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It’s getting difficult to remember a time when the Canadian Parliament actually tried to make principled decisions regarding foreign policy and our place in the community of nations. 225 more words
The fall in the global price of oil will only be a drop in the bucket compared to the other shifting economic factors likely to influence next year’s federal election, said several economists discussing the events of the past month. 1,217 more words
Thank God Stephen Harper has got those agitating birdwatchers under control!
Next to librarians working on Parliament Hill, they could be the most subversive group in the land, battle-ready, what with their knowledge of the outdoors and all that binocular experience. 1,348 more words
We often hear people attempt to distance themselves from politics, or the act of being ‘political.’ Economists, politicians, and citizens alike scrambling to define themselves as apolitical (claiming not to be ideological) is not only disingenuous, it also threatens the context essential to understanding any given issue or debate. 1,137 more words
Polls come and polls go, but one thing remains a constant: The government of Stephen Harper is among the most polarizing in our history.
That Ekos poll over the weekend putting the Tories 12 points back of the Liberals, 38 to 26, may be an outlier. 1,082 more words