Tag Archives: Pierre Poilievre

What Change?

Mr. Harper would have Canadians believe we were voting for change when we elected (and I use the term “we” very loosely) his Party.  And it is his Harper’s party, not Canada’s party.  His actions and his Party’s actions speak much louder than his words.  Twelve years ago he was condemning the government of the […]
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Politics or Partisanship?

I must admit I am quite pleased over the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision regarding the proposed appointment of Marc Nadon to their midst.  The SCOC did what they were designed to do, protect the law and, by extension, the Constitution.  I feel bad for Mr. Nadon because, unfortunately, he appeared to be nothing more […]
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Policy for the Masses or the Ideologues?

I have noticed over the past twenty years or so a distinct change in how government policy is created.  When creating policy or programs government appears more focused on the rule breakers rather than the program users.  In other words rather than focusing on the needs of the end users they focus on that small […]
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