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Andrew Lawton

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Andrew Lawton is a broadcaster, and columnist. Most recently, he hosted the Andrew Lawton Show on 980 CFPL in London, and wrote a national column for Global News. His written work has been published across the world, including in the Washington Post, the National Post, the Toronto Sun, the Edmonton Sun, and Global News. Andrew has appeared as a commentator on CBC, CTV, TVO, CTS, and on BBC World. Andrew ran as a Progressive Conservative candidate in Ontario’s 2018 provincial election.

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2020 COLUMNS

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Trudeau finally shows some backbone
Debates illustrate Conservatives will not get fair shake from the media
Radical voices are silencing reasonable reform discussions
Politicians show their COVID hypocrisy when it comes to protests
Political outrage tends to be situational depending on who’s in power
Does the CPC fear their grassroots members?
Trudeau’s COVID announcements feel like a campaign tour
With summer approaching, tolerance for the lockdown is starting to fray
The City of Ottawa shows a callous disregard for the well-being of society’s most vulnerable
Trudeau couldn’t keep politics out of Nova Scotia massacre for even 24 hours
Trudeau follows his own guidelines and gets a pass
COVID-19 illustrates the flaw in Trudeau’s logic
COVID-19 can’t derail the Liberal dream of the carbon tax
Trudeau’s Corona Coup
When it comes to COVID-19 and borders, Liberal government shows a lack of competence
Liberals stark COVID-19 predictions don’t match their actions
Conservative Party decides they know better than grassroots membership
Justin Trudeau has summarily tossed the rule of law into the dustbin
Justin Trudeau’s dress rehearsal for Mean Girls
Trudeau government tries to manipulate the landscape of media coverage
Government should forget about media licensing and focus on reducing industry regulations
Do our political leaders need to be bilingual?
Will the socons be welcomed into the ‘big blue tent’?
Harry, enjoy our poutine but keep your hands out of our wallets
With no declared disrupters (yet), the race to succeed Scheer is wide open
2019 COLUMNS