Thursday, March 30, 2017

Worth Reading - March 30, 2017

Samara Canada has released their most recent study on Canadian democracy

Kellie Leitch is distancing herself after she met with members of Rise Canada, an anti-Muslim organization with extreme rhetoric

CBC is reporting that the federal Liberals have left 80% of appointments open. The Conservative opposition is charging that the delay is because the head of appointments is running to be a MP.

Toronto City Council ignores facts in an effort to push through the Scarborough subway

Edward Keenan writes about Toronto Council's debate on the Scarborough subway

Perhaps the biggest news of the week, Prime Minister Theresa May signed the letter to initiate the 'Brexit' process

Andrew Coyne writes on the Liberals' attempts to restrict the opposition and change how the House of Commons operates

Jon Ivison, on these so-called reforms, argues that they will never pass

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