Jagmeet Singh can turn things around if he brings back strategists who know strategy, runs in the Brampton byelection and starts crafting policies that are both progressive and popular.
The Trudeau Party is covertly grateful for Doug Ford: he is, and will be, useful in Liberal fundraising, recruitment and electioneering. And Trudeau’s disdain for Ford is deep, and longstanding.
Andrew Scheer needs to do what I have long suspected he's going to do anyway—embrace his inner nerd.
Never touch a woman in the workplace. Never comment on a woman’s appearance in the workplace. Never place a woman in the workplace in a position that could embarrass her, or make her feel uncomfortable.
And here's a helpful list from a war roomer for war roomers to clip and pin to the fridge door.
For those of us who had the privilege to work for him, Jean Chrétien lifted us up. He suffused politics with pure joy. And fun, and camaraderie, and achievement
If there was ever a more confusing and chaotic rollout of government policy, it is hard to think of what that might be. The GST? The NEP? The Bay of Pigs?
Stephen Harper is a traditional conservative, standing on a shrinking patch of political real estate, and he’s responding to the crisis like traditional conservatives too often do: by suggesting that the likes of Trump can somehow be accommodated.