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Voting in the Conservative Party of Canada
Karl Nerenberg | Conservative leadership candidates advocate extreme right policies -- should Trudeau reconsider electoral reform?
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Dennis Gruending | Just four of the 14 Conservative leadership candidates could be said to be fit for office. None of them are likely to win, however.
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Karl Nerenberg | The PM's warning that an extremist party could gain some seats in parliament under a proportional system ignores the fact that the extreme right can win a majority under the current system.
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Karl Nerenberg | There are serious candidates or potential candidates for the leadership of both the Conservatives and the NDP who do not speak French. Does that make sense in 2017?
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Karl Nerenberg | Trump's rhetoric about helping the forgotten people turns out to mean cutting taxes and regulations for the 1%. Canadian Conservatives embrace him while Liberals try to get along.
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Michael Stewart | The CBC groomed and incubated Kevin O'Leary's persona -- a sociopathic blowhard with a desperate chub for capitalism -- and now Canada is paying the price.
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David J. Climenhaga | There's something for everyone in Alberta’s political news this Yuletide, Dear Readers, polls and lawsuits!
Podcast
Politics With Courage and Life Without Plastic
Daryn Caister | Justin Trudeau is better than Stephen Harper, but is it enough to save us from climate change? Kevin O'Leary is put on notice by hosts, and Clark Barr talks about life without plastic.
Columnists
Linda McQuaig | Ironically, if O'Leary enters the federal Conservative leadership race, his candidacy could shine light on inequality and Canada's billionaire class -- although not likely in the way he wants.
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Evan Soloman: Likely not a zombie
Nora Loreto | What's with all the right-wing rhetoric coming from CBC programming?
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David Taub Bancroft | So apparently the rich are an oppressed minority now. I know what you're thinking: how can we help?
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Rick Salutin considers his "person" -- and "not person" of the year in his final column of 2013.