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ON TARGET: A tempest in a Trumpian teapot
BRIGITTE PELLERIN: This Dec. 6, we're finally calling the Montreal massacre what it actually was
Kelly McParland: Scheer faces a battle to hold on to power, and he shouldn't have to be told why
John Ivison: For the most part, bloated Trudeau cabinet is window dressing and little else
Just over four years ago, Justin Trudeau strode in late fall sunshine toward Rideau Hall like a conquering Roman general, flanked by his gender-balanced cabinet. By contrast, there was nothing triumphant about the way Trudeau’s ministers trudged ...
John Ivison: Who's in Trudeau's cabinet? It doesn't matter, political power lies elsewhere
It is incongruous that Justin Trudeau’s inner circle has too few Westerners, while Andrew Scheer’s has too many. Perhaps they should swap staff for a few days. All eyes will be on the Liberal leader’s cabinet shuffle at Rideau Hall on Wednesday ...
John Ivison: Jason Kenney needs to play it cool to deal with Wexit heat
What we’ve got here is a failure to communicate. Eastern Liberals like Kathleen Wynne on CTV’s Question Period spent the weekend accusing Alberta Premier Jason Kenney of “fanning the flames” of Western separatism. Those closer to the action ...
John Ivison: Is Justin Trudeau's newly found humility real or pretend? Time will tell
Winston Churchill once remarked that the greatest lesson in life is to learn that even fools are right sometimes. A freshly-chastened Justin Trudeau seems to have absorbed this advice in his meetings with opposition leaders this week, acknowledging ...
SCOTT TAYLOR: Don Cherry just as divisive among veterans
There is no question that hockey commentator Don Cherry’s controversial remarks and subsequent firing proved to be a polemic well beyond the normal reach of the Hockey Night in Canada audience. But the Cherry saga was perhaps at its most ...
John Ivison: Barack Obama — the man who won the Canadian federal election
The unsung story about the 2019 general election campaign is how vital Barack Obama’s endorsement was to Justin Trudeau’s victory. That’s a pretty broad statement, given there were so many twists and turns in the 40 day campaign. But if there ...
SCOTT TAYLOR: Deadly Iraq protests barely make news in Canada
Last Thursday there was news out of Iraq that security forces had killed four protesters and wounded 35 in violent clashes just outside the Green Zone ...
John Ivison: Worried they can no longer win in Ontario, Conservatives put Scheer on notice
Andrew Scheer presented the façade of party unity when he emerged from a marathon caucus meeting on Wednesday. “The whole team knows that Conservatives only succeed when they work together and remain united,” he said. It’s true that the ...
John Ivison: Andrew Scheer's future hinges on his cross-country listening tour
Tom Mulcair was the bookmaker’s favourite to become prime minister a month before the vote in 2015. Six months after polling day, he was rejected as NDP leader by the majority of delegates at the party’s annual convention. Andrew Scheer was in a ...
WYATT JAMES SCHIERMAN: Think Peter MacKay is a Tory saviour? Remember John Turner and the Grits
In a reference to Andrew Scheer’s failure to defeat the governing Liberals, former Conservative cabinet minister Peter MacKay recently stated: “To use a good Canadian analogy, it was like having a breakaway on an open net and missing the ...