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People’s Party Still Being Smeared as Hateful

I’m going to comment on a CBC opinion piece “Why the People’s Party of Canada election result shouldn’t be underestimated“, written by two academics, one the director of Landscapes of Injustice at the University of Victoria, the other the director … Continue reading

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Canadian NDP Leadership Candidates

As I did for the Conservatives, I’m going to do for the NDP. Not much information, as of yet: Issue Charlie Angus* Guy Caron* Peter Julian Trade Deals ? ? opposed the SPP Deregulation ? ? opposed deregulating air safety … Continue reading

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Who Won the Canadian Conservative Leadership Debate?

Update: Andrew Scheer: Canada‚Äôs New Conservative Leader Who won the first debate is a tough question to answer. I’ll give my thoughts one who said what, then try to give my impression of who won. Chris Alexander talked about increasing … Continue reading

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Issues Raised by the Conservative Candidates

I’d like to briefly discuss some of the issues raised by the candidates for leadership of the conservative party of Canada. Immigration I’m for immigration, but I believe we need people who are net positives for our country. This means … Continue reading

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