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Pam Palmater | Last week, Conservative member of Parliament Maxime Bernier posted a series of tweets on Twitter espousing his opposition to "extreme multiculturalism" and the "cult of diversity" in Canada.
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Duncan Cameron | With the withdrawal of Kevin O'Leary from the Conservative leadership race, the CPC avoids doing damage to itself. But can they make a choice that does not promise damage to others?
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Linda Leon | The Harper government is more interested in controlling the message than it is in presenting the facts. That is why the Conservative Party is so determined to either take over or destroy the CBC.
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Heather Morgan | A pattern has emerged over the past 30 years in Ontario conservative politics. The pattern? A systematic sabotaging of Ontario.
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Karl Nerenberg | Jim Flaherty, Canada's former Finance Minister has died at 64. He resigned from Cabinet less than a month ago. In this post, Karl Nerenberg looks back at Jim Flaherty's political legacy.
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Linda Leon | Fisheries and Oceans libraries have been closed down across Canada. Barbarians have a lot to answer for.
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Leilani Farha | Minister James Moore questioned whether it's his job to feed hungry children, and then took it all back. Minister Moore, if you really want to deal with the issue, here are some helpful facts.
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Sinclair Stevens | It's the tenth anniversary of Stephen Harper's takeover of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada and his full commitment to staunch conservative politics.
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H.G. Watson | President of the OFL, Sid Ryan, discussed the Conservatives' outright attack on labour, how to implement diversity on all levels and labour's plan to combat 'right to work' laws.
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Shit Harper Did | Shit Harper Did triggered alarms after they peacefully mounted a banner and giant eyeballs at a CSEC site to protest government spying, among many things.
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Erin Hunt | Canada's use of a loophole measure in Bill C-6, the cluster munitions bill, is comparable to booting alcohol for teenagers: those restricted by laws get around them by asking others to commit the act.
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Heather Morgan | The Rob Ford spectacle is hardly an "accident." His policies and behaviour were always evident, but Canada's right-wing politicians choose to ignore it in favour of their toxic ideology.