"Taken together, the insights in Alex Marland’s Whipped offer a fairly bleak picture of the quality of political debate both at the federal and provincial level....
Germany has a cabinet the size of Manitoba's, and the United States' is smaller than those in Ontario, Quebec, B.C., and Alberta.
Michael Wagner looks at how the "weighted" voting system makes every Quebec vote count 12 times more than one in Alberta.
David Clement writes that the Alberta NDP are bizarrely obsessed with where conservatives or libertarians are born.
Michael Wagner writes that Ted Byfield understood 20 years ago that nothing would change without a credible threat of independence.
Michael Wagner writes that before 1980, independence was a tiny fringe movement. In 2020, it is approaching a majority of Albertans.
In both Ontario and Quebec, the ideal of Canadian identity includes a particular negative conception of the United States.
The third element at the root of Alberta’s economic troubles, which recent reports have overlooked, reaches back in years.
A brief history of the West's struggle with Ottawa from 1879 to 2020.
Without a major candidate from the West or a standard bearer of the right, there is an opening that did not exist for him last time.