Columnists
Ralph Surette | Monuments are only a small part of the whole that, perhaps, will at last get fully exposed to a distracted public before the upcoming election.
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Ralph Surette | Stephen Harper, a master propagandist of the first order, is doing it again. This time, the overblown tune is war, terror, security, with civil liberties, prudence and rational thought underfoot.
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Brent Patterson | Calgary-based TransCanada hired the controversial public relations firm Edelman in an attempt to derail growing public opposition to its proposed 1.1 million barrels per day Energy East pipeline.
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Linda Leon | December is upon us and our thoughts are already turning to Christmas. So instead of the usual letter, I am sending you a seasonal story for your enjoyment.
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Peter Rosenthal | While authorities are investigating election calls, many people are uncertain about whether deliberately misinforming voters about the location of their polling station is illegal or a "dirty trick."
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Linda Leon | The Conservative Party is, at the very least, guilty of creating a culture so contemptuous of democratic principles that the public now thinks it plausible that Conservatives committed this crime.
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Hennessy's Index | This month, the Hennessy Index examines the robocall scandal and possible voter suppression during the 2011 federal election.
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Erika Shaker | Here I am, speaking to the party of opportunity and entrepreneurialism, and yet none of you has managed to capitalize on what is clearly a growth industry in Canadian politics.
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Linda Leon | A great big, blue-sky-dreaming, New Year's wish list for 2012: a better prime minister.