The race to replace Andrew Scheer as Conservative leader is on. Who are the key players, and what issues do they face in their bid for the job? For insight, we’re joined by former Harper strategist Ken Boessenkool.
Who should be allowed to pay for political advertising in Canada? Conservative MP and Foreign Affairs Critic Erin O’Toole explains what’s wrong with the current set of rules. And things have gotten so bad in the United Kingdom that they’ve brought in noted public relations authority Stephen Harper to help broker Brexit.
The CANADALAND interview with former Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who targeted the press before it was cool.
This is the most strained Canadian-Chinese relations have been in years. How did we get here? David Mulroney, former ambassador to China, and James Moore, former Minister of Industry, join OPPO to shed some light on what’s going on.
What does the heavily redacted – er, revised – federal report on Trudeau’s trip to India tell us about the internal machinations of the government? And what does a Supreme Court ruling about journalists’ sources mean for the profession?
What is going on with conservatives across the country? And what the hell is Stephen Harper doing on the Ben Shapiro show?
AMBER ALERTS. Stephen Harper’s back! MP Christine Moore’s ongoing public ordeal, and Doug Ford has found some standards (apparently).
In it: should you fuck your Prime Minister?; Why Canadians secretly love climate change; why we love the RCMP; and a peek at the Canada of the not-too-distant future. The stage show for our book, the CANADALAND Guide to Canada.
In this dissection of election media coverage, Macleans’s Laura Payton peers in while Jesse holds the knife.
Mark Bourrie talks dirty campaign moves, Jeffrey Simpson’s 10,000 word Globe and Mail piece, and the credibility of polls.
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