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Karl Bélanger

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Karl Bélanger is the President of the Douglas-Coldwell Foundation.  He is a former National Director of the New Democratic Party of Canada.  He served as a senior advisor to four NDP Leaders over the span of 19 years on Parliament Hill.

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2018 COLUMNS

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Trudeau has failed to make the case for the Compact
Governments made a mistake getting out of automobile business
Doug Ford spurns Franco-Ontarians as well as Andrew Scheer’s hopes in Quebec
Doug Ford’s rhetoric on increasing the minimum wage is a complete fabrication
Legault begins his secular crusade
The Rising Green Wave
With one week left… will Couillard be able to hang on?
Maxime Bernier’s Coming Soon Party
Quebec election campaign begins with winds of change blowing
Singh rolls the dice on his leadership in Burnaby South
Will Brexit be Theresa May’s Waterloo?
Trudeau shuffles cabinet with provincial conservatives on the move
So far, Doug Ford is a disappointment
Scalpers remain on the loose in Ontario
With an election on the horizon, federal leaders struggle to find their mojo
Is Chicoutimi-Le Fjord a wake-up call for the Trudeau Liberals?
Another reset or is the party over?
Kathleen, the writing is on the wall. Stop Ford and support the NDP.
With the Ontario NDP rising, Premier Bob Rae is reintroduced
Winds of change are blowing in Andrea’s direction
Could Trump win the Nobel Peace Prize?
Quebec court rules 50% +1 is all that is required to separate
Is Kinder Morgan on a dead end path?
Canadian political parties exempt from privacy laws
Andrea makes her move
Horwath’s challenge: Convince voters not to settle for something they don’t want
Bloc Québécois: Abandon Ship!
Time is running out for Singh as NDP members gather in Ottawa
Time will be tight for new PCPO leader
Trudeau continues to soar above Liberal missteps
Hey Justin… how about increasing the minimum wage for federal jobs?
2018 may not be kind to Liberal Premiers

 

2017 COLUMNS