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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with U.S. President Donald Trump. Image: Adam Scotti/PMO
Karl Nerenberg | The protracted presidential election campaign now underway in the U.S. underscores a number of fundamental differences between our two countries.
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Jagmeet Singh at 2017 Pride Parade in Toronto. Photo: ideas_dept/flickr
Karl Nerenberg | The new NDP leader spoke of 'love and courage' in his victory speech after winning in the first ballot
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Thomas Woodley | This may be a case of "anti-Islamophobia motion meets Islamophobic media."
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Doreen Nicoll | Bill C-237 would offer financial incentives to ensure gender parity during elections. Unfortunately, it will be voted down by the Liberal government.
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David J. Climenhaga | The Alberta PC leadership candidate resigned from the Commons Special Committee on Electoral Reform on August 12, according to an Ottawa publication, though few seem to have noticed.
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Duncan Cameron | The legislative stumbles over legalization of marijuana, democratic reform, and assisted dying have not affected the Liberals' popularity. But, there are some big decisions that still need to be made.
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Rafe Mair | Rafe Mair argues that Canadians are governed by a fraudulent charade called a "parliamentary democracy." He's pretty sure about it.
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Paniz Khosroshahy | Canadians may be ready to move on from #elbowgate, but for Canadian women, the effects will be felt for a long time.
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Karl Nerenberg | The prime minister is getting huge support on social media, where the opposition are worms (and worse) for slowing him down. Let's hope it does not go to his head.
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Karl Nerenberg | Physically intervening to usher an opposition MP to his seat, and, in the process, shoving another MP, was not the sort of respect for Parliament Trudeau promised.
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Rafe Mair | Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has asked Canadians for their views on who should replace David Johnston when he retires. He should concentrate more on the process, argues Rafe Mair.
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Gerry Caplan | If you have the nerve to accept a Senate seat, your duty is clear: treat the position with the greatest possible respect and put in a fair day's work in the public interest.