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A China Reality Check

Written by Robin Sears for Policy Magazine. Click here to read the original. As the “peaceful rise” China’s leaders promised amid the country’s stunning socioeconomic progress has proven to be…

The Conservative Leadership: Waiting for Content

Written by Geoff Norquay for Policy Magazine. Click here to read the original, There was a time when being the leader of one of Canada’s two alternating governing parties was…

The Road to Toronto: Pathway to Power

Written by Yaroslav Baran for Policy Magazine. Click here to read the original. Once the Conservative Party picks a new leader in Toronto on June 27, it will need a…

Federal government appoints COVID-19 cabinet committee

Aired Wednesday, March 4, 2020 on CBC News.  Following the creation of a new cabinet committee to address the growing corona virus crisis, the CBC Power and Politics Power Panel…

On Indigenous rights, kicking the can down the road has a high cost

Written by Robin V. Sears for the Toronto Star. Click here to read the original. You believe it’s time to negotiate a change in your relationship with your spouse or…

On Indigenous rights, kicking the can down the road has a high cost

Written by Robin V. Sears for the Toronto Star. Click here to read the original.  You believe it’s time to negotiate a change in your relationship with your spouse or…

Americans are demonstrating how to buy an election

Written by Robin V. Sears for the Toronto Star. Click here to read the original.  Asked if she needed help getting to the polls, the angry woman voter said hotly,…

Pressure builds for Trudeau to resolve protests crippling rail network

Aired Wednesday, February 19 on CBC News.  How much time does the Liberal government have to find a solution to the Wet’suwet’en protests on Canadian railways and is a resolution…

Youth are most affected by policies, so let them vote

Written by Robin V. Sears for The Star. Click here to read the original. Establishments are always terrified of the young. If you are in power in Hong Kong, Lebanon,…

Anti-pipeline protests continue to cripple train network

Kathleen Monk joins the CBC Power and Politics Power Panel with Vassy Kapelos to discuss the ongoing Wet’suwet’en anti-pipeline demonstrations that continue to disrupt Canadian railways, and the strategies of…
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