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J.J. McCullough, a political commentator and cartoonist from Vancouver.
Legalization has left Canadians with little certainty about what is actually going to be different in the coming months.
Given the anger and sourness that characterized every step toward the USMCA deal, its most lasting legacy may be a moratorium on any further attempts to readjust the Canada-U.S. relations for at least a decade.
Why does Canada need to be spending $50 million a year 'upholding protocol'?
Premier Ford’s decision to evoke Section 33 of the constitution was inevitable.
The two most similar countries on Earth will continue to treat each other with skepticism and distrust.
The ruling on Canada's controversial pipeline shines a light on the expanding powers of indigenous groups.
The extraordinarily hierarchical nature of Canadian political parties does not appear to be doing Canada many favors.
Once best known as an eccentric libertarian, Bernier has reinvented himself as Canada’s leading critic of what he calls the “extreme multiculturalism and cult of diversity.”
Andrew Scheer has 14 months to make the case that he would not merely make a decent prime minister, but a better one than Justin Trudeau.