On a very Trudeau kind of scandal, a very NYT kind of screwup, a very weird Globe essay, and a passive-aggressive demand for money.
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The Liberals could have opted for some common sense safeguards. They didn't.
Should municipalities fund newsrooms? Why aren't the Globe and Times failing? and why are news websites so damn awful?
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The Fair Deal initiatives will give Albertans a real sense of independence. An equalization referendum is useless.
David McConkey replies to Jen Gerson, and reminds everyone that the key to a good life isn't believing, but belonging.
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Good news for the PM (and Canadians), bad news for some dudes in Syria, and bitter realities for Albertans.
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The PM won't lose votes for skipping the genocide vote. But he may lose some sleep.
Matt Gurney
The PM's response to the Uyghur genocide motion stands out simply because it put all his hypocrisy on display at once.
Kaveh Shahrooz
One overarching truth about governments of all political stripes is that they rarely feel obliged to tell you the whole truth.
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The Line explains why every journalist is getting laid off, and why it's not because they cut your favourite theatre critic or pay a columnist too much.
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On abandoned dogs, dying industries, confusing Twitter fights, and bilingualism. Sur les chiens abandonnés, les industries mourantes, les combats dérou…
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Arguing about the meaning of the word always missed the point.
Jen Gerson