The most promising candidate to lead the Liberal Party out of its third place standing is Justin Trudeau. No, it is not because of his wavy hair, nor due to some crazy notion that he is his famous father's reincarnation. Despite what the pundits claim, all immigrants' offspring do not blindly follow the Trudeau name. Here are the top five reasons why.
Repetitive softball questions do nothing to advance the public policy discourse Liberals say we need. At least these Liberals, at Saturday's interview in Winnipeg, appear to believe that weed, cheaper milk and eggs, rural farming, and a pipeline that will never see the light of day, are important enough to virtually monopolize two hours.
Dalton McGuinty's decision to prorogue parliament doesn't pass the sniff test. He claims the government needed to hit the pause button on negotiations with public sector unions on a wage freeze. Well, Mr. Premier, governments of all political stripes have negotiated with unions while the Legislature sits for years.