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@Kady: Women’s marches reveal tightrope Trudeau walks in Trump era

@Kady: Women’s marches reveal tightrope Trudeau walks in Trump era

Hours after tens of thousands of Canadians hit the streets in a show of solidarity with women’s marches worldwide, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted his congratulations “to the men and women across Canada who came out yesterday to support women’s rights.” “You keep your government inspired,” he added. His newly installed status of women...
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Kady: Why not let the electoral reform committee help draft a bill on electoral reform?

Kady: Why not let the electoral reform committee help draft a bill on electoral reform?

First off, it should be noted that, at least at press time, there is scant evidence to back up this particular political conspiracy theory. But if — hypothetically speaking — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had, in fact, been hoping to quietly deep-six his pledge to revamp Canada’s electoral system before voters next head to...
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Who knew Neil Young had a position on electoral reform? (He’s pro-PR if anyone wondered.)

Who knew Neil Young had a position on electoral reform? (He’s pro-PR if anyone wondered.)

Let’s be honest: There’s really not much in the way of new or noteworthy information in the latest bulletin from the electoral reform activists who make up the Every Voter Counts Alliance. That’s not meant to be a slight, to be clear, or even a particularly pointed critique – it could even be viewed...
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@Kady: Okay, Trudeau, why does ‘sorry’ suddenly seem to be the hardest word?

@Kady: Okay, Trudeau, why does ‘sorry’ suddenly seem to be the hardest word?

Justin Trudeau should have known.  Even before news broke – courtesy of the National Post’s indefatigable David Akin – that the federal ethics watchdog would be launching a formal investigation into the prime minister’s now infamous jaunt to the Aga Khan’s exclusive Bahamian hideaway, it should have been obvious to even the most Pollyanna-ish member...
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@Kady: If the fix was in on electoral reform, Monsef would still have her job

@Kady: If the fix was in on electoral reform, Monsef would still have her job

Tuesday’s federal cabinet shuffle marked the end of an era, and quite possibly, a once-promising political career as Maryam Monsef was relieved of her duties as the prime minister’s point-woman on electoral reform. Tapped to take her place as the minister for democratic institutions is another first-time female MP from Southern Ontario: Karina Gould, who,...
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