Monthly Archives: April 2022

Democracy Watch Wishes That It Could Quit the Fixed-Date Election Law

  Introduction  Democracy Watch touts itself as “the most effective and successful national citizen advocacy group in Canada at winning systemic changes to key laws since […] 1993.”[1] But it has certainly not met with success in its quixotic crusade … Continue reading

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What Conservative MPs Said About Inflation and the Liberal-New Democratic Entente

“We can’t see it. But we’re all trapped inside these strange, repeating loops.” – The Matrix Resurrections   I recently stumbled upon what some backbench Conservative MPs said on inflation and the Liberal-New Democratic Entente. They denounced the Trudeau government … Continue reading

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