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David J. Climenhaga | Alberta's Tory façade is cracking. Whether it breaks remains to be seen. One thing's for sure, the next two years call for strict Opposition message discipline!
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David McLaren | Is it okay to mix international trade with foreign policy? What if it's reeking with missionaries, rape, murder and predatory resource extraction?
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Dennis Gruending | An Access to Information request shows CIDA praised Development and Peace then chopped funding.
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Jim Flaherty
David J. Climenhaga | Like it or not, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty is going to go down in history as the guy who got caught with his hand in the … moisturizer jar.
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Brent Rathgeber
David J. Climenhaga | One thing is a virtual certainty: If Alberta MP Brent Rathgeber is attacking supply management, the prime minister and his other minions are not far behind.
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Democracy Watch | The Conservatives responded to the influence-peddling charges that former PMO adviser Bruce Carson is facing by stating that "any individual who doesn't respect our laws must face their full force."
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Ralph Surette | If Justin Trudeau really wants to serve the country rather than the rearguard of his party, he has no choice but to acknowledge the reality: The NDP is the new Liberal party.
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Elizabeth May | I can't explain or defend the $16 orange juice or the limo, but why people focus on that and not the fact that every single day Stephen Harper moves within Ottawa with a motorcade is beyond me.
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Bev Oda
David J. Climenhaga | Bev Oda obviously recognized an offer she couldn't refuse and decided to take it with dignity.
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Edmonton-St. Albert MP Brent Rathgeber
David J. Climenhaga | Prime Minister Stephen Harper is notoriously thin-skinned about this kind of thing, especially if, as in this case, his MP appeared to have found inspiration in an old NDP press release.
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@DamianoR | jhr hr social media correspondent @DamianoR sits down with Darren Shore, communication co-ordinator for Voices-Voix, a coalition of Canadian organizations defending dissent in Canada.
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Brian Topp | The Globe cheekily headlined on Saturday that Mr. Layton had taken Liberal-Tory corporate tax cuts “off the table.” Was there more to the story?