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Jun 2, 2015
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Goodbye and see you soon, Peter MacKay

Stephen Kimber
While it may be premature to pen Peter MacKay's political obituary, it's never too early to assess his accomplishments -- and otherwise -- to date.
Columnists
May 26, 2015

The efficient vote to #HeaveSteve

In the first-past-the-post system, as in Canada, when voters want to reject a government, they make an efficient vote by turning to the party the best placed to defeat it.
Blog
Jun 23, 2014

A look at the federal political horse race

Karl Nerenberg
Polls put the Liberals ahead nationally, with the NDP in third place. Polls based in Quebec tell a very different story about the federal voting intentions of francophone Quebeckers.
News
Sep 25, 2013

The Harper government's war on science and knowledge

Mark Taliano
The censuring, muzzling, de-funding of Canada’s knowledge base works as a cancer that undermines public safety, health and welfare, as well as our societal pluralism and self-determination.

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