David Johnston delivered a serious and sober-minded report on foreign interference in Canada's democracy, one that almost immediately fell on deaf ears. Now, the government's in an even deeper hole — one it keeps digging for itself, columnist Max Fawcett writes.
There's not much hope for Alberta to fix its broken generational system this election, write Paul Kershaw and Andrea Long of Generation Squeeze, but the next government could start by naming a minister responsible for intergenerational fairness.
Danielle Smith's history of ill-advised and outright offensive comments hasn't sunk her campaign — just like Donald Trump. Are Albertans really willing to sign up for four more years of that? asks columnist Max Fawcett.