How that second chance is handled will go a long way towards revealing who Justin Trudeau really is—the guy we all hoped he was in 2015, or the one who let a lot of people down in the four years that followed.
If you want someone who says he can both cut taxes and increase spending, then Justin Trudeau is your man, writes Michael Harris.
Whatever dirt he has on Justin Trudeau, the CPC leader can thank his lucky stars that the current dog-and-pony show hasn’t become the Integrity Election.
Drive-by smears disguised as news, and substance evasion by most candidates, but the PM in particular, suggest that the decisive feature of this election may be low voter turnout.
Today's politics is all about swift-boating—the PR pistol-whipping of your political opponent.
If anyone wants a reason to kick Justin Trudeau out of office, they don’t need dog-eared photos from an old yearbook. Just read the ethics commissioner’s report and read it as if the country’s future depended upon it.
With the PM showing the substance-averse reflex of a guy who wants to campaign on a shoe shine and a smile, Canadians might be about to see the second peek-a-boo election featuring a Trudeau.
Politics is chess, not checkers. If the public is to be well-served, it will have to better informed. A good place to start would be to modernize the way the networks conduct public debates during an election.