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Michael Den Tandt: Byelections undeniably show a shift in Justin Trudeau's favour

No sooner had the federal Liberals begun putting up better-than-decent numbers Monday evening, a momentum shift not dissimilar to the one they managed in the four-byelection round last November, but the counter-spin kicked in. 835 more words

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Den Tandt: Momentum shifts to the Liberals – again

No sooner had the federal Liberals begun putting up better-than-decent numbers Monday evening, a momentum shift not dissimilar to the one they managed in the four-byelection round last November, but the counter-spin kicked in. 795 more words

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Kelly McParland on Ontario's new budget mantra: fun fun fun 'til Daddy takes the T-bird away

Ontario has always been the boring older brother of Canadian Confederation, but no longer.

In the pantheon of Canadian stereotypes, British Columbians were the bare-foot, laid-back left coast hippies, munching granola in solar-powered kitchens while preparing for today’s protest march; Albertans were oil-smeared cowboys counting their cash while despoiling the environment; Quebecers split their time between boasting of their unique status while awaiting another cheque from Ottawa; and the Atlantic provinces waken to discover … oops, still no jobs, might as well get back to bed until junior sends some money from Fort McMurray. 857 more words

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