Jonathan Kay

Snapshot
Jonathan Kay

A decade from now, Canadians will remember this week as one in which two mentally unstable Islamic converts staged amateurish, low-yield, one-man suicide attacks on Canadian soldiers. They will not remember it as a turning point in the nation’s history.

Snapshot
Jonathan Kay

From an economic point of view, the Keystone XL pipeline -- which is still awaiting final approval from the U.S. State Department -- is entirely justified. And environmental concerns, including environmental despoliation along the pipeline's route and the possibility that commercial development of Canada’s oil sands will worsen global warming, are exaggerated.

Reading List
Jonathan Kay

An annotated Foreign Affairs syllabus on Canadian politics.

Letter From
Jonathan Kay

Americans are used to taking no notice of Canadian politics, but the Tories' sweeping victory in this week's federal election is one thing they should not ignore.