor General is colonialist
Jen Gerson: Choose wisely what holidays you cancel
Q&A: Wherefore all the UFOs?
Dispatch from the Front Line: Does "Pension?" count as hate speech?
Leonid Sirota: Doug Ford's slogans can't hide his attack on the rights of Ontarians
Rishi Maharaj: Cutting B.C.'s old growth forests makes no economic sense
Joseph Heath: Woke tactics are as important as woke beliefs
Dispatch from the Front Line: Take heart, Liberals. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery
Jen Gerson: God Bless the Dean
Taylor C. Noakes: This is no way to run a country
Exclusive Interview: The Line chats with NDP leader Jagmeet Singh
Daniel Tencer: Don't let Ford (and Legault) whittle away your rights. Get mad
Dispatch from The Front Line: C+ Nation
Jen Gerson: As Alberta Turns
Kaveh Shahrooz: Conservatives have much to answer for. Voting against M-103 is not on the list
Ken Boessenkool: Crossing the line
Allan Stratton: Don't mess with the rainbow
Dispatch from the Front Line: A reckoning with the past
Matt Gurney: Let’s talk about aliens
Rishi Maharaj: Dear Vancouver, the cruise lines don't come for the mountains
Paula Simons: Will tinkering with copyright law provide a lifeline to news outlets?
Nicholas Kadysh: The world isn’t fair. Neither is COVID. We won’t change that
Dispatch from the Front Line: Trudeau is deeply, deeply sorry you had to read this
Jen Gerson: Alberta goes Leeroy Jenkins on Summer
Daniel Tencer: How a government with any courage would salvage Bill C-10
Laura Mitchell: These COVID restrictions are a charade
Flipping the Line Again: Of course the CRTC regulates speech. That's why it exists
Dispatch from the Front Line: An open letter to the open letter to Canadian newsrooms covering Israel-Palestine
Robert Jago: If aliens have really found Earth, they might not be what you're expecting
Andrew Potter: My fellow Gen Xers don't appreciate our great gift: we were ignored
Flipping the Line: Actually, Canadians, C-10 is necessary and good
Exclusive Interview: The Line chats with CPC leader Erin O'Toole
Dispatch from The Front Line: Doug Ford's government in exile (all over again)
Ken Boessenkool: Dear Kenney, purge the disloyal
Howard Anglin: Canadian class symbols ... they're there if you know where to look
Howard Anglin: Canadian class symbols ... they're there if you know where to look
Brent Robinson: Albertans Should Demand Accountability on Public Health Enforcement
Dispatch from the Front Line: Don't ask, don't tell the PMO
Jen Gerson: The Case for Optimism
Flipping the Line: We didn't get hyperinflation in 2008; we won't get it now
Kevin Newman: Right now, burnout is as big a threat as the virus
Michelle Rempel Garner: Federal vaccine messaging has become a disaster
Dispatch from the Front Line: Not now, Alberta!
Jen Gerson: Do the Liberals not have other priorities right now?
Matt Gurney: Few of our first space age greats remain to see the dawn of the second
Meaghie Champion: Caution: inflation ahead
Fraser Macdonald: Debunking vaccine talking points
Dispatch from the Front Line: Read this quick, before the PM bans us!
Matt Gurney: How the COVID crisis broke our leaders' minds
Cole Hartin: A lesson from scripture for the GraceLife protesters
Daniel Tencer: Want to avoid U.S.-style populism? Put a lid on house prices
Dionne Pohler: Ontario has a better option than paid sick days
Jen Gerson: And another thing...
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Did you honestly expect better from Premier Buck-a-Beer?
Jen Gerson: Sorry, vaccine shoppers. Now you're the ones blowing this for the rest of us
Flipping the Line: Cancelling Shakespeare would rob students of a chance to think for themselves
Rishi Maharaj: How B.C. botched the third wave
Nicholas Kadysh: Public health is killing us with communication
Lauren Dobson-Hughes: Are we actually a country?
Dispatch from the Front Line: Scaring people works until it doesn't
Matt Strauss: As vaccination gains pace, the argument for continued lockdowns weakens
Ken Boessenkool: If the Grace Life leaders want to truly make their case, they should be charged
Don Young: I miss meetings. With big groups, board tables and bad coffee.
Rainer Knopff: Alberta's No-Coal coalition takes shape
Jen Gerson: Our endless reserve of national complacency
Kareem Shaheen: The liberal media's disaster-porn problem
Daniel Tencer: Why We’ve Come To Treat Celebrities Like Politicians And Politicians Like Celebrities
Allan Stratton: Cancel Shakespeare
Dispatch from The Front Line: Doing the Code Dance
Michael Spratt: Canadian police are not above the law. They just act like they are
Ken Boessenkool: Dear Doug Ford: Why let Trudeau buy off his voter coalition when you could be buying off yours?
Rishi Maharaj: The Canada Revenue Agency has no excuse for being this pathetic
Andrew Potter: Hedging our bets with China was a mistake
Dispatch From the Front Line: Read this, or the staffers at Teen Vogue win
Jen Gerson: I'm taking Bigfoot Family as seriously as it deserves
How can we get sexual misconduct out of the military? Will the government even try?
Q&A: Why were the Lethbridge police snapping pictures of a former environment minister?
Peter Menzies: Even when publishers were getting rich, news itself never made money
Dispatch from the Front Line: Fast times at RyeHigh, and the Search for Zita Astravas
Jen Gerson: Dear Meghan and Harry: Welcome to celebrity
Matt Gurney: Actually, journalists, you aren't serfs who owe your toil to some feudal lord
Flipping The Line: You want to put our pension funds into the hands of these guys?
Dispatch from the Front Line: Writing this dispatch was like serving on the Arizona
Michelle Rempel Garner: Quarantine hotels put women at risk
The Line Editor Responds: Your questions about the terribleness of media explained
Ken Boessenkool: I helped author the Alberta firewall. The equalization referendum is dumb
Flipping The Line: Actually, atheism is all you need to thrive ... if you do it well
Dispatch from the Front Line: Man, Biden even BOMBS people nicer than Trump did!
Matt Gurney: A hundred years from now, who'll apologize to the Uyghurs for Trudeau?
Kaveh Shahrooz: Trudeau forgot to apply his gender-based lens to China's mass rape campaign
Michael Solberg: If the truth about aliens is out there, politicians won't want to share it
PSA: The mainstream media is not dying just because you don't like it
Dispatch from the Front Line: Facebook throws another industry on the barbie!
Jen Gerson: Our hypocrisy on genocide is Canada at its best and worst
Ed Brost: The oil age won't end because we used up the last of the oil
Ken Boessenkool: Jagmeet Singh is about to become much more powerful
Dispatch from the Front Line: On the Perils of Going Along to Get along
Jen Gerson: Kenney tried to get between Albertans and their mountains. Never do that
Andrew Potter: The voters might still choose to put some pepper on Trudeau's plate
Max Fawcett: Occupy Wall Street 2.0 is using Reddit to settle some old scores
Q&A: How listing a terror group actually works, and why Parliament might have screwed up
Dispatch from the Front Line: Someone put a firecracker up the canary's ying-yang
Kareem Shaheen: We're taking from the foodbank to cover a late dinner
Rob Csernyik: Private casinos are a problem
Flipping The Line: In Praise of Twitter
Q&A: Area 'clueless man' uses dog shampoo, earns viral infamy
Dispatch from The Front Line: We can't wait to see what AOC does with the stock market
Jen Gerson: A Word to My Haters
Anthony Koch: The CPC's electoral math is clear, no matter how much they may hate it
Flipping the Line: McConnell and the U.S. Senate offer no lessons to Canada
Josh Dehaas: What your rights to protest actually are ... even during COVID-19
Howard Anglin: Please, Trudeau, this time, give us someone pleasant and boring.
Dispatch from The Front Line: Ottawa, you have a problem (the same one as always)
Jen Gerson: Advice to Erin O'Toole — save your party by curb stomping the fringe.
Rahim Mohamed: What McConnell means to Kentucky, and why Canada needs a few like him (no, really)
Ken Boessenkool: A real climate-change plan will help O'Toole ... even in the west
Christine Van Geyn: Ford's stay at home order puts the public, and police, in a tough spot
Dispatch from the Front Line: "Good lord, CBC!" - A New Dark CanCon Comedy
Burns was not a good man, perhaps not a great poet, but he was memorable as both
Michelle Rempel Garner: Think Parler was bad? Look at Twitter.
Fair Reading: Did Rebel commander Levant really have a cozy chat with O'Toole?
Max Fawcett: Alberta's oil sector needs the truth. Rex Murphy should give it to them.
Dispatch from the Front Line: The U.S. must take MAGA sedition seriously and literally.
Ken Boessenkool: Enough is enough with Trumpism
Jen Gerson: This isn't politics. It's war.
Boessenkool and Ragan: The Liberals need have faith that their carbon tax will do its job.
Dispatch from The Front Line: Hell is no place to stop