Justin Trudeau has always walked both lines when it comes to electoral reform. It’s the Liberal way.
Canadians watched electoral reform get chewed up by the Liberals and unceremoniously spit out 16 months after the fact.
Political commentator Paul Wells discusses need to balance Canadian values, trading relationship.
Humility is a virtue, especially in leadership; it is key that leaders of any description be able to recognize the role of others in achieving…
Hate manifests itself in many forms. It can be bigoted beliefs, rude behavior towards a subset of society, systemic mistreatment of a group, or genocide….
The prime minister helped create thousands of new jobs, billions of dollars in new revenue for our country, and strengthen international trading relationships. But at what cost?
To allow Canadian politics to devolve into the same reality-television dystopia that the United States’ election became would be the worst mistake we could make.
In 1879, Leonard Tilley said of a young Canada, “The time has arrived when we are to decide whether we will be simply hewers of wood…
The Liberals deal in style, not substance.
Protesters are piping up, and you should too.