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Michael Laxer | Trudeau has made a calculation that the winning strategy for him and the Liberal Party is eloquent vapidity. He might be right.
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David J. Climenhaga | It is axiomatic that opponents of Stephen Harper’s Conservative government attack him now, strongly, consistently and continually, on his economic performance.
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Gerry Caplan | Heaven knows where the Liberal Party would be today were it not for Justin Trudeau. We now have the answers to three of the central questions at the heart of Canadian political life today.
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rabble staff | More than 2000 New Democratic activists spent the weekend at a policy convention in Montreal -- described as the largest policy convention for the party to date.
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Michael Laxer | When this preamble passes into the mists of history this weekend, so too will the ghost of the NDP of Tommy Douglas. So too will the NDP of socialism and principle.
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David J. Climenhaga | The Forum poll of Canadians' voting intentions publicized yesterday by the National Post cannot be said to contain good news for the most prominent old guys in our nation’s politics.
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Riaz Sayani-Mulji | Kevin Mackay discusses the push to the right by the NDP at the federal and provincial level.
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Michael Laxer | As is usually the case, the threat to those who operate within circles of power and electoral politics and who accept the realities of our system has to come from outside. It cannot come from within.
News
2011 Halifax protest against CETA. (Photo: Canadians.org)
John Calvert | This agreement is primarily about limiting the public policy options of government. It is not fundamentally about lowering tariff barriers as these are already quite low.
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David J. Climenhaga | Why is the exchange rate rising, you ask? Could it be Syndrome Hollandaise, the petro-version?
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David J. Climenhaga | Do you dream of being stuck on a boat for nine days with the Sun News Network commentariat? If so, Ezra Levant’s Freedom Cruise may be for you!
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Should Tom Mulcair be surprised to learn that a chorus of Canadian editorial boards have condemned him for being soft on Quebec sovereignty, and therefore a danger to national unity?