The “Maverick Party”. Dear gawd. Testosterone just reached critical levels in Canadian politics. I feel the need, the need to breed Tom Cruise was a bit of a (okay – in the 80’s – a definite) sex symbol before he found the pseudo-science of all religions and started […]
the NDP and the UCP have ran up the credit card in the hopes that maybe down the road we’ll get a good bonus to pay it off.
While Mr. Wolf may believe this action will generate allies, it is far more likely to wind up a public relations embarrassment that backfires and alienates those we need on our side.
When it comes to policy and politics, Jason Kenney only plays for one team, and that’s Team Kenney. Two particular cases have highlighted this characteristic during the pandemic response.
In post-electoral reform Canada, the numbers are amazing. Andrew Coyne recently tweeted that, in 42 federal elections, the two main parties had never had less than 33% in the polls. For those keeping track, that’s the exact number of elections Canadians have voted in; ever. Even more amazing […]
It’s the age old question, and one that, frankly, we aren’t quite sure why we’re trying to answer in the second millennium. Oh, that’s right; visual aids. Canadians were aghast this week when they were bombarded by photos of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in brownface, followed by photos […]
It’s likely most Canadians could name three to five political parties and the dedicated poligeeks could probably name more, but could you name all 15 registered political parties? More importantly, could you also name the has-beens? As we head into Election 43, headlines will focus on the main […]
Scheer’s appearance after over a week in hiding, carries on a long Conservative tradition of expressing shock and dismay when Liberals use their own words against them.
Trudeau Announces Advisory Committee Aimed at Promoting Skilled Trades; Kenney No Longer Sees Trades as Equal
“I know I used to talk about a “parity of esteem” between trades and professions, but if this drama teacher thinks trades are good, clearly they must be bad,” said the Premier