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Humbled Liberals Could Lead on Policy

The final week of the 41st general election found me in Toronto, volunteering on the re-election campaign of my former employer, the Honourable Ken Dryden, in his York Centre constituency. Like so many intelligent, honest, and hardworking Liberal MPs, Ken [...]

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Mikhail Bakhtin and the Importance of Dialogue

Well, it looks like we could be gearing up for a federal election in May. Yesterday, the Conservative Government handed down it's 2011 federal budget. The Liberal Party

PM attends the Conservative Party of Canada cocktail reception in Montreal

Canada’s Out, Harper’s In

The Toronto Star reported today that the federal Tories have officially rebranded "The Government of Canada" as the "Harper Government." While the shift is not universal, with the Vancouver

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Best Senate Ever

Jack Layton is weighing in on Senate reform (again) today. What he's doing, as election speculation turns to certainty, is reminding Canadians that Stephen Harper and

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Public Broadcasting and the Power of Definition: How Canada Can Learn From Egypt

On Friday, February 10, 2011, the world’s eyes were fixed firmly on Egypt. A news bulletin early in the day had announced that Hosni Mubarak would

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