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Crosstalk, with Solomon and Geddes: Electoral reform and more

Watch our live politics show every week on Wednesday morning on Facebook Live—and join the conversation with questions of your own! The post Crosstalk, with Solomon and Geddes: Electoral reform and more appeared first on Macleans.ca...

Privacy watchdog to look into electoral reform survey

MyDemocracy.ca survey does not ask for names but it does request other personal information The post Privacy watchdog to look into electoral reform survey appeared first on Macleans.ca.

In defence of the Liberals’ electoral-reform survey

MyDemocracy.ca earned scorn among critics and experts. But professor Philippe Lagassé is standing up for its usefulness as a tool. The post In defence of the Liberals’ electoral-reform survey appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Coaching, media training cost government $4 million

The money has been spent on coaching services for non-partisan public servants since the Liberals came to power last year The post Coaching, media training cost government $4 million appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Brad Trost is dumb as a post 

What an asshole this guy is. I know he’ll claim he’s happy a Liberal is saying that – but one thing I also know: if Harper was still boss, this woman-hating moron would be kicked out of caucus.  These guys aren’t forming government anytime soon. 

Election recount expands in Michigan

Meanwhile, Trump expands his lead on Clinton in Wisconsin's recount The post Election recount expands in Michigan appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Liberals ’embrace’ pipeline dissent, Carr clarifies

Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr had earlier said if protests aren't peaceful, 'defence forces' would enforce safety The post Liberals ’embrace’ pipeline dissent, Carr clarifies appeared first on Macleans.ca.

This week’s column: the Trudeau honeymoon isn’t over. Not by a long shot. Here’s why.

Do journalistic conventions rewire our brains? It’s a serious question. In the fun new sci-fi movie ‘Arrival,’ the plot posits the theory that language changes the way we think, and not the other way around. The aliens keep telling everyone what they think – kind of like a racist and sexist Donald Trump did, over […]

Fourteen reasons

…why we still need effective gun safety laws. 27 years ago.  Geneviève Bergeron (born 1968), civil engineering student Hélène Colgan (born 1966), mechanical engineering student Nathalie Croteau (born 1966), mechanical engineering student...Show More Summary

Liberal electoral reform survey derided as manipulative, simplistic

In the wake of rejection of electoral-reform committee's report, MyDemocracy.ca fails to ask about specifics, critics argue The post Liberal electoral reform survey derided as manipulative, simplistic appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Ambrose asks federal watchdogs to investigate Liberal fundraisers

Opposition leader urges lobbying and ethics commissioners to examine 'cash-for-access' fundraisers involving top Liberals, including Justin Trudeau The post Ambrose asks federal watchdogs to investigate Liberal fundraisers appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Notley aims to sell pipeline in B.C. after approval sparks protests

Alberta's premier heads to British Columbia for a two-day visit in an effort to change minds about Trans Mountain The post Notley aims to sell pipeline in B.C. after approval sparks protests appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Conservative leadership candidates prep for bilingual debate

Which candidates can actually speak French? We're about to find out. The post Conservative leadership candidates prep for bilingual debate appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Conservative leadership hopefuls denounce ‘lock her up’ chants

MPs Michael Chong and Deepak Obhrai weigh in on Trump-style politics at Alberta rally The post Conservative leadership hopefuls denounce ‘lock her up’ chants appeared first on Macleans.ca.

‘Lock her up’ chants directed at Notley disgusting, says house leader

Chants directed towards Premier Rachel Notley are disgusting, says Brian Mason The post ‘Lock her up’ chants directed at Notley disgusting, says house leader appeared first on Macleans.ca.

We get letters: another Trump troll picks up a crayon and writes in

From “weasel,” using weasel@huha.com at 24.36.21.45.  American spelling. Anyone care to find him? You are simply a weasel who barks “fascist” and “racist” at your political enemies because you got nothing. You’re a bribe-taking politician wannabe FFS. As punk as Hillary’s pantsuits. Pathetic to the core. Please do the world a favor and kill yourself.

Donald Trump picks former rival Ben Carson as housing secretary

House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi says Ben Carson had no credentials for the job The post Donald Trump picks former rival Ben Carson as housing secretary appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Nova Scotia classrooms closed as government delays teacher contract bill

Schools could be closed for up to a week amid labour dispute The post Nova Scotia classrooms closed as government delays teacher contract bill appeared first on Macleans.ca.

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