COLUMNIST

Gerry Nicholls

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Gerry Nicholls is a communications consultant, who has worked for advocacy organizations and politicians in both Canada and the United States; he’s a frequent commentator on radio and TV public affairs programs and was formerly vice-president of the National Citizens Coalition.  He lives in Oakville, Ontario.

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2020 COLUMNS

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O’Toole vs. The Economists
O’Toole Needs a “Plan B”, if his Nice Guy Routine Doesn’t Work
Justin Trudeau, the Karl Marx of the 21st Century?
How Politics is Bankrupting Our Souls
Trudeau Had a Sweet Deal and He Blew it
Next Tory Leader Will Need to Unite the Conservative Kingdom
Beware Those Public Polls
WE Charity Scandal Explained: Justin Trudeau is Just Too Darn Nice
The Challenge of Making Deficits Matter
The Summer of Our Political Discontent
Machiavelli’s Top 5 Tips for the Next Conservative Leader
Trudeau: The Media God Who Failed
What Would Anti-Trumpers do without Trump?
Time to Social Distance from Twitter
Trudeau’s quest for a majority government will keep him in check
Where’s Winston Churchill When You Need Him?
Should taxpayers subsidize political parties in tough times? No way!!
Brace yourself, the CPC leadership race could actually get interesting
Canada’s COVID-19 Dictatorship
Post COVID-19 Conservatism Will Need a Strong Dash of Populism
The False Allure of Authoritarianism
Politicians Will Soon Play the Virus Blame Game
Times of Crisis are Always a Challenge for Libertarians
Reality is Messing Up Our World Again
COVID-19 Will Rattle Canada’s Political Box
How Bloomberg Helped Prove Me Right and the Supreme Court Wrong
Is Canadian Politics Going to Get Exciting?
Trudeau is a Prisoner of his Own Personality
Trump, Sanders and The Politics of Karma
Here Are Twenty Maxims To Help You Understand the Theatre of Politics
Do Tories Really Need a Trudeau Clone for Leader?
My Cynical Fundraising Advice for the NDP
Lesson for Conservatives: Winning Takes More than Just a Leader
Politics 101: Conservatives Need an Issue that Cuts
2019 COLUMNS