If Erin O’Toole’s party suffers major losses in the next election, it won’t be a result of his leadership, but due to a party at odds with itself on central policy issues and divided along regional lines, writes Andrew Perez.
Premiers in Alberta and Ontario have shunned science in favour of keeping the economy afloat — but resistance to the best advice of public health officials isn't going to end COVID-19, writes columnist Max Fawcett.
“We can have clean air with carbon dioxide in the air,” said one speaker. “We should be focused on clean land, clean water. This is a big-government, costly policy that unfairly impacts our industries.”
The Conservative Party of Canada has a full-blown case of Trumpism, Canada's National Observer columnist Max Fawcett writes, and the real question its members need to answer is whether it’s terminal or not.