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Thanks to both Poilievre and Trudeau, it’s unlikely we’ll ever unravel the election-meddling mess

By Shachi Kurl, President We have reached the point at which we may never learn pertinent facts about the hydra-headed saga of China’s attempts to interfere in Canadian elections. We may never know what our leaders, security officials and politicians

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Can Poilievre stickhandle around rivals who are chasing his supporters?

By Shachi Kurl, President So, there’s a political player who wants to shift Conservatism to the centre of the ice? And there’s another pretender in the penalty box who would send the puck even deeper into Conservatism’s own zone? And

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PSAC strike — solidarity for now, but how long will it last?

By Shachi Kurl, President As the strike by members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada strides into its second week, one reflects on the steps taken by PSAC workers on the picket line. Enough to put up some serious

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The RCMP faces yet another critical moment to improve. But history leaves us sceptical

By Shachi Kurl, President Can a police force with a rich and storied history deliver what’s required in the future? Is the RCMP irretrievably broken? Does something else need to replace it? These are the questions we need to ask,

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Neither Trudeau nor Poilievre is shooting straight these days

By Shachi Kurl, President I know duels are outdated, but it’s spring break and I am re-reading the classics, so bear with me and picture this: Two princes (or “eminent Canadians,” if you will). One challenges the other by verbally

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Canadians need real answers on allegations of election meddling by China

By Shachi Kurl, President There are three things in life to always cherish: one’s health, one’s relationships with loved ones, and the integrity of Canadian democracy. Discussion over the latter peaked this past week with senior security officials repeating that,

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