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JOHN IVISON: Trudeau always saw Wilson-Raybould as a problem to be circumvented
JOHN IVISON: PM's defence to ethics czar reveals his nasty political side
KEVIN CARMICHAEL: Getting the facts straight when it comes to provincial equalization payments
JOHN IVISON: What's a debate if you don't hear from the opposite side?
CHRIS SELLEY: Misinformed Canadians have lessons for media and government alike
ANDREW COYNE: Hong Kong’s fight for freedom is our fight, too
BRIAN LILLEY: Gun bans won’t work, let’s deal with the real issues
From Toronto Mayor John Tory to the editorial board of the Globe and Mail , the Ontario NDP and more — there are calls for one simple thing that will keep us safe from future gun crime in Canada: Banning handguns. “I remain ...
BRIAN LILLEY: Canada could be hit by fight between Washington and Beijing
Canada is about to get hit again by China, even if it is only the spillover effect from the trade war boiling over between Washington and Beijing. Over the weekend, China retaliated against American tariffs on Chinese goods by banning agricultural ...
JOHN IVISON: The education of a columnist
OTTAWA — On book-writing, as on a great many other things, Winston Churchill had it right — what starts out as an amusement quickly becomes a mistress, then a master and finally a tyrant. My burnt offering, “Trudeau — the ...
CHURCH and GERLOCK: Wettlaufer inquiry got it right, sort of
Last Wednesday, the much-anticipated commissioner’s report on the Elizabeth Wettlaufer case was released. Rather than attempting to assign blame to individuals or organizations, the commissioner chose to identify a number of systemic problems ...
WENDY AYOTTE: Why I'm helping the refugees at Roxham Road
I vividly recall the first asylum-seeker I saw cross over at Roxham Road from the United States into Canada: an older East African woman dressed in traditional clothes, wearing flip-flops, who had been driven from Texas. Scared to remain in the ...
ANDREW COHEN: The case of Al Franken – conscience and fair play don’t matter anymore
PORTLAND, Maine – Remember Al Franken? He used to be a comedian. More recently, he was a leading member of the United States Senate, with an even more promising political future. In eight years as a Democrat from Minnesota, Franken ...
BRIAN LILLEY: Team Trudeau woos, or is that scares, voters to cast ballot for them
You could call it a full court press by the Trudeau cabinet. The PM and his ministers have been spreading out across the country on campaign-like stops making funding announcements or election-style stops in communities across the country. ...
REX MURPHY: The Yaniv outrage has left Canada, rightly, the laughing stock of the world
A friend of mine recently went to his local garage, claimed he was a re-conditioned ’79 Chevy Nova and asked them to do a timing check on the carburetor and rotate his tires. They said they wouldn’t because he didn’t have a ...
BRIAN LILLEY: Electric vehicle sales slump one year after subsidy cut
Electric vehicle sales took a sharp tumble in Ontario when the Ford government cancelled subsidies for the high-end cars a year ago. Fresh off their election win, the PCs said there was no sense in subsidizing vehicles for wealthy people that ...
ANDREW COYNE: Why you shouldn't expect to see populism take root in Canada
Can it happen here? Since the Brexit referendum and the election of Donald Trump, speculation has abounded over whether a similar sort of authoritarian populism — averse to change, suspicious of elites, intolerant of minorities, fearful of ...