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.

Ontario has dodged a bullet and the dirtiest election in ages is over.

TORONTO — With Progressive Conservatives handed a majority government on Thursday, Doug Ford took the stage in a Toronto ballroom and, thundering all the phrases that won him the premier’s office, heralded a new, Fordian era in Ontario: “The party with the taxpayers’ money is over,” he said. “It’s done.” Late Thursday night, the PCs […]

Thanks to the CBC’s Terry Milewski, we now know federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh doesn’t think it’s his job to denounce Canadian Sikhs.

Many Canadians willing to vote for Sikh PM, but don’t think peers will: Poll

Scheer says anti-Khadr campaign in U.S. media is fair game as NDP cry hypocrisy.

Tories, NDP want NAFTA priorities outlined by Liberals

Opposition parties say their ongoing filibuster a protest against Liberals’ ‘political thuggery’.

From polls to protests: the search for a Trump-like political movement in Canada.

10 MISTAKES IN MY KID’S GRADE 10 HISTORY TEXTBOOK — This is from “Canada: Our Century, Our Story” by John Fielding and Rosemary Evans, published by Nelson Thomson Learning.