Northern Reflections: The Boy’s Cheese

Things are pretty tough these days in Alberta. Dave Climenhaga writes: Brace yourselves, Alberta, for a hard circuit-breaker lockdown to rein in the province’s surging, out-of-control COVID-19 infection rate. We can be reasonably certain this is coming soon, because Premier Jason Kenney informed us Sunday that there’s no way it’s

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Northern Reflections: He Won!

  Newsflash! The Cyber Ningas — you remember, those bozos from Florida who conducted an audit in Arizona to discover who won the American presidential election in Maricopa County — have completed their work. And — wait for it — they have concluded that Joe Biden won the election. Phil

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Northern Reflections: New Lies

The Republicans are trading in new lies. Dana Milbank writes: On Tuesday morning, one of the most senior and important Republican senators used one of the most prominent settings in official Washington to level one of the most serious allegations possible against the commander in chief. And his charge was

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Northern Reflections: More Or Less?

This election, Susan Delacourt writes, is all about change: How much do you want? More or less? It’s one of the most fundamental questions in any election campaign, but the pandemic has made it incredibly complicated in 2021 — especially for Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole.

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