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Bureaucracy

There is no light at the end of the tunnel for the federal government’s catastrophically failed new payroll system, Canada’s big public-service unions say, and they want a $75-million fund to help fix the mess. 185 more words

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Quandry

I have serious concerns about M-103, a private member’s bill currently before Parliament that would condemn Islamophobia. But I want to reassure my colleague Andrew Coyne that I’m not nearly as unhinged as he seems to think we critics are. 217 more words

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Empty Debate

On one not-so tangential aspect of the hot and largely empty debate on M-103, the anti-Islamophobia motion that’s grinding the ceaseless gears of Twitter and edifying the House of Commons I’d like to lodge a caution. 239 more words

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Trust

Now that Justin Trudeau has taken the first steps into President Donald Trump’s circle of trust, he may want to turn his attention back to serious trust issues back here in Canada. 305 more words

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Islamophobia

There are two fundamental problems with Liberal MP Iqra Khalid’s Motion 103 calling on the federal government to battle Islamophobia that will likely come up for debate in the House of Commons this coming week. 199 more words

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Bad Deal

On Tuesday, the Trudeau government announced a $372.5 million ‘repayable loan’ to Bombardier, who had been asking for $1.3 billion in support for it’s C-Series aircraft since November 2015. 199 more words

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Canadian Populism

OTTAWA — When chants of “lock her up” — an echo of anti-Clinton vitriol from the U.S. presidential election — erupted last December during a protest at the Alberta legislature, observers quickly flagged it as evidence of the Trump effect in Canada. 304 more words

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