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February 07, 2018

Caroline Mulroney on why she’s running and what’s wrong in Ontario

Maclean's

It’s been a tumultuous few weeks in Ontario politics. The fall of Progressive Conservative Party leader Patrick Brown—who was forced to resign amid allegations of sexual misconduct—has prompted a lightening-fast leadership race to be held before the June 7 provincial election. So far, three candidates have stepped forward to replace Brown; Christine Elliott, Doug Ford and political newcomer Caroline Mulroney, daughter of former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney.

February 07, 2018

Weaponizing wine: Notley's engineering a federal crisis in her battle with B.C.

CBC Calgary: Opinion

You have one big job, federal government. One.

 

It's not to make Canada shiny in the eyes of foreign press. It's not to put a bumper sticker on the side reading "Canada is Back," whatever that means. It's not to push progressive bromides into international trade agreements. It's not even to legalize pot (although that is great, thanks.)

February 02, 2018

The Walrus

How can everybody know, yet no one act? Last week, as then Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown tearfully denied long-rumoured allegations of sexual misconduct, the country’s conservatives let out a soft, collective sigh. There is a refrain repeated since the Harvey Weinstein scandal split open, revealing a culture of harassment and abuse in the workplace, exposing the wound that has festered for generations: everybody knew.

January 29, 2018

Maclean's

Amid backroom turmoil and sexual misconduct allegations in Ontario’s official opposition, here’s the case for a female Ontario PC leader

January 01, 2018

National Post

By universal consensus, this past year has been deemed one of the more terrible in living memory. Beset by mass shootings, historic hurricanes, refugee crises, genocides and American politics, it’s difficult to remember a year more generally loathed.

July 31, 2017

Americans, take it easy. Justin Trudeau is not the liberal hero you think he is.

Washington Post

One has brown hair, the other a thinning combover. One is effortlessly bilingual, the other horrifies editors of the Oxford English Dictionary. One openly calls himself a feminist, the other boasts about grabbing female genitals.

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