Tag Archives: Parliament

The Critical Need for Democratic Reform

A few days ago, Christie Clark, the (spectacularly unpopular) Premier of British Columbia up and announced that the Provincial legislature will not be sitting for the fall session. I suspect that I’m not alone in that my reaction, upon hearing … Continue reading

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How I Would Fix Canada’s Democracy

So after I wrote that post yesterday, I got to thinking about what sorts of specific democratic reforms I would actually like to see implemented. I surprised myself with just how┬ánon-radical most of them actually are, for things which haven’t … Continue reading

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In Which the Sacred Rites of Kingship are Discussed

At some point, I hope to blog in detail about the Liberal Party of Canada’s attempts to rebuild itself following its disastrous decline over recent years, because (a) I find the idea of rebooting a major political party from scratch … Continue reading

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