A promise of a free ride, an undiplomatic leak and an outsider takes on the PM The post Election 2015: The day that was, Sept. 28 appeared first on Macleans.ca.
The former Parliamentary Budget Officer delivers a rallying cry for public service reform, but his proposed solutions miss their mark The post What Kevin Page gets wrong in his new book appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau (L), NDP leader Thomas Mulcair (C) and Conservative leader Stephen Harper walk on stage before photo opportunity prior to the beginning of the Globe and Mail… The post LIVE CHAT: Watching the #MunkDebate? Follow here for insta-analysis. appeared first on Macleans.ca.
'It’s become almost everything,' Harper once said. Here's Ottawa bureau chief John Geddes on the Munk Debate The post Why foreign policy is in the spotlight on the 2015 campaign appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Alberta premier's words run counter to the plans of her federal counterpart, Tom Mulcair The post Notley hints at straying from federal NDP on climate change cap and trade appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Canadian of convenience Mohamed Fahmy was born in Egypt, became a Canadian citizen in his teens, but returned to the Middle East to cover the region for the LA Times, and finally Al Jazeera, the state-sponsored Qatar media outlet. Some...Show More Summary
It’s a simple question, really: Whose opinion on niqabs should we listen to? A Nobel Peace Prize winning Muslim girl who says women shouldn’t cover their faces in court and under similar circumstances? Or Islamists, Justin Trudeau, Thomas Mulcair and all their Media Party apologists? Let me know what you think in the comments!
What a giant this man was. He is missed.
CPC folks are circulating it. Clip here. I cannot believe he would say this. Anyone got context? Just landed in Van, in cab.
Michael Petrou on the big questions for tonight's debate on foreign policy The post War and Peace: A Munk Debate debate primer appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Is the niqab truly a 'false debate', or the kind of rare emotional issue that can sway undecided voters? The post The niqab: Trivial politics, or election difference-maker? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
We are at the Whitehorse airport, Vancouver-bound. But I keep staring at this Abacus graph about Que?bec, which more or less reflects what other folks have been reporting in recent days. Look at that orange line. Look at that blue line. You can find the full Abacus poll here, but you don’t have to be […]
During tonight's Munk Debate, the Liberal Leader will face lengthy head-to-head challenges on key foreign files The post What Justin Trudeau has to prove in the Munk Debate appeared first on Macleans.ca.
NDP Leader will aim to showcase statesman like competence on foreign policy The post What Tom Mulcair has to prove in the Munk debate appeared first on Macleans.ca.
On Monday night's agenda: the Syrian refugee crisis, TPP, and the government's arms deal with Saudi Arabia — just to start The post What Stephen Harper has to prove in the Munk Debate appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Let’s continue my look at some of NDP Alberta Premier Rachel Notley’s recent promises. She tries to sound pro-business in this particular speech, but at the end of the day, her actions speak louder than words. For instance, Notley says the oil and gas reserves “will remain wide open to investment.” But so far on her watch – to […]
Man, this sucks.
Yes, I really said that. Yes, I was going to try. Until Lisa and Emma started yelling at me, that is. Check out our new friends on the Klondike Highway. They were big.
The length, sure. The outcome, of course. All of that is important. But Election 42 will be remembered for one thing most of all: the record number of shitty candidates. The ignorant, the bigots, the truthers, the anti-Semites, the drunkards, the scum of the Earth: those are the kinds of losers who were trying […]
You’ve heard the phrase, “That’s just flushing money down the toilet.” It’s a metaphor for wasting money, but nobody actually thinks you’re throwing real money down the sewer — it’s just a saying, right? Well, Calgary’s big-spending mayor Naheed Nenshi has achieved another milestone in his illustrious career: He just spent $236,000 dollars of taxpayers money on public […]