Politics can be a four-letter word, last week’s was ugly
By Sheila CoppsApr. 23, 2018
Political disputes between Alberta and British Columbia and the opening salvos of the Ontario election left most spectators wondering how low politics could go.
British Columbia Premier John Horgan didn’t even give his Alberta counterpart a head's up when he yanked the rug out from under the Trans Mountain Pipeline, effectively dooming thousands of jobs and potential future investments in oil exploration in Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—Politics can be a four-letter word. Last week that word was ugly.
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