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Quebec’s – and Canada’s – tolerance for religious symbols remains selective

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director As battle lines are drawn over the Coalition Avenir Quebec’s promised ban on public servants wearing religious garments or articles at work, it’s instructive to separate generalities from specifics. When Quebecers are asked general questions such

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The battle over balanced budgets could leave Trudeau with a voter deficit

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director Trudeau’s big gamble. Prime minister rolls dice on spending. Government’s deficit double-down. Choose whichever casino-related analogy you like, but this week’s announcement of deficit-inflating tax cuts aimed at stimulating business investment does indeed represent a risk,

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A year out from a federal election, Trudeau’s base still loves him

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director In a trend reminiscent of Sally Field’s famously misquoted Oscar speech, “You like me … you really like me!” let there be little doubt that members of the Liberal Party base still like Justin Trudeau. They really do.

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