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Karl Nerenberg | The new prime minister has no choice but to focus on an economy facing big headwinds. But he made many promises to Indigenous people, and they must remain high on his agenda.
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Karl Nerenberg | If Harper wants to keep his bored government busy by changing the rules for future governments, he has better choices than a hypocritical balanced budget law. He could ban omnibus bills, for a start.
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David J. Climenhaga | Former Alberta premier Alison Redford's "crimes" were political in nature. There never was a serious chance she would face charges.
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David J. Climenhaga | How many Tory MLAs does it take to screw in a light bulb? Two. One to screw in the light bulb and one to check with the premier to make sure they're supposed to screw it in.
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Redeye Collective | Canada is a world leader in the market for public-private partnerships. But when Bonnie Lysyk looked at 74 projects under Infrastructure Ontario, she found a huge cost associated with P3s.
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Ralph Surette | Getting the administration of education straight would untie one of the most twisted knots in our governance and would boost that elusive sense of things-going-right that we're looking for.
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Karl Nerenberg | The Auditor General included the Northern Nutrition program in his fall 2014 report. He found major problems in the program the Conservatives set up three years ago.
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Susan Wright | Alberta's Auditor General Merwan Saher has called the government's performance on climate change strategy "troubling" and "disturbing." The PC's response? Blowing smoke.
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Karl Nerenberg | Auditor General Michael Ferguson, continuing the work of his predecessor, reports on the inadequate funding and management arrangements for on-reserve health, education and other services.
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Paula Boutis, Pro Bono | Given the reality that movement of dangerous goods is fraught with problems, it seems a reasonable question to ask why Canada has yet to take seriously the need to move to a low-carbon energy future.
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George Lessard | Six Northern New Democrat MPs have written to Auditor General Michael Ferguson after all three territorial legislative assemblies voted unanimously for an audit of the Con’s failed Nutrition North
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Keith Reynolds | British Columbia's government announced it had extended its agreement with Maximus BC, a U.S. subsidiary corporation, to manage B.C.'s health information for another five years.