The 180Charter provision for women's rights did more harm than goodOct 2, 2015 | 8:47Section 28 of the Canadian Charter of Rights was supposed to be a game changer for women. But lawyer Kerri Froc says it has been used to hurt women's rights instead of advance them. She'd like to see Section 28 rehabilitated.
The 180Do private programs belong at public universities?Oct 2, 2015 | 12:04A new MBA program at the University of Victoria is being paid for by Telus - and it's only open to Telus employees. We look at what that means for the future of higher education.
The 180Who should decide when a child can stay home alone?Oct 2, 2015 | 12:20A B.C. Supreme Court judge recently determined that "children under the age of 10 could not be safely left alone". But what rights should parents have in determining when their child is ready? We'll hear two perspectives.
The 180Political promises, private programs at public university, leaving kids home aloneOct 2, 2015 | 54:00A proposed "Honesty in Politics" law to charge politicians for failing to keep election promises, why an exclusive business program belongs at a public university - or not. And whether it's a parent's right to leave a young child home alone.
The 180OPINION: Don't mistake pundits for partisansSep 25, 2015 | 2:37With the policy jabs from opponents and venom from social media, the campaign trail can be a very unkind place for federal candidates -- and for those who have to cover it.
The 180How cessation affects refugees in CanadaSep 25, 2015 | 14:51Immigration advocates say changes to Canada's cessation policy threaten the future of refugees who have spent years building lives in Canada.
The 180Should you pay attention to national polls?Sep 25, 2015 | 13:18Heather Libby is taking a pledge to ignore national polls leading up to the election, and she wants other Canadians to do the same - but not everyone agrees national polls are without merit.
The 180Refugee cessation, Canadian Sperm supply, the case against national pollsSep 25, 2015 | 54:00A policy that immigration advocates say threatens the future of refugees who have spent years building lives in Canada, why the majority of donated sperm in Canada is actually imported from the U.S. and a pledge to ignore national polls leading up to the
The 180How can Alberta's oil sands help mitigate climate change?Sep 25, 2015 | 8:01Edmonton policy consultant and writer Satya Das says he may have found a way to help the climate in an unlikely place - the Alberta oil sands
The 180Why politicians should stop talking economicsSep 18, 2015 | 8:12During the federal election campaign, party leaders have taken every opportunity to talk about the economy but Financial Post Editor Terence Corcoran sees little value for the electorate, in political discussions about economics.
The 180Why are 'gender neutral' clothes just boy clothes for girls?Sep 18, 2015 | 8:02When it comes to 'gender neutral' clothing, jeans, T-shirts and baseball caps may spring to mind. But it's what you likely DON'T picture that got Toronto-based freelance writer Audra Williams thinking.
The 180OPINION: Celebrities, stay out of politics!Sep 18, 2015 | 4:16It's tried and true marketing: if you want to sell something, find someone famous to endorse it. But National Post columnist Tristan Hopper says celebrities should keep their pitches out of politics.
The 180Why are so many female candidates 'sacrificial lambs'?Sep 18, 2015 | 10:59Will more female candidates mean more female politicians? Not unless parties stop running them as 'sacrificial lambs' in ridings where they don't have a shot, says a political scientist at the University of Calgary.