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Category Archives: Politics
This post is being co-published with the fine folks at Borealia. by Jerry Bannister In March I had the pleasure of attending the Pierre Savard conference at the University of Ottawa. I was asked to give a talk on the … Continue reading
by Jeff MacLeod Justin Trudeau evoked the spirit of Wilfrid Laurier by referencing his ‘sunny ways’ sentiment during his party’s victory speech on Oct. 19. “Sunny ways” suggests an alternative to confrontational and divisive politics. Laurier mentioned it in the … Continue reading