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Canada’s Innovation Path Forward

Originally published on the Sixth Estate by Dale Smith. Click here to read the original. While innovation was a priority during the Trudeau government’s first mandate, it remains an open…

Minority Report: House Leaders – The Good And The Bad

Originally published in iPolitics. “In the return of the (un)official Minority Report panel, iPolitics’ Charlie Pinkerton and Kady O’Malley are joined by Samara Centre for Democracy senior research associate Paul…

Justin Trudeau Unveils New Cabinet

Earnscliffe’s Charles Bird joins Zoomer Radio’s Fight Back with Libby Znaimer to speak to guest host Jane Brown about Prime Minister Trudeau’s 2019 federal cabinet and what the new appointments mean…

Trudeau’s Cabinet Picks

Earnscliffe’s Kathleen Monk joins the CBC Power and Politics Power Panel to weigh in on Trudeau’s new federal cabinet, noting that Freeland’s appointment to Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of…

Live Webinar: Earnscliffe Insights 2019 Federal Cabinet Analysis

On November 20, 2019, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his 2019 federal cabinet. In a live webinar format, Earnscliffe principals Elly Alboim, Yaroslav Baran, Kaveri Braid, Brittney Kerr and Velma…

Trudeau Unveils New Cabinet

Earnscliffe’s Charles Bird, Liberal strategist, joins the CTV News panel to weigh in on Prime Minister Trudeau’s appointment of his 2019 federal cabinet on November 20, 2019. Watch here:

Trudeau introduces his 2019 Cabinet

Please click here to see the complete Cabinet list on the Prime Minister’s website. Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau Prime Minister of Canada Hon. Anita Anand Minister of Public Services and…

Scheer Frustration

Written by Geoff Norquay for Policy Options. Click here to read the original. Conservative leader Andrew Scheer deserves a second chance. He did not fail to score on a “breakaway…

Will CUSMA get passed?

As top U.S. Democrat Richard Neal, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, met with Prime Minister Trudeau and Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland on November 6, 2019…

Not a Campaign for the Ages

While Canadian politics — as evidenced by the shutting out of Maxime Bernier’s neo-populist People’s Party on Oct. 21 — have not quite sunk to the levels of toxicity poisoning…
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