Over the weekend, Conrad Black ventured the opinion that Canada’s “almost slavish veneration” of the UN was coming to an end. Calling the recent Human Rights Council criticism of Quebec’s Bill 78 “outrageous,” Black wrote that:
Unfortunately, Canada was, for most of the UN’s history, far too indulgent of it. First, as a victorious . . . → Read More: Northern Reflections: Who Speaks For Canadians?