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Is there anything more traditionally Canadian than an old fashioned squabble between federal and provincial governments over healthcare transfers? Ever since Ottawa passed the Medical Care Act in 1966, heralding the start of modern Canadian Medicare, Premiers and Prime Ministers... Read More
Ever since I first began as a political staffer, quite a few years ago now, I have made a point of watching and listening to the oral question and answer period in the National Assembly. It’s an old habit of... Read More
Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa delivered the province’s 2016 “Ontario Economic Outlook and Fiscal Review,” more commonly referred to as the fall economic update, the afternoon of November 14, 2016. While reaffirming that the provincial government is projected to balance... Read More
Political analysts, media outlets and in particular pollsters have a lot to account for following the election predictions. Many miscalculated Donald Trump’s unprecedented victory. The results demonstrate Trump connected with voters, reflected a large portion of disenfranchised voters discontent with government and a desire for change in Washington. Read More
Over the course of this year, we’ve seen some truly stunning political developments in the world, and many of us have struggled to understand the choices people have made. Who could bring themselves to believe that what either Donald Trump or Bernie Sanders has promised could ever actually come to be? Read More
It was no big surprise today that the Trudeau government’s second Fall Economic Update doubled down on their bet that every day Canadians care less about the debt-to-GDP ratio and more about the stability of their own job and the money in their pockets. Read More
In the early morning of October 20, 2015, many people were astonished by the success of Justin Trudeau’s campaign in Québec. Would it not be interesting if you could replicate such a victory within your organisation? Read More