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Don Braid: Mulcair's message to Alberta hasn't changed, but the need to listen has

Federal NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair has been outspoken in Alberta for years, delivering the same message here as he does everywhere else.

The difference now is that he doesn’t have to duck. 685 more words

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Mohamed El-Erian: Blame, doubt, decline likely to follow as Greece wakes up to costs of revolt against Europe

By heeding their government’s advice and voting “No” in the referendum on Sunday, Greek citizens sent an unambiguous message. Much like the fictional Americans portrayed in the movie “Network” who threw open their windows and shouted out, “I’m as mad as hell and I’m not going to take this anymore,” the Greeks are demanding that the rest of Europe acknowledge their distress. 695 more words

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Germans never repay their debts, they just insists others do, and Monday's other reasons to fear for humanity

1. Harper and Obama, BFFs forever

The U.S. ambassador to Canada says relations between Ottawa and Washington are actually pretty good, notwithstanding what you might have heard. 537 more words

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National Post View: The people have a right to say no to new taxes

The results of Metro Vancouver’s ground-breaking referendum on transit funding — a resounding No, by a margin of 62 to 38 per cent — are not what we would have wished. 585 more words

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National Post View: He's not a picky eater, he's an ARFID

A vaguely familiar acronym surfaces in another newspaper and catches our attention: “ARFID.” Surely we’ve seen this one before? It can’t be the same thing as an RFID chip, right? 607 more words

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Robert Fulford: Canada, fortunate land of ingratitude

Forty-eight years ago the centennial of Canada’s Confederation was the occasion for a year-long sea-to-sea party and a world exhibition in Montreal. We carried it off with brio, energy and a happy spirit. 749 more words

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George Jonas: Discrimination is discrimination, whatever you call it

If you conclude that doing something is wrong, you have at least three choices. 1.) Don’t do it. 2.) Do it anyway. 3.) Do it anyway, but call it something else. 979 more words

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