In the wake of this week’s Supreme Court Hearings on the Senate Reform consultation questions that the Harper Government posed last spring, the National Post’s Andrew Coyne has postulated that the provinces shouldn’t be part of the amending formula.
The government’s lawyers have gamely maintained that much of tis short-term agenda for Senate . . . → Read More: The Cracked Crystal Ball II: Shorter Coyne On Senate Reform: Give All The Power To The PMO
Conservative prime minister Brian Mulroney in his heyday, grabbed from the website of Libraries and Archives Canada, and doesn’t he just look terrific! Below: Mr. Mulroney as he appears nowadays; Earnscliffe Strategies Principal Robin Sears.
Have you noticed how Brian Mulroney is looking pretty good lately?
Back in the day, after Mr. Mulroney . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: The rehabilitation of Brian Mulroney: There’s a reason he’s looking so good these days
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, left, with Parti Quebecois Leader Pauline Marois … or something very much like that. The politicians pictured above may not be exactly as illustrated in real life. Below: Thomas Mulcair, Jack Layton.
Now that our sullen neo-conservative prime minister is on speaking terms once again with former PM Brian . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: How far will Prime Minister Stephen Harper go with separatists to hang onto power?