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Trudeau, the new Harper? Hardly
The word is out and it's not good for the prime minister, or – as he's been called a lot recently – Harper 2.0.
We mustn’t let the stories of missing and murdered aboriginal women go forgotten
By Chelsea Craig. Featured image via Adrian Wyld, CP. This time last week the federal government was announcing the official launch for the long anticipated inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women. The launch took place at the Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec, with three ministers at hand, who shared their thoughts and their hopes … Continue reading We mustn’t let the stories of missing and murdered aboriginal women go forgotten
How would a “carbon neutral” federal government work, anyhow?
By Richard Forbes. Featured Image via Adrian Wyld, CP. Environment Minister Catherine McKenna dropped a large trial balloon last month when she said she hoped to see the federal government become 'carbon neutral' in the future. It appears her low key musings though may have been missed during all the fun of the Three Amigos summit. … Continue reading How would a “carbon neutral” federal government work, anyhow?
Superforecasting: How I called the 2015 Election wrong
By Richard Forbes. Featured Image by Mark Blinch. Nik Nanos humbly bit into a hat-shaped chocolate cake this week on CTV's Power Play. The host, the colorful Don Martin, belly laughed through the segment. Nanos, one of the country's most respected and trusted pollsters, had made a wrong prediction earlier this year when he had said … Continue reading Superforecasting: How I called the 2015 Election wrong