Accidental Deliberations: #Elxn44 Roundup

Noteworthy news and opinions from Canada’s federal election campaign. – Kiavash Najafi discusses how the Libs are struggling for lack of any reasonable explanation as to why they’ve precipitated an unnecessary election in the first place. And Jen Gerson wonders whether anybody in the Lib camp thought to question whether

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Accidental Deliberations: #Elxn44 Roundup

News, notes and commentary from Canada’s federal election. – Heather Scoffield comments that there’s reason for hope in this election based on the options available to voters. Jaime Watt concludes that Jagmeet Singh is ideally positioned to provide aspirational leadership in an election where voters are more interested in future plans than a referendum

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Accidental Deliberations: Wednesday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material for your mid-week reading. – Devon McKendrick reports on Manitoba’s announcement of a digital vaccine passport as a means of both incentivizing people to get vaccinations, and ensuring that additional activity avoids unacceptable risks to the public. And Andre Picard writes about the merits of vaccination-based lotteries to

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Accidental Deliberations: Thursday Morning Links

This and that for your Thursday reading. – Robyn Urback criticizes the Ford PCs’ habit (matched by other conservative governments) of responding to COVID-19 with continued cycles of procrastination followed by panic. And Rachel McLay highlights how political will has been the key factor in Atlantic Canada’s success in suppressing

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Accidental Deliberations: Sunday Morning Links

This and that for your Sunday reading. – Rebecca Solnit discusses the importance of accurately describing Donald Trump’s attempted coup, rather than euphemizing a violent attack against democracy. Enzo DiMatteo highlights the similarities between Trump’s playbook and that of the federal Cons. Murray Mandryk writes that the U.S.’ experience with

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