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Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | November 19, 2020
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Ontario Premier Doug Ford, and Quebec Premier François Legault. Provincial premiers are getting whipsawed, forced to choose between lockdowns and opening up to keep the economy going. The previous unified federal-provincial approach appears to be cracking. And Canadians are worried, very afraid, writes Ian Waddell. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | November 19, 2020
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | November 19, 2020
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Ontario Premier Doug Ford, and Quebec Premier François Legault. Provincial premiers are getting whipsawed, forced to choose between lockdowns and opening up to keep the economy going. The previous unified federal-provincial approach appears to be cracking. And Canadians are worried, very afraid, writes Ian Waddell. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | May 28, 2020
Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | May 28, 2020
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | May 28, 2020
Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | January 16, 2020
For Australians, climate change has gone from the theoretical to the tangible, writes former NDP MP Ian Waddell, pictured. Photograph courtesy of Ian Waddell
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | January 16, 2020
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | January 16, 2020
For Australians, climate change has gone from the theoretical to the tangible, writes former NDP MP Ian Waddell, pictured. Photograph courtesy of Ian Waddell
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | June 1, 2018
Dylan Playfair, featured in the documentary film The Drop, went to Parliament Hill ahead of the 2015 election to speak with party leaders about connecting with youth voters. Photo courtesy of Ian Waddell
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | June 1, 2018
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | June 1, 2018
Dylan Playfair, featured in the documentary film The Drop, went to Parliament Hill ahead of the 2015 election to speak with party leaders about connecting with youth voters. Photo courtesy of Ian Waddell
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | February 19, 2018
Former MP Ian Waddell says for the future of the porcupine caribou, the Trudeau government must 'reinvigorate the treaty provisions' on habitat protection with the U.S. Photograph courtesy of Wikipedia Commons
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | February 19, 2018
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | February 19, 2018
Former MP Ian Waddell says for the future of the porcupine caribou, the Trudeau government must 'reinvigorate the treaty provisions' on habitat protection with the U.S. Photograph courtesy of Wikipedia Commons
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | July 10, 2017
The Drop: Why Young People Don't Vote, the one-hour TVO and CPAC 2015 documentary, follows actor and filmmaker Dylan Playfair across North America who is trying to find out why millennials don't vote. Screen capture from The Drop: Why Young People Don't Vote
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | July 10, 2017
Opinion | BY IAN WADDELL | July 10, 2017
The Drop: Why Young People Don't Vote, the one-hour TVO and CPAC 2015 documentary, follows actor and filmmaker Dylan Playfair across North America who is trying to find out why millennials don't vote. Screen capture from The Drop: Why Young People Don't Vote
FeatureBY IAN WADDELL | June 20, 2016
Every Wednesday at noon in the summer months, hundreds gather on Parliament Hill for yoga. Back in Ian Waddell's days on the Hill, his staff advised against doing a headstand on the Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY IAN WADDELL | June 20, 2016
FeatureBY IAN WADDELL | June 20, 2016
Every Wednesday at noon in the summer months, hundreds gather on Parliament Hill for yoga. Back in Ian Waddell's days on the Hill, his staff advised against doing a headstand on the Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade