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Prime Minister Trudeau speaks with media following a swearing-in ceremony at Rideau Hall. Photo: Adam Scotti/PMO
Duncan Cameron | Whether Liberal or Conservative in name, once in government, both parties have regularly adopted each other's main policies.
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Brent Patterson | What is the risk of Maxime Bernier's intention to form a new political party that would attack "extreme multiculturalism"?
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Sophia Reuss | Maxime Bernier splits from the CPC in a flurry of enraged tweets, the Jack Layton Journalism for Change Fellowship application is open, and an interview about workers co-operatives.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau participates in India Day parade in Montreal. Photo: Adam Scotti/PMO
David J. Climenhaga | There are lots of suspects, but in terms of the political consequences, it's the PMO that will have to wear the egg on its face. But the long-term consequences will be minimal.
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David J. Climenhaga | Caroline Mulroney, who is currently campaigning to lead Ontario's PC party, was warmly welcomed at the Manning Networking Conference in Ottawa this weekend.
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Nora Loreto | Conservative members would be wise to look at the recent rise and fall of the former PQ celebrity leader
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Yves Engler | As the NDP race revs up expect Palestine to be debated in a way that troubles Israeli nationalists.
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Linda Leon | Linda Leon returns to her blog, with an open letter to Rona Ambrose on the subject of negative politicking.
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Brian Jean
David J. Climenhaga | The Wildrose leader's planned tour of Alberta suggests he intends to fight for his job despite a challenge from Jason Kenney and a rumoured Fifth Column within his party's ranks.
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Gerry Caplan | Canada's own Conservative Party is already making clear its determination to recover what only months ago they believed might be theirs in perpetuity.
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Ralph Surette | When things get complicated for a new government that has -- as usually happens -- promised too much too fast, when hope bogs down in the usual politics, here's how to understand what's happening.
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Stephen Kimber | With the defeat of Stephen Harper, it's time for principled federal Conservatives to take back their party, or abandon it as a lost cause.