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J.J. McCullough, a political commentator and cartoonist from Vancouver.
His foes should take him on at the ballot box.
Trudeau's coalition of supporters is a powerful one, and even amid scandal it will not be easily torn apart.
The conclusion one is expected to draw from this scandal is that attorneys general should be afforded deference to make prosecutorial decisions with little oversight by the elected head of government.
It is considered bad form to point out that Quebec is home to a lot of corrupt businesses.
American entertainment has taken over Canada simply because it’s good, and Canadians like good things.
The Rebel is not being prosecuted for any crime against taste, decency or truth, but for expressing a political opinion.
If legal authority over most of British Columbia has never been granted to the government, then the use of land must be carried out by its true owners. But who speaks for them?
For a variety of reasons — professional, cultural and personal — the United States is an unavoidably attractive destination for Canadians.
The decision of Canada’s leadership to forge closer relations with China always required ample self-delusion.