Whither the Green Party of Canada after its recent convulsion? In order to answer that question I think it must be understood, perhaps conceded is the better word, that the Green Party isn’t like other parties and probabl...
Elizabeth May and Rafe Mair's revealing exchange, debating Israel, the BDS movement and the resolution that threatens the future of the Green Party over its leader's potential departure.
Rafe Mair has a few ideas for the perennially losing NDP to start winning elections - beginning with some soul searching on the party's devotion to big labour bosses (not their worker members).
Rafe Mair has a little fun with a wild idea: If Elizabeth May took over the BC Green Party, she'd have an outside shot of beating the Liberals and NDP in next year's election.
Liberal MP Pamela Goldsmith-Jones is holding a series of public meetings into Woodfibre LNG's climate impacts - but what about local fish, tanker and health risks, asks Rafe Mair.
The old divide between "left" and "right" no longer applies to the environment, says Rafe Mair, as even traditionally conservative voters are now paying attention to things like climate and water. Politicians who fail to grasp ...
Reductio ad absurdum: Why we environmentalists are missing the boat with sham hearings, technical arguments
Technical arguments and sham hearings on the merits and risks of pipelines and tankers miss the point, argues Rafe Mair.
Rafe: Premier Clark right for opposing Trudeau’s Senate plans – but she’s going about it the wrong way
BC Premier Christy Clark is right to oppose Justin Trudeau's "idiotic" plans for the Senate, says Rafe Mair, but she's going about it the wrong way.
Canada's honeymoon with Justin Trudeau will end soon enough, says Rafe Mair, as he will be tested by challenges like how to deliver on climate promises with pressure coming from all sides.
Rafe Mair reexamines Canada's history of immigration and asks why not all immigrants are created equal.