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Stories by Evan Sotiropoulos

Public Servant’s Guide to Government in Canada a good resource, but I wanted more

Opinion|By Evan Sotiropoulos
Alex Marland and Jared J. Wesley, co-authors of The Public Servant's Guide to Government in Canada, offer insightful commentary.
Opinion|By Evan Sotiropoulos
The next time a candidate is in the news for something inappropriate they did and said in the past, keep it in political context and ask yourself if the candidate actually represents the positions of their party.
Opinion|By Evan Sotiropoulos
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in a league of his own when it comes to the number of Twitter followers. His 4.4 million followers is 31 per cent higher than the 3.3 million that MPs collectively have.
Opinion|By Evan Sotiropoulos
Economic indicators suggest that Canada's performance among G7 nations is middling, says columnist Evan Sotiropoulos.
Opinion|By Evan Sotiropoulos
The Canadian federal government has given $235-million over five years to the Aga Khan Foundation. Let's put the money received in the last fiscal year in perspective.
Opinion|By Evan Sotiropoulos
Why the federal government has not named new, permanent officers of Parliament, remains a mystery. One thing that is known, though, is that the next two years will bring new faces to critically important positions, many of them requiring careful navigation and prudence by the prime minister.
Opinion|By Evan Sotiropoulos
Jimmy Carter’s speech, as Delacourt points out, was 'prescient' in predicting the rise of Donald Trump. While his warnings about public confidence in government were not heeded, let us not ignore his references to faith, because it is faith that ultimately underpins and influences our thoughts and actions, whether we have it or not.
Opinion|By Evan Sotiropoulos
Politics is no playground, to be sure. Party leadership races in the 1980s between Brian Mulroney and Joe Clark, John Turner and Jean Chrétien, were hotly contested races. But there was more cross-party cooperation then, and less of the relentless partisanship—and mistrust—that typifies politics today.
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Opinion|By Evan Sotiropoulos
Can the same divisive rhetoric Trump employed resonate with more than a sliver of Canadian voters? Far-fetched, at best.

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