What to make of a new report that Syrian refugees to Canada aren't signing up for $5 million worth of FREE English languages classes?
Are these refugees reluctant to integrate? One of our favourite guests, immigration lawyer and refugee advocate Guidy Mamann, comes on to offer an explanation.
Tune in for a spirited conversation between me and Rick Orman. The former PC MLA in ALberta is part of the team behind "Alberta Can't Wait."
This group wants to "unite the right" in the province, but I have some concerns about their ideas. WATCH and see what you think.
On tonight's monologue, I talk about this week's election of a new mayor in London, England.
Some history: There have been three Jewish mayors of London, two in the 1850s and 1860s, and again in 1943. Zac Goldsmith, who is running in this week’s mayor’s election for London as the official Conservative Party candidate, tells people he’s not particularly Jewish. His father was Jewish, and he is supportive of Israel. But that’s about it.
He’s trailing way behind Labour candidate Sadiq Khan: Son of Pakistani migrants, lawyer, social justice activist. The usual: suing police, suing over discrimination, real or imagined.
And now Khan is going to be the first Muslim mayor of London. It’s the natural outcome of the twenty-year red-green collaboration between the left and Islam.
In the past week, we’ve seen British Labour Party members, both Muslim and non-Muslim, say anti-Semitic things that would have been unthinkable just 20 years ago, especially for a party that claims to be against racism.
Yeah, I'm pretty sure there won’t be any more Jewish mayors of London...