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No pressure, Justin. At least JJ Abrams knows how you feel.
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Ponder your loss. Search your souls. Perhaps even hear an adversary's view?
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New foreign affairs minister, a long-time vote reform advocate, dishes on fixing our system.
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'Stampede' voting, not strategic voting, ran them over this election.
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By Jeremy J. Nuttall, 2 Nov 2015
He schooled PM Justin on his family's forgotten pop history, inspiring a record rebirth.
How else to purge years of toxic policymaking? Here's the first draft, amendments welcome!
By Cam Sylvester, 29 Oct 2015
As an educator-in-training, the Liberal leader was steeped in tradition of democratic teaching.
By Katie Hyslop, 29 Oct 2015
Memo to pundits: if you can't fathom defeat over policies, seek help!
By Crawford Kilian, 27 Oct 2015
With a campaign strategy that failed to inspire, it squandered the chance of a generation.
By Bill Tieleman, 27 Oct 2015
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By Michael Geist, 27 Oct 2015
Spin doctor Steve isn't unemployed, he's only resting for the next Machiavellian wedge campaign.
By Steve Burgess, 26 Oct 2015
Chiefs say election woke a 'sleeping giant,' as some communities see 270 per cent spike.
By Chinta Puxley, 26 Oct 2015
Surveying hazards and opportunities across our upended political landscape.
By Crawford Kilian, 26 Oct 2015
Re-elected Tory MP: 'We need to present a positive option.'
By Jeremy J. Nuttall, 26 Oct 2015
Starved of statesmanship, Canada chose change. What an opportunity.
By Ian Gill, 24 Oct 2015
Canada's young prince promises 'real change.' I can't help but be wary.
By Mitchell Anderson, 23 Oct 2015
Toronto ex-councillor talks about big reforms in the works, from CMHC to social housing.
By David P. Ball, 23 Oct 2015
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In order to override cognitive reactions to visible poverty, you’ve got to admit your biases.
By Hanna Brooks Olsen
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