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Erin O’Toole

Erin O’Toole is going down swinging—at his own party

Politics Insider for Dec 7, 2021: Justin Trudeau’s uncertain future; Erin O’Toole’s hail mary; and the ambassador to China’s resignation
KABUL, Aug. 27, 2021 Photo taken on Aug. 27, 2021 shows the explosion site near the Kabul airport in Afghanistan. The death toll from the Kabul airport attacks on Thursday has reportedly risen to at least 103. (Credit Image: © Saifurahman Safi/Xinhua via ZUMA Press)

A dark day in Kabul, calls for a public health agency probe, and Sunny O’Toole

Politics Insider for Aug. 26: Canada’s leaves thousands behind in Afghanistan; the return of Ruth Ellen Brosseau; and could Singh back O’Toole?
A sign directing voters to a polling station is taped to the sidewalk among autumn leaves, on election day of the 2019 federal election, in Ottawa, Monday, Oct. 21, 2019. (Justin Tang/CP)

An Election 2021 chat with Shannon Proudfoot, Paul Wells, Justin Ling, Fatima Syed and Andrew MacDougall

Listen to Maclean’s politics experts talk all things #elxn44 during a lunchtime chat this Friday

Federal politics 2015: The year in 12 chapters

It was a year dominated by Trudeau, but darkened by identity politics and economic uncertainty
Parliament Hill and the Library of Canada in the fall in Ottawa, Ont. on Oct, 18, 2012. THE CANADIAN PRESS IMAGES/Lars Hagberg

What now, Ottawa? The Maclean’s Politics panel dissects the headlines

A video briefing from the Maclean’s Ottawa bureau
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Hug it out, federalists

Paul Wells explains why Stephen Harper called Thomas Mulcair
38-year-old homeless tour guide Karim stands at the Prague’s main railway station during his tour in Prague

Essential listening: Maclean’s on the Hill

Frank talk about the stories behind this week’s headlines
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This week in Brent Rathgeber

His bill dies, while he votes for and mocks the government
Canada’s Minister of State for Democratic Reform Poilievre speaks during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa

The cases for and against vouching

Pierre Poilievre and Harry Neufeld on the voting procedure