Category Archives: Federal Politics

Two Opinion Articles Take Opposite Sides On Ignatieff’s Absence From Canada

A tweet by @acoyne, the National Editor of Maclean’s magazine, lead me to two opinion pieces taking opposite sides on the Conservative’s “negative ads” about Ignatieff’s long absence from Canada and whether his absence actually matters: “Neil Young didn’t come … Continue reading

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Green Party Should Be Excluded From The Debate

Don’t get me wrong, I like Elizabeth May. She’s smart, articulate, and certainly not willing to be bullied by the ‘big boys’. There is no doubt in my mind that if she was included in the debate she’d make for … Continue reading

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Why We’re Really Having A Federal Election

The leadership of the various political parties are all going to be asked, probably more than once, why we needed another election.  And I’m sure they’ll all have well prepared answers that produce a suitable sound bite.  But I’ll bet … Continue reading

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