NDP Leader John Horgan has finally come out swinging against Site C Dam - a wise political move that will benefit his party in the provincial election, says Rafe Mair.
Rafe Mair reexamines Canada's history of immigration and asks why not all immigrants are created equal.
"Political pundits are busy analyzing the recent NDP convention and I can tell you it's easier to interpret the entrails of a rooster," says Rafe Mair. Critically, on LNG, the Official Opposition is nowhere to be found.
With the benefit of age and perhaps a bit of wisdom, Rafe Mair reflects on our recent federal election and where we go from here as a country.
If Justin Trudeau is serious about a "fresh start" with Obama and the US, then he better not shed too many tears over their killing of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Can the Conservative Party recover? Rafe Mair offers some examples for the post-Harper Conservatives to follow, if they have any hope of rebuilding their party.
With his surprise majority government, Canadians will need to work hard to hold Prime Minister Trudeau to his election promises. Here are the most important ones - from electoral reform and Bill C-51 to public transit and commi...
After a stunning comeback on the promise of "change", Canada now needs Mr. Trudeau and his government to follow through with real electoral and democratic reform.
Postmedia is in a conflict of interest backing Harper's oil-based economic agenda, warns Rafe Mair.
The real opportunity for change in this Canadian election, says Rafe Mair, is electoral reform, Parliamentary reform, and a return to decency in our politics and society.