Stéphane Dion

Andrea Horwath

Is it too soon to play Ontario coalition game theory? It’s never too soon!

Paul Wells: Will there be a ’backroom deal’ between the Ontario Liberals and NDP? Why it’s so tempting—and misguided—to speculate.
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Inside Stephen Harper’s efforts to extend Canada’s Afghanistan mission

In his new book, Ian Brodie—Harper’s former chief of staff—gives a behind-the-scenes look at how the Tories outmaneuvered Stephane Dion on Afghanistan in 2008
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If only Stéphane Dion had saved Canada’s foreign policy

Paul Wells: A curious new book from Stéphane Dion’s former advisor offers—along with some real gossip—insight into Trudeau as a foreign-policy PM
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Are the Conservatives about to elect their own Stéphane Dion?

Stéphane Dion led the Liberals into almost a decade of darkness. The Tories may want to take heed, ahead of what may be Maxime Bernier’s coronation
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Canada finally takes a stand against Iran

Why it’s a good thing Dion-era capitulation to the Iranian terror state has dropped out of Ottawa’s foreign-policy priorities
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A cabinet shuffle’s winners and losers: Ottawa Power Rankings

Our weekly round-up of whose political fortunes are rising and falling on Parliament Hill
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What you need to know about Trudeau’s cabinet shuffle

As Chrystia Freeland rises, Maryam Monsef falls. And as two Liberal vets move on, two ministers to watch move in
Robert Hall is photographed in Edmonton on May 14, 2009 (Klyment Tan)

Sister of Robert Hall: Trudeau failed Canadian hostages

Bonice Thomas, a sibling of Robert Hall—beheaded in the Philippines—is demanding an inquiry into the government’s efforts to free Hall and John Ridsdel
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If Canada is really back, it needs some backbone

Why won’t leaders in Ottawa speak out on Donald Trump?
Displaced people from the minority Yazidi sect, fleeing violence from forces loyal to the Islamic State in Sinjar town  walk towards the Syrian

Why using the word genocide matters

Terry Glavin on Ottawa’s sad dance around ISIS’s genocidal acts, and the House’s disappointing debate