Each week, the Maclean’s Ottawa bureau sits down with Cormac MacSweeney to discuss the headlines of the week. This week, Liberal MP Chrystia Freeland comments on the latest Conservative attack ad—and whether or not it breaks the government’s own anti-terror law. Former chief electoral officer Jean Pierre Kingsley muses about Canada’s third-party advertising in the leadup to the next federal vote. Ottawa MP Paul Dewar chats about the controversy surrounding the proposed memorial to victims of communism. And the Maclean’s politics panel talks about former MP Dean Del Mastro’s sentencing.
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Where does Canada stand?
Weinman on third-party ads
Wells with James Rajotte
The long and short of anti-terror
Like your dad? Vote Harper!
The Liberal’s quest for Quebec
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