Peter C. Newman on the Liberals — now and then
Michael Den Tandt proposes a dozen policy directions for the Liberal party.
Make the first $25,000 of income for anyone earning their livelihood as artist, or a farmer, tax-free…
MONTEBELLO, Que. – The federal Liberals have set a $950,000 spending limit on a leadership race that formally gets underway in November and wraps up in Ottawa next April 14.…
MONTEBELLO, Que. – The federal Liberals wrap up three days of caucus meetings today by releasing the playbook that will help determine the shape and course of the party’s looming leadership race — the party’s third such race in six years.
The party has set an insanely lackadaisical schedule for choosing its next leader
The Liberal’s star attraction has the name and the buzz. But who is in his inner circle?
The Agenda convenes a panel to ponder the Liberal party’s future.…
Paul Wells on Bob Rae’s decision to forego the leadership race
If this guy’s name was Joe Smith, the notion that Liberals might turn to him would be a no-brainer
Only Justin Trudeau, who has seemed to rule out a run, rivals Rae for generating interest
“You trying to get me to spend money?” a senior official in the Liberal party said to me this afternoon.
“Your tweet. Cheeky.”
The fog cleared a bit. Ah.…
Does anybody recognize the “Canada of Stephen Harper” Trudeau ranted against so excitingly?
Peter C. Newman on how the convention revealed a party still searching for a way back from the brink
Grits fear Mulcair may dampen their momentum
Why Bob Rae’s indecision is obscuring the Liberals’ recent successes
“There’s a guy out there peddling a book talking about the death of the Liberal Party of Canada,” mused Michael Ignatieff yesterday. “What is he talking about?”
It was another…
EXCLUSIVE: “Everybody knows the future of the party is at stake”