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Justin Trudeau Facing Outcry Over Sarcastic Response to Grassy Narrows Protesters

It’s the latest in a string of controversies faced by Trudeau.
Rachel Browne
3.28.19
politics

Former Liberal candidate who pointed out Jagmeet Singh’s ethnicity says she is not racist

The Liberal party has rejected Karen Wang's plea for a second chance.
Tamara Khandaker
1.18.19
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Liberal MP Francis Drouin is the latest politician to face sexual assault allegations

An incident allegedly happened during the Liberal Party convention in Halifax.
Hilary Beaumont
4.23.18
politics

The Liberals Need to End the Suffering of Bill Morneau

For the good of the Liberal party, I mean. If he stays it actually works out pretty good for those of us who earn a living trash-talking the government.
Drew Brown
11.30.17
politics

Paradise Papers Are Another Hit to Justin Trudeau’s ‘Middle Class’ Agenda

Democracy is used by the rich to play a shell game in a two-tiered legal system.
Drew Brown
11.6.17
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Liberals' Inaction On Sex Work Laws Is Putting Sex Workers in Danger, Group Claims

Montreal’s STELLA says C-36 might be due for another court challenge
Brigitte Noël
10.23.17
politics

The Top Three Political Issues to Watch This Fall

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, baby
Drew Brown
9.19.17
politics

We Asked Ex-Politicians What It’s Really Like to Be a Politician

For starters, none of them think they are liars.
Moses Monterroza
7.20.17
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10 Promises Justin Trudeau Broke Since Being Elected

It’s not just electoral reform. What the hell, man.
Drew Brown
2.8.17
politics

Justin Trudeau’s Controversial Vacation With the Aga Khan—Explained

This might be one political vacation that is worth the upset.
Jake Kivanc
1.11.17
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Here Are All the Bizarre Things Canada Has Bought to Promote Canada

From foam chickens to temporary tattoos, we sure know how to waste money in the name of patriotism!
Amil Niazi
6.17.16
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If Justin Trudeau Is About To Legalize Weed, Why Are We Still Imprisoning People Over It?

Canadians who commit nonviolent weed crimes are facing up to two years in jail over laws that are about to change.
Manisha Krishnan
4.21.16
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