Freedom

Citizenship and the niqab

Two contributors discuss the wearing of the niqab at citizenship ceremonies.Continue...

Making a van a home

For many, purchasing a home is the first sign you’ve made it in the world—and a home on four wheels is still a home.Continue...

The alter-ego of Canadian ‘freedom’ has stained our flag

The highway connecting Kingston and Toronto typically promises an uneventful drive.Continue...

Tatted doesn’t mean taboo

When someone notices that I have a tattoo, they often ask me what it means. In my case, I have a typical answer — it’s something like a life mantra. But for others, it’s not like that.Continue...

Queen’s improves free speech grade

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF) recently raised the “practicing” grade of the AMS from an F in 2013 to a C in the 2014 Campus Freedom Index.Continue...

McGill ban is out of line

Some situations call for extreme measures — but not quite as extreme as the ones McGill is taking against student journalists.Continue...