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The Liberal government revealed changes to the way it would appoint Supreme Court justices in August.
"You're looking for the way to be able to say 'Aha! You see? That's why I'm not going to vote for her.'"
"I think the world is full of examples of people who found themselves in the circumstance that forced them to discover resources within themselves they never knew were there."
Hillary Clinton announced her candidacy for president Sunday. If successful, she will become the very first woman president of the United States of America and her party's best chance to defeat the Republicans in 2016. Could a Canadian woman, with the same stature, gift and substance as the former first lady, attain the same milestone in Canada? Are we closer to having the first elected woman prime minister in Canada? In the 2015 federal election, it is shaping up to be a race between three white males -- Stephen Harper, Justin Trudeau and Thomas Mulcair. Yet our politics should reflect our population and perspectives.