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by Chantal Hebert With sovereignty on the back burner in Quebec for the foreseeable future, is there life for the Parti Quebecois as a defining...

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by Thomas Walkom Canadians looking at Donald Trump may ask how the embattled U.S. president survives. A special counsel has been appointed to examine his...

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by Chantal Hebert A betting person might wager that Jagmeet Singh - unless he stumbles badly and quickly out of the gate - could soon...

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by Thomas Walkom The Canadian government has suffered another setback in its elusive search for a trade and investment deal with the European Union. The...

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by Chantal Hebert The British Columbia legislature that has resulted from last week's election is, for now, evenly split between pipeline partisans and opponents. Hopes...

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by Thomas Walkom The debate over cultural appropriation is complicated. At one level it is about the legitimacy of telling the stories of others. At...

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British Columbians often complain they are an afterthought - that the big decisions are made in central Canada and only then relayed to those lucky enough to live west of the Rockies.

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by Chantal Hebert On the morning after Tuesday's British Columbia election, there was no ready acknowledgement by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's office of the results...

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South Korea has elected a new president. This may not seem of much import to Canadians. But it is. Tuesday's election adds a new dynamic to the nuclear crisis gripping the divided Korean Peninsula.

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As British Columbians go to the polls today, government insiders on Parliament Hill and in the provincial capitals of the larger provinces mostly have their fingers crossed in hope of the re-election of the outgoing premier.