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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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Karl Nerenberg | The Conservatives are changing the rules governing federal transfers to provinces for social assistance to allow provinces to apply residency requirements. Refugees' assistance could be cut.
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Karl Nerenberg | Harper's 'democracy' Minister was being slippery when he told the House we only need one of 39 pieces of ID to vote, and that Canada does not ever require photo ID.
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Karl Nerenberg | Of a dog house, attack dogs, watchdogs and lapdogs -- Stephen Harper and Dean Del Mastro had a bad day Thursday.
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Karl Nerenberg | It suits the Harper-ites to have so many Canadians clucking their disapproval of Québec rather than pay too close heed to what they are doing.
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Karl Nerenberg | Can exchanges in 140 character snippets really substitute for the central institution of Canadian democracy?
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Karl Nerenberg | It seems almost tragic that the long struggle in Quebec for equal rights for all should degenerate into an attack on the basic right of people to dress, within reasonable limits, how they choose.
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Karl Nerenberg | How the pollsters became the political oracles of our time is more than a bit of a mystery.
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Karl Nerenberg | With Parliament closed for the summer, our correspondent signs off for now with some reflections on politics and jazz.
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Karl Nerenberg | Virtually everybody who watches Parliament regularly says NDP leader Tom Mulcair has done a masterful job of interrogating the Harper government.
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Karl Nerenberg | The list of the Harper government's mortal sins is long, and it includes sins against democracy itself.
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Karl Nerenberg | From Syria to Sri Lanka, the Harper government has turned a blind eye to the suffering of refugees. Now it's even cutting health care for those who manage to reach Canada.