Every December, I trek to Montreal to meet up with members of my 1970 Dawson College Blues football team to share a meal and memories.
For a political nerd like me, the impending decade-long closure of Centre Block brings back a lot of memories.
Ignoring the brokerage formula is a risk, even in our atomized, Trumpian, internet-dominated political landscape.
These latest cuts show Franco-Ontarians’ decades-long battle for rights continues.
We hurt ourselves when we repeat the same old sexist shibboleths about not finding qualified women, fail to recognize pay equity, or suggest women in public life should be docile.
They need to close the book on the Churchill Falls saga, then sit down and carve out a new hydro deal that is in both their interests.
Ahead of the finance minister’s Nov. 21 economic update, he ought to take a lesson from Jean Chrétien’s fiscal restraint.
When you win, you immediately have at least a few dozen new best friends; when you lose, you go home alone.