Warren Kinsella: No apologies

Justin Trudeau likes apologies. He does. According to the BBC, the Liberal leader has issued quite a few formal apologies since he became Prime Minister in 2015. The first one happened a few months after his big election win. Trudeau apologized to the grandchildren and the great-grandchildren – and the

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Alberta Politics: Postmedia bid for role in UCP ‘war room’ illustrates the folly of Trudeau’s lifeline for failing newspapers

Connect the dots, Mr. Prime Minister! That newspaper industry bailout package you’re foolishly planning in the name of preserving democracy is principally designed to keep a corporation afloat that will do anything, no matter how unethical, to destroy your government. If you want proof, look no further than Postmedia’s astonishing

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Warren Kinsella: Mr. Apology won’t apologize

From next week’s Hill Times column: Justin Trudeau’s father, Pierre, regularly refused to make apologies when he was Prime Minister. In 1984, when pressed by Brian Mulroney to apologize to Japanese-Canadians who had been interned during World War Two, Pierre Trudeau refused. “I do not think the purpose of a

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Warren Kinsella: The “feminist”

Ah, The Feminist. There he was again, last week, sleeves rolled up, tie loosened. All moist-eyed sincerity, all sotto voce. The Feminist had just athletically jogged down a flight of stairs, and paused to take media questions, en deux langues, The questions were about the total and complete collapse of

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