The emphasis on fundraising will hinder caucus candidates anxious mainly to raise their profiles nationally, or draw attention to pet issues.
Parliament's back, and while we can say that it's an advance on the late, unlamented Harper years, it's hardly ready for prime-time parliamentary democracy.
A new report by the Conservative government shows that over 12,000 federal public servants have tested positive for opinions.
The Conservative government began mailing out cheques for the expanded Universal Child Care Benefit. The cheques have little to do with child care. Here's why.
That was the week that was. Who said politics is boring? (deep sigh)
After the UCCB advertising fiasco, we should have a real debate about what a modern government of Canada should do to really help young families can begin in earnest.
Once the dust has settled on all the taxpayer-funded UCCB advertising maybe the real debate about what a modern government of Canada should do to really help young families can begin in earnest.
The Harper government has accelerated its assault on Canada's democracy recently with the misuse of taxpayer money and abusing the rule of law.
After Baird's departure, Harper had to do yet another cabinet shuffle. And this one is just bizarre.
In times like these we need a national jobs and training strategy. Pierre Poilievre's appointment signals inaction on the employment and training front, and should be a significant cause for concern.