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Ivison: Who's to blame for Canada’s poor COVID response — politicians or bureaucrats?
Join columnist John Ivison and guests Marcella Munro and Andrew Balfour to laugh about the week’s political follies over a cup of cheer. This week John, Marcella and Andrew discuss whether Jagmeet Singh can avoid Erin O’Toole’s fate at ...
John Ivison: Canadian governments' disorganized response to COVID should surprise no one
The incoherence of the federal and provincial responses to COVID justifies the public inquiry being called for by Conservative leader Erin O’Toole. But Canadians should not be surprised at such disorganization, according to a senior public ...
John Ivison: Forget the Cold War, this cyber conflict is hot
Two days before Superbowl LV in Tampa in early February, someone hacked into a water treatment plant in nearby Pinellas County and tried to poison Florida’s water supply. The unknown attacker used a password to break into the remote access software ...
Kelly McParland: Just who exactly is in charge of Ontario when it comes to COVID-19?
If you’re a Toronto parent with a kid in school and you’re wondering if it’s time to panic at the conflicting messages, divided powers, daily reversals and constant uncertainty about COVID and its impact on your child, Toronto Public Health ...
SCOTT TAYLOR: Amazing Snowbirds shows paint misleading picture of air force
In the past week the RCAF’S famed Snowbirds air demonstration squadron has found itself in the media spotlight on two separate occasions. The first instance was the release of the final report on the tragic crash that occurred shortly after a ...
John Ivison: Preposterous NDP policy resolutions suggest the inmates are taking over
The NDP policy convention, taking place online this week, rarely disappoints. In advance of the event, the party has released a raft of reckless resolutions submitted by riding associations across the country. In ...
Ivison: Canada’s irrational pandemic housing boom — good sign or bad sign?
Join columnist John Ivison and guests Marcella Munro and Andrew Balfour to dissect the week’s political follies over a cup of cheer. This week John, Andrew and Marcella have nothing to offer but their confusion when it comes to ...
Kelly McParland: If Biden can raise taxes, how long before Canada follows suit?
In Washington there’s a great deal of talk about tax increases. President Joe Biden has already spent a good deal of money on a stimulus package, and plans to spend a great deal more in a second bill if he can get it through Congress. In Canada, ...
John Ivison: Liberals sitting pretty as Canadians' wealth rises, but budget spending needs to be reined in
The Trudeau government’s brazen dismissal of the will of the House of Commons, when it comes to sending political aides to testify before parliamentary committees, is deepening divisions between partisans. “Why would anyone vote for the ...
John Ivison: The Liberals' contemptible snubbing of parliamentary procedure
If the Liberals are trying to bait the opposition parties into finding the government in contempt of Parliament and thereby sparking an election, they are doing a fine job. It would be hard to conceive a more convincing display of disrespect ...