News
Finance Minister Bill Morneau's recent tax-sprinking backlash is not the sole reason Justin Trudeau's Liberals are hurting in the polls.
Karl Nerenberg | Bill Morneau is not the first finance minister to back away from a major proposal. Canadians have many reasons other than a corporate tax change to be disappointed with Justin Trudeau's record
Columnists
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Why should pollsters' predictions matter to the U.S. electorate? Let each person make his or her decision on how to vote not on polling numbers, but on the positions staked out by the candidates.
Blog
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Susan Wright | When a poll asks if you'd be fussed by an early election, there's a good chance it's from the Harper camp.
News
Karl Nerenberg | The new political and public opinion alignment significantly weakens the argument for holding one's nose and voting Liberal just to get rid of Harper.
Blog
Canadian political haruspicy.
Christopher Majka | As the countdown continues towards the October 19, 2015 Canadian federal election (Doomsday or Bastille Day depending on your perspective), what political signs do we divine?
Blog
Political cooperation
Christopher Majka | A majority of Canadians believe the government is moving in the wrong direction; a third would vote either NDP or Liberal; the two parties have 61% support. Why are we stuck on political co-operation?