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Survey: Pierre Poilievre factor looms large in the realignment of Canada’s political map

Survey: Pierre Poilievre factor looms large in the realignment of Canada’s political map

Among Canadian decided voters, the Conservatives are in first place with 35 per cent, followed by the Liberals with 31 per cent.
Jack Knox: Halloween an excuse masquerading as a night for kids

Jack Knox: Halloween an excuse masquerading as a night for kids

First, adults decided to use the occasion to dress up as Sexy Whatevers and party in a way that caused them to lose their inhibitions/undergarments/stomach contents. Then, worse, it became an excuse to show up for work in a moose suit
Jack Knox: Private calls in public places? Consider them an invitation

Jack Knox: Private calls in public places? Consider them an invitation

Those who talk loudly on cellphones in public places are acting as though others are A) invisible, B) deaf, or C) insignificant, so why not make eye contact, laugh at their jokes and add your own two cents’ worth?
Les Leyne: Why B.C. government bailed on backing 2030 Olympics bid

Les Leyne: Why B.C. government bailed on backing 2030 Olympics bid

The B.C. government has resisted the temptation of trying to replicate an Expo 86 economic bounce
Opinion: Brace yourself for post-election budget sticker shock, fellow voters

Opinion: Brace yourself for post-election budget sticker shock, fellow voters

"For the mayors and councils, the shoes are about to drop. Budget time is nigh."
Rob Shaw: Eby, Sim aligning on key issues as they ready for their roles

Rob Shaw: Eby, Sim aligning on key issues as they ready for their roles

Premier-designate David Eby has wasted no time reaching out to the mayors of B.C.’s biggest cities, seeking partnerships to move quickly on the issues of crime, housing and homelessness.
Opinion: When to hold it, what to wear when celebrating it: Halloween hot-button issues

Opinion: When to hold it, what to wear when celebrating it: Halloween hot-button issues

As Halloween approaches, the excitement of children is evident across Canada.
Chris Pereira: Worsening geopolitical crisis with China, or signs of stability?

Chris Pereira: Worsening geopolitical crisis with China, or signs of stability?

Depends on who you ask, and what language you speak. Canada can help.
Jordan Bateman: The (new) housing facts of life

Jordan Bateman: The (new) housing facts of life

You take the good, you take the bad; you take them both, and there you have: the facts of another municipal election cycle.
Rob Shaw: Eby administration appointments signal major change for BC NDP

Rob Shaw: Eby administration appointments signal major change for BC NDP

Premier-designate David Eby signalled big changes are coming for both B.C.’s civil service, as well as the NDP’s next election campaign, with the appointment of two new top officials to his administration this week.
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