Ezra Levant

Columnist for Sun Media newspapers and anchor of a daily news commentary show on the Sun News Network

Ezra Levant is a columnist for Sun Media newspapers and the anchor of a daily news commentary show on the Sun News Network. Ezra was the publisher of the Western Standard magazine and has written for Sun newspapers going back to his days as a student. A lawyer by profession, Ezra is also the author of several best-selling books including 2009's "Shakedown" about Canada's human rights commissions and 2010's "Ethical Oil: The case for Canada's oilsands".

Most Recent Posts

Levant: Should Canada boycott the 2014 Sochi Olympics?

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August 8, 2013

No. Making a diplomatic or political point should be done by our diplomats and politicians – not by asking athletes who have trained for years to sacrifice their hard work. If the Canadian government wants to punish Russia, let the Canadian government do so – not outsource their hard work to non-political amateurs.

Levant: Does the pope still matter in international relations?

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March 4, 2013

Yes, for two reasons. Unlike politicians, he is not susceptible to the whimsy of public opinion, or the ever-shorter attention spans of the mass media. So where nation after nation abandons the cause of freedom in places like Iraq and Afghanistan, the Pope can take the long view. Second, the Pope does something that politicians […]

Levant: Are the Quebec riots a manifestation of the global Occupy movement?

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June 4, 2012

Yes they are. Same labour union financiers and organizers. Same violent tendencies. Same incoherent list of demands. Same disrespect for democratically elected legislators they happen to disagree with. Same demographic group: rich white kids with a sense of entitlement. Same loving coverage by the consensus media. So, yeah.

Levant: Should the World Bank consider non-Americans for its next president?

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March 22, 2012

Absolutely. Not just for non-Americans in general. The presidency should be set aside for someone from Greece. But let’s not play favourites. Ireland, Spain and Portugal should have set-aside seats on the board. Like the permanent members of the UN Security Council. Maybe throw in a veto for them too. Sound silly? No sillier than […]