Podcast
'Outside In'  -- Libby Davies reflects on her life of social justice and public service
Victoria Fenner | In her new book, long time NDP MP Libby Davies shares some thoughts about social justice, political life and her career in municipal and federal politics.
Blog
Front page Toronto Star in 1998. "Plight of the homeless a national disaster."
Cathy Crowe | Homelessness has reached post-apocalyptic levels in the absence of a national housing program.
Columnists
Prime Minister Trudeau speaks with media following a swearing-in ceremony at Rideau Hall. Photo: Adam Scotti/PMO
Duncan Cameron | Whether Liberal or Conservative in name, once in government, both parties have regularly adopted each other's main policies.
Columnists
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in a swearing-in ceremony of new Ministers at Rideau Hall. Photo: Adam Scotti/PMO
Duncan Cameron | Canadians look to the federal government for leadership. What they have been getting instead from the Liberal government is stewardship.
Blog
United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney
David J. Climenhaga | The 2018 budget brought down in February sets out the Trudeau government's equalization formula plan unequivocally in terms anyone can understand. You actually have to read it, though.
News
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh was handed orange roses by a supporter while visiting Toronto on Oct. 13. Photo: @thejagmeetsingh/Twitter
Karl Nerenberg | Almost out of the gate, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh faced aggressive questions on Quebec and Air India. He might consider working on more carefully crafted and nuanced answers.
Podcast
Susan Delacourt on “image politics”, the media, and Stephen Harper’s legacy.
Face2Face | Susan and David talk about "image politics" and the media, Stephen Harper's legacy, Ottawa and how it's constantly changing and why voters are often appealed to through their wallets.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | By putting together a policy agenda of bold ideas, the NDP would help Canadians get a measure of the new Liberal government, and give the party a much-needed leadership role in public debate.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Most Canadians have had enough of Harper -- a prime minister interested only in benefits for his party supporters -- who put his own interest in holding office ahead of the public interest.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Justin Trudeau has withstood a pummeling that wasted the two previous Liberal leaders so badly that each broke down publicly during their campaign. Trudeau survived and overcame.
Blog
Kate McInturff | Women voters are set to make a distinct impact on the outcome of the federal election this October. For political parties looking to pivot, consider this: it's the women, stupid.
Columnists
Murray Dobbin | Instead of sticking to the Green Party's principled goal of ridding the country of the Harper Conservatives, Elizabeth May risks electing Conservatives in B.C.