The contest is already shaping up as the ugliest, most surreal, and out-of-bounds campaign in modern times.
Whether he faces off against Bernie Sanders, left, or Joe Biden, right, U.S. President Donald Trump will unleash plenty of ugliness against his Democratic rival, writes Les Whittington. Flickr photographs by Gage Skidmore and White House photograph courtesy of Joyce N. Boghosian
OTTAWA—You can hear the chants of “Lock him up” already.
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'I think the issue with racialized people not returning to work is more about whether or not they’re going to be hired,' says Arjumand Siddiqi, who holds the Canada Research chair in population health equity.
'If the 10 MPs are articulating the position for Nova Scotia, I would like to think the government would consider that as a strong indicator of what's happening on the ground,' says Liberal MP Darrell Samson says.
House leaders continue to hold talks over the summer, but whether an agreement can be struck to get Conservatives on side with a recent call to allow remote voting in ‘exceptional circumstances’ remains to be seen.
Though late and largely unconvincing, the PM's testimony helps ensure the government’s points, rather than mere speculation, are litigated in the public square instead, says Garry Keller of StrategyCorp.