Editorial

Rakesh Saxena's case again shows that Canada is a patsy in dealing with international fugitives.

Al-Qaeda is no longer just a terror group. It has become a way of life for the alienated in the west. 

The Jassi case is not the only one that has given rise to a perception the RCMP is ineffective.

The new government is expressing concerns about espionage in Canada by Beijing.

By banning the Tamil Tigers, the Conservative government says it has come down on the side of democracy.

Prior to this case, Canadian courts have refused to grant damages for spousal deceit when a marriage fails.

It's time for Harper to show international statesmanship by leading Canada to do the right thing with Taiwan.

Burnaby school trustee Kathy Corrigan has a problem with commending the worth of Asian students.

It never fails to amaze how some in the Press, who claim to drive vehicles for social change hide behind the facade of freedom of speech when things go awry.

Come June 8, it will be six years since Maple Ridge beautician Jaswinder Sidhu was killed after she married a man against the wishes of her family.

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