The scale of Ottawa's defeat is a jarring and continuing indictment of the capacity of the Canadian state, and the state must reverse this situation…
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The WEF portrays itself as a highly influential elite organization. In reality, it's an overpriced sales conference.
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While French commandos in buses got their people out, we sent texts (in English) telling our friends to head to the airport on their own
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The abrupt end of an anchor’s career makes sense to HR experts and the executives hoping the audience will move on quickly, but it poisons the team.
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Houses exist to juice the economy and keep the elderly afloat on paper gains well into their retirement years.
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This crowd is mostly friendly. But anyone telling you there's no dark edge here is either blind, or lying to you.
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Crazy people don't think they're crazy. You can't see it when you're in it.
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Alberta's real advantage isn't its tax structure.
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Paul Wells speaks to Lt.-Col. Melanie Lake, who recently returned from training operations in Ukraine.
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It wasn't Jason Kenney's decision to re-open last summer that doomed his leadership: it was his arrogance.
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The protest in Ottawa disperses; what now for the Emergencies Act?
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Our problem has become America's problem, and America can't tolerate a neighbour that can't keep its problems on their side of the border.
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