Northern Reflections: Leading The Lemmings

It’s disappointing to listen to the federal Liberals these days. With the exception of Joyce Murray and Martin Cauchon, they’re all saying the same thing. Their chorus confirms that they have learned nothing over the last decade. They insist on being Harper-lite. Michael Ignatieff tried that and it didn’t work out well. Stephane Dion had ...

Northern Reflections: Doing The Corporate Dance

The Liberal Party’s traditional strategy of campaigning from the left and governing from the right led the late Rene Levesque to conclude that the party was “the biggest whorehouse in the world.” Now, Paul Adams writes, the party seems to be campaigning from the right: Martha Hall Findlay calls for an end to supply management. Marc ...