It's about the kind of world we are creating for today’s children and their future world.
John Turner is still passionate about democracy and the central role of politics and public life.
The route to better policy is through public engagement. But this seems to be the last thing the Trudeau government wants.
Canadians will need to decide who would be best at building a successful economy—and society—for the future. Much is at stake.
The party leader’s recent speeches display no real understanding of the world ahead and suggest no solutions to our biggest problems.
If Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer wins, the outlook could be even worse given his embrace of the Trump administration’s economic war with China, as set out in his recent foreign policy speech.
After years of major layoffs, lost customers, and big financial losses, as well as ditching the smart phone business which had once been its huge success, BlackBerry is now a highly competitive software company.
The bottom line: 57 per cent of Canadians feel government should do more to ensure their economic and social security. This is not a call for small government or for making tax cuts a priority.