canadian populism

Standing firm and staying true to self, this is how conservatives should fight.

Unlike what’s expected of most conservatives when hit with these sorts of allegations, Masse and Bernier did not back down, and instead castigated the B’nai Brith and the Conservative Party for their gutter tactics and apparent underhanded coordination.

Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson argues that Bernier giving her a platform to express controversial views makes him more 'democratic' than other leaders.

Bernier’s first official candidate, known for sex-ed activism, says People’s Party speaking to ‘silent majority’

It has a charismatic leader, a compelling origin story and a populist vision. But can the People's Party of Canada attract any actual people?

Inside Maxime Bernier’s quest to build a new political movement.

A broader narrative of defending the public interest (“the people”) from the combined assault of a thousand interest groups — of limited, rules-based government as the only kind that truly serves the many, rather than the few — may have legs.

There is room in Canadian politics for Maxime Bernier’s worthy experiment.

The underrepresented aren’t heard, until they vote with a bang.

The new populists are like the old populists: They act as divining rods and sometimes take power if established politicians ignore concerns on the ground.