The bizarre thing about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s extra two days waiting in Delhi after the G20 for a plane to bring him home was that the Indian media were writing about it.
It’s election season, with the usual trappings: signs, debates, canvassing, volunteers, literature, fundraising, questionnaires, candidate websites and social media pages. But an increasing number of voters confess to disillusionment with modern politics for other reasons: hyper-partisanship, attack ads, spurious statements and political party apparatus that seems increasingly out of touch with average citizens. The dismal […]
Two months ago, when Russian tanks first rolled into Ukraine, every message from Washington or NATO about the invasion included a prominent passage saying what the western alliance wouldn’t do.
Under the agreement the NDP would support the Liberals in confidence votes including federal budgets.
It’s fitting that London’s first “all-inclusive” rainbow crosswalk is at a Wortley Road intersection where protestors tried to spoil recent Pride celebrations.