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Opinion | BY DOUGLAS JARVIS | September 8, 2021
Pierre Trudeau is pictured speaking at Scarborough Park in 1968. Following Pierre Trudeau’s charisma during 1968, statist progressivism has increasingly been viewed by the Canadian left as the default reality of being Canadian, and those classical liberal values of personal liberty were incrementally put to the side by the Canadian political establishment, writes Douglas Jarvis. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/Archives of Ontario
Opinion | BY DOUGLAS JARVIS | September 8, 2021
Opinion | BY DOUGLAS JARVIS | September 8, 2021
Pierre Trudeau is pictured speaking at Scarborough Park in 1968. Following Pierre Trudeau’s charisma during 1968, statist progressivism has increasingly been viewed by the Canadian left as the default reality of being Canadian, and those classical liberal values of personal liberty were incrementally put to the side by the Canadian political establishment, writes Douglas Jarvis. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/Archives of Ontario
Opinion | BY DOUGLAS JARVIS | May 29, 2018
Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath, left, could topple Kathleen Wynne, left, and the Liberals. But regardless of whether Horwath, or Ford, middle, wins, and by how much, the government will have to contend with identity politics, says columnist Dr. Douglas Jarvis. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY DOUGLAS JARVIS | May 29, 2018
Opinion | BY DOUGLAS JARVIS | May 29, 2018
Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath, left, could topple Kathleen Wynne, left, and the Liberals. But regardless of whether Horwath, or Ford, middle, wins, and by how much, the government will have to contend with identity politics, says columnist Dr. Douglas Jarvis. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia