Northern Reflections: Walking the Walk

Pierre Poilievre claims he’s a friend of the working man. But he doesn’t like workers when they’re on a picket line. Linda McQuaig writes: The Conservative leader fumes relentlessly about today’s “affordability” crisis, and he correctly points out that workers are struggling to pay for groceries, rent, mortgages, etc. Yet

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Northern Reflections: The Road To Hell

Canada and Canadians are deeply embarrassed. The applause a former Nazi received in the House of Commons has left us all red-faced. Michael Harris writes: Yesterday Justin Trudeau apologized for unwittingly honouring a former Nazi in Canada’s Parliament. He apologized to the Jewish community, the Ukrainians, the Roma and everyone

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Northern Reflections: Mike Roman

In Georgia, a guy named Mike Roman has been indicted in the case involving Donald Trump’s attempts to overturn the results of the election in that state. Michael Harris writes that Roman has been a Republican dirty trickster for decades: Roman’s backstory is a tangled tale, but one worth telling.

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Northern Reflections: Don’t Be Fooled

Global News reports that in 2018 Doug Ford instructed his Environment Minister, Rod Phillips, to make environmental legislation ineffective: When Ontario Premier Doug Ford first took office in 2018, his first environmental minister was given a simple yet central task: get climate legislation out of the way of business. The

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Northern Reflections: They’re Expendable

If there’s one thing modern conservatives have trouble with, it’s the truth. Max Fawcett writes: Sometimes, it pays to read past the headline. That’s certainly the case with a recent National Post story titled “Trudeau’s Law Society,” one that suggested “it’s no coincidence that more judges who donate to the

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