Did the median voter's views on economic issues change during the 2015 federal campaign? Or did the parties just carve up that terrain differently?
Tom Mulcair and the NDP caucus did a great job in undermining the credibility of the Harper government; then Justin Trudeau reaped the rewards by sowing doubts about "Tom Mulcair's NDP."
How did the Liberals outmanoeuvre the NDP seems to be the biggest question these days. We attempt to answer that question in this first of a three-part series.
Not only has Canada's economy performed worse under Stephen Harper's leadership than under any other government in our post-war history, but things are getting worse, not better.
The TPP will further remove governments' ability to take initiatives that might foster a more diverse and job-intensive economy. We're going back to the future, as hewers of wood and drawers of water.
Amidst growing public concern that the federal government is hiding key details of the newly signed TPP, Unifor has joined others calling for the full text to be released immediately.
David J. Climenhaga
The Russian intervention in Syria seems to have produced at least in the short term several benefits for Canadian taxpayers.
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Stephen Harper's emissions claims are very much a case of taking credit where it is not due, from a prime minister who is only pretending to care about the issue amid the spotlight of the election.
The power of giant corporations to protect and advance ownership rights over jobs, wages and labour rights has been enshrined in trade deals. This is how the class struggle is waged from above.