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Karl Nerenberg | The SNC-Lavalin affair, which cast a shadow over 2019, highlighted the Trudeau government's ambiguity, if not outright double talk, on both democratic reform and Indigenous rights.
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Alex Cosh | Sky-high rents, low vacancy rates and shortages of affordable non-market housing units are all concerns in one of the least affordable residential areas in Canada.
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Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and Labour Minister Jason Copping, in shirtsleeves. Photo: Screenshot of news conference
David J. Climenhaga | Canadians don't elect Conservative governments to be empathetic. They elect them to squeeze people they resent. In this regard, the UCP is performing to specifications.
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Michelle Weinroth | Political truth has been a casualty in the Jody Wilson-Raybould affair, rendered virtually inaudible in the midst of the media-staged drama that has consumed us over the past few weeks.
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Monia Mazigh | In recent weeks we have seen a confrontation between two visions of politics: one coming from a small male elite and another slowly emerging from centuries of patriarchy and colonialism.
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Karl Nerenberg | The prime minister finally addressed the SNC-Lavalin affair in detail today and came close to openly admitting that moving Wilson-Raybould out of the justice ministry might have been a mistake.
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Susan Wright | As much as this Canadian respects Jody Wilson-Raybould, I do not fully understand her view. Here's why.
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Thomas Woodley | With the Wilson-Raybould affair, it's clear that the Liberal government uses the "rule of law" argument only when it suits its purposes, and they're not the only ones.
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Duncan Cameron | Without evidence of wrongdoing for personal benefit by the prime minister, it is hard to see why Opposition Leader Andrew Scheer would expect Justin Trudeau to resign.
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Rick Salutin | Wilson-Raybould's take on the SNC-Lavalin affair reminds us of deep political double standards and Canada's flagrant disregard of Indigenous sovereignty.
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Karl Nerenberg | The Trudeau government betrayed its promise of openness in the SNC-Lavalin affair. Conservatives were worse when in power, but are profiting. What about the NDP?
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Karl Nerenberg | Justin Trudeau promised to reverse the trend, starting in his father's time, of centralizing power in the Prime Minister's Office. It does not look like he has lived up to that pledge.