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Karl Nerenberg | Barely a week goes by when the Conservative government does not issue at least one press release touting the value of a Canada-European Union (EU) trade deal.
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Karl Nerenberg | Michael Sona has been charged with attempting to prevent someone from voting, an offence under the Canada Elections Act.
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Chief Electoral Officer Marc Mayrand
Karl Nerenberg | The Conservative government has not consulted Chief Electoral Officer, Marc Mayrand, on possible changes to Canada's elections act.
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Karl Nerenberg | There is dissension in the Harper Conservative ranks. Social conservatives want to speak out, but the Party leadership is trying to silence them.
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Karl Nerenberg | Will the day ever come when the Prime Minister considers the extraordinary efforts of these young people to be at least as important as a cuddly panda bear?
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Karl Nerenberg | On Tuesday, we reported in this space that Levant had delivered an on-air mea culpa to the Roma people. Levant's motive was not a sudden conversion to reasonableness.
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Karl Nerenberg | Jason Kenney might be breathing a sigh of relief that Ezra Levant waited until long after Kenney's refugee reform bill had passed before apologizing on air for comments he made about the Roma.
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Karl Nerenberg | If Flaherty were to decide to give away an additional $2 billion to the oil and gas industry, he would, of course, have to find an additional $2 billion in spending cuts and loophole closings.
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Karl Nerenberg | While they could be feasting on Conservative scandals, some media outlets have found a way to shine a light on some of the Official Opposition's notional warts, including on the issue of Quebec.
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Karl Nerenberg | Tom Flanagan was one of Stephen Harper's key mentors, and remains perhaps the most influential ideologue of the current "Conservative movement."
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Karl Nerenberg | The Opposition contrasted the mean-spiritedness toward EI recipients with the government's rather more generous attitude toward Senators and their travel expenses.
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Karl Nerenberg | Who were the real heroes in all this, Canadian writers ask? Some of us think the real hero is neither Canadian nor American.