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Ekos: check out BC and Quebec

It’s just one poll, election is far away, blah blah blah. But if those BC and PQ numbers are right, Harper doesn’t have far to go to secure another majority.  Wow.  ??

Canadian Muslims Preach Patriarchy, Wife Beating: In Their Own Words

Jonathan Halevi, an expert on Islam and terrorism, shares examples of Canadian Muslim leaders who are preaching messages that conflict with Canadian values. For example, video clips show two Calgary, Alberta Muslim leaders — Imam Abdi Hersi and Mizz Haibibi — instructing women to reject equality. Hersi adds that wives must provide sex on demand […]

Why Bill Gates is Stephen Harper’s favourite American

Paul Wells on what the Prime Minister sees in the Microsoft billionaire-turned-super-heavyweight-philanthropist The post Why Bill Gates is Stephen Harper’s favourite American appeared first on Macleans.ca....

Jason Kenney cautious about Iran’s role in fighting Islamic State

Canada avoids being 'indirectly be involved in a Sunni-Shia conflict' The post Jason Kenney cautious about Iran’s role in fighting Islamic State appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Bill C-51: Breaking down both sides of a most terrifying debate

MPs will have little time to study an expansive new anti-terrorism act, so we gathered a panel of experts to give you a helpful head start The post Bill C-51: Breaking down both sides of a most terrifying debate appeared first on Macleans.ca.

QP Live: Friday the 13th can’t be a bad omen, right?

v The post QP Live: Friday the 13th can’t be a bad omen, right? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Wither Westminster: How do you fix a crumbling parliament?

Britain’s parliament building is a mess, and many politicians there wouldn’t have it any other way The post Wither Westminster: How do you fix a crumbling parliament? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Why a pipeline debate won’t go away

A recap of the latest Maclean's-CPAC panel on Canada-U.S. relations The post Why a pipeline debate won’t go away appeared first on Macleans.ca....

Jim Prentice’s tough medicine

While the Alberta premier is seen to be attacking voters, the opposition is a shambles. Bring on the election. The post Jim Prentice’s tough medicine appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Putting Putin’s army to the test

The war in Ukraine is the first real test of Putin’s new and improved military. Why its early successes should make Russia’s neighbours nervous. The post Putting Putin’s army to the test appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Commons committee to watch Ottawa shooter’s video

The RCMP will show MPs the recording on Friday The post Commons committee to watch Ottawa shooter’s video appeared first on Macleans.ca....

Critics attack Harper’s ‘life without parole’ initiative

Harper's new bill will "ensure that for the most heinous offenders and the most horrific crimes a life sentence in Canada will henceforth mean exactly that The post Critics attack Harper’s ‘life without parole’ initiative appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Calgary’s Anti-Israel Rioters Get Slap on the Wrist

Ezra Levant reports on the sentences imposed on some pro-Hamas thugs in Calgary, who attacked pro-Israel demonstrators at an event last year. The three adults who plead guilty were finally sentenced this week, and they got off lightly, considering the crime they committed. Ezra talked to Calgary’s Ryan Bellerose, who attended the trial and couldn’t […]

On national security, does Peter MacKay trust himself?

Are our politicians unfit to oversee national security? The post On national security, does Peter MacKay trust himself? appeared first on Macleans.ca....

The weak and uninspiring case against the niqab

Justin Trudeau, Stephen Harper and the niqab The post The weak and uninspiring case against the niqab appeared first on Macleans.ca.

RCMP to show Oct. 22 shooter’s video Friday, provide ‘detailed update’

Pressure has been mounting on the RCMP and government to release the video to give people a glimpse into Zehaf Bibeau's state of mind on the eve of his assault The post RCMP to show Oct. 22 shooter’s video Friday, provide ‘detailed update’ appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Higher TFSA limits are not the enemy

Why stop everyone from saving more, just to stick it to the Daddy Warbuckses out there? The post Higher TFSA limits are not the enemy appeared first on Macleans.ca....

Why Canada needs to push for change wherever democracy is at risk

With no new democratic growth in sight, and some evidence it is starting to shrink, the fashionable talk these days is of a global democratic recession The post Why Canada needs to push for change wherever democracy is at risk appeared first on Macleans.ca.

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