Provinces must lead on economic as well as social policy
The Ontario government figures the Harper government’s crime bill will cost the province $1 billion.
Now that it has passed, the McGuinty government says it has determined that the changes
In an interview with the CBC—to be broadcast this evening—the Prime Minister rejects the idea of a health care innovation fund (as proposed by Brad Wall and endorsed by Dalton
Provincial governments helped create the problems Ottawa’s tough-on-crime approach will exacerbate
The PM came close to shutting down Insite, only to be reminded there are still some limits to his reach
COYNE: You’d think provinces would not have to be bribed to act in their own interest
“Mr. Duceppe clarified that he, too, would never be part of a formal coalition with the other parties, saying it would be “against nature” for the separatist party to be
In the process of reviewing Harperland, Allan Gregg considers Mr. Harper’s larger goal.
Upon assuming power—and without a moment’s hesitation—Harper abolished an already-negotiated national daycare program and the landmark First
Can the Réseau Liberté-Québec unite conservatives in the province and get past the sovereignty debate?
My story for print Maclean’s on Conservative fortunes in provincial politics is now on the web. As is often the case, I had help with the story from lots of
Maxime Bernier addresses the faithful in Quebec City
The Ontario Superior Court’s Charter finding against prostitution-related provisions of the Criminal Code has unexpectedly cast light on the new Alberta politics. The hard-charging Wildrose Alliance talks a good game
Is it possible the Bloc has become Canada’s de-facto Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs?
Paul Wells says social conservatism is on the rise; Andrew Coyne disagrees
Just what we need: a precise measure of regional resentment.
A newly devised “Canadian Grievance Index” — which quantifies the level of griping about the federal government by people across
The B.C. Court of Appeal’s ruling on Vancouver’s Insite shooting gallery for heroin addicts makes for interesting reading. We are all so busy arguing over the merits of harm reduction,
A lifelong Liberal, he only faced two opponents during more than 20 years as a popular town councillor