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Full Pundit: Everybody's talking at Justin Trudeau. He can't hear a word they're saying


The Trudeau fascination
If all publicity is good publicity, then Justin Trudeau is making out like a bandit.

Rex Murphy, writing in the… 1,427 more words

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How the Grits are crashing their own party

In politics, like comedy, timing is everything. In timing, like comedy, politics is everything. That said, welcome to the strange, recent displays of young Justin Trudeau, Leader of the federal Liberal Party, aspiring Prime Minister of Canada. 640 more words


One year from the fixed election date, things are looking a lot like a campaign

WATCH ABOVE: Tom Clark sits down with Mark Kennedy and Jennifer Ditchburn to unpack the politics of the last week.

Tom Clark sat down with Mark Kennedy, parliamentary bureau chief for the Ottawa Citizen, and Jennifer Ditchburn of The Canadian Press to talk about the year ahead and the question of whether fixed election dates put Canada in a perpetual election campaign. 334 more words


WiTOPoli Weekly: Friday, October 17

A roundup of some of the latest news in women, Toronto, and/or politics this week. What stories did you read this week? Tell us in the comments. 172 more words

Election 2014

Michael Den Tandt: Mulcair's NDP sets its sights on soccer moms

After two years of fruitlessly battling the rising tide of Justin Trudeau’s popularity, Thomas Mulcair has an opportunity to knock a hole in the Liberal leader’s skiff. 995 more words

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Kelly McParland: Liberals risk being left behind as NDP and Tories race to win over the well off

The federal election campaign is shaping up pretty well for Canadians with income to spare and an eye on new ways to hang onto it. 1,077 more words

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Stephen Harper wants NDP leader Mulcair to replace him as Prime Minister

As outrageous as this sounds,  its the only thing that makes sense.

Recently, the bastion of early 20th century ideals of law and order..sorry, I mean LAW and ORDER,  The Harper Government, demonstrated exactly how much they respect the law of the land. 388 more words