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Libs and NDPers: Coalition, Merger, or none of the above?

Ever since the 2010 British general elections and the creation of the Conservative-Liberal Democrat governing coalition almost a month ago, the discussion about a potential Liberal-New Democrat coalition and/or merger has resurfaced in the the Canadian political news scene. While there was rhetoric from both pro-coalition and anti-coalition sides, as well as support from some … Continue reading

The politics of the apology

An apology is a powerful thing. It can mend relations, restore trust, and heal wounds. Sometimes it is all someone wants when they have been hurt or wronged. In the world of politics and in Government, the apology is considered the ultimate act of humility and is widely view as the most unpolitician thing a … Continue reading