The Green Party is supposed to be the party responding genuinely to the enthusiasm of young people, the party of principle. In this election, it is dishing up cynicism and dirty tricks.
Pro-Israel lobbyists have had it good in Canada. But the election this fall may turn out to be the zenith of Israeli influence.
The current electoral stalemate reflects Canadian political dysfunctionality. In the face of pressing issues we must demand more of politicians. If they're not prepared to act, they must be replaced.
The recently released Green Party platform has some intriguing features, but many of its core promises lack boldness and conviction.
Elizabeth May issued four critera she needs in order to work with the NDP and the Liberals. How do they stack up?
How likely is it that Elizabeth May will get her wish to work with either an NDP or Liberal government?
Instead of sticking to the Green Party's principled goal of ridding the country of the Harper Conservatives, Elizabeth May risks electing Conservatives in B.C.
David J. Climenhaga
Do we really want to elect a political party to the important job of running our country that needs to hire bouncers for its own invitation-only affairs?
What does one white male moderator, three white male "experts" and three white male party leaders get you? The Maclean's debate.
There is a fight for the heart and soul of Canada. It will be resolved October 19 when we get our country back.