Anyone who says the Liberal government hasn’t accomplished anything in 12 months is wrong, says Evan Solomon, but Justin Trudeau’s looming challenges are enormous.
In Canada, we’re tinkering with the heart of democracy—as Donald Trump stokes fears of the false majority
October 19th, 2016 4 comments
The Conservatives—still preaching from Stephen Harper’s Old Carbon Testament—are running out of arguments
October 12th, 2016 3 comments
Will the current tension between Ottawa and some provinces over a price on carbon explode into a wider rift? Evan Solomon speaks with Abacus Data chairman Bruce Anderson about the way ahead.
As the federal Liberals approve a liquid natural gas project in B.C. and get serious about establishing a national carbon price, Evan Solomon on the political and economic questions that remain.
Evan Solomon talks to Abacus Data pollster David Coletto about how many Canadians are open to paying a new a carbon tax.
With his dog-whistle Skittles ad, Donald Trump is hoping the U.S. electorate can’t taste the rainbow for the trees
September 21st, 2016 5 comments
Evan Solomon previews Parliament’s first week back since a summer break, when two opposition parties try to find their feet—and the government faces down a packed agenda.
Evan Solomon and Tim Powers talk about the simmering Conservative leadership race—and the even quieter contest to lead the NDP.
Evan Solomon and John Geddes debate Kellie Leitch’s “anti-Canadian values” gambit, the Liberals’ interest in peace operations, and the value of an attractive politician.