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ANDREW COYNE: The Conservatives should perform a clean, quick coup to replace Scheer. Here's how
Here is what the next six months might look like for the Conservatives. Their leader, Andrew Scheer, having stumbled through an election campaign he might have won with a platform that was sure to lose, ignores widespread calls to quit in favour of ...
SCOTT TAYLOR: Jimmy Kimmel mashup contrasts Obama, Trump styles
There is a very funny video circulating throughout the world on social media, in which U.S. President Barack Obama’s composure is contrasted with Donald Trump’s bombast. The clip originally aired on the late night show Jimmy Kimmel Live ...
ANDREW COYNE: Not all of Alberta's outrages can be fitted in the same mould
The point sometimes arrives in politics when a complex of different issues coalesce into one; when people stop listening to the arguments in favour of or against each, and instead allow their emotions to dictate a single response to the lot. We are ...
John Ivison: Do we really need this travelling circus? There must be a smarter way to elect a PM
There was a moment of clarity before the delirium really kicked in – a realization that there must be a smarter and more environmentally-friendly way to elect a prime minister than criss-crossing the second biggest country in the world multiple ...
ANDREW COYNE: No point in Tories changing their leader if they don't change their message
Should Andrew Scheer step down as Conservative leader? Probably, but it’s beside the point. Scheer is more a symptom of the Conservatives’ malaise than a cause. The party was unable to attract the support of more than 35 per cent of ...
John Ivison: What can Andrew Scheer learn from Stephen Harper?
Andrew Scheer has made it clear he knows what is going on. He is going on. There were no hints in his post-election concession speech, or at any time since, that he is thinking about stepping down as Conservative leader. On the contrary, he ...
GWYNNE DYER: Pro-independence movement still alive in Catalonia
The demonstrations, some of them violent, were still going on in Catalonia a week after Spain’s Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders to between nine and 13 years in prison for sedition recently. This was the last thing Spain’s ...
ANDREW COYNE: Sorry Albertchewan, cabinet ministers are supposed to be elected, not selected
How do you solve a problem like Alberta? In the bitter aftermath of an election in which the Liberals failed to win a single seat between Winnipeg and Vancouver, the country is divided over why the country is divided. Albertans, and to a ...
SHACHI KURL: It wasn't religion that sank Andrew Scheer in this election
One of the hardest things to do is stick your neck out in pursuit of public service and high office, thereby opening up your views, life, decisions, mistakes and vulnerabilities to public scrutiny. By contrast, one of the easiest things to do is pick ...
ANDREW COYNE: Our winner-take-all system turns too many voters into losers and leaders into gamblers
You’d have thought he’d just won another majority. There was Justin Trudeau on election night, boasting of the “clear mandate” he had just been given. No mention that his party had been reduced to a minority, or that it had ...