Robert Hiltz




Robert Hiltz is a freelance writer based in Montreal, where he writes on federal politics and the media.twitter===========================================



Hiltz: Predictions for 2019
Predictions Recap 2018: Everything is Patrick Brown’s fault
Andrew Scheer’s plan to save Oshawa is his plan for everything
Justin Trudeau’s talk on press freedom falls flat
Andrew Scheer’s anti-media gambit reveals his weakness
François Legault and his government of squares have a radical plan
Québec Election: If Legault can become premier, what can’t he do?
Québec Election: Maybe we’re not so distinct after all
Québec English-Language Debate: The PQ come out looking…better? Seriously
First Québec Debate: A stark choice being offered on, of all things, policy
It’s easy for Legault to lose the election while he seems to be winning
Quebec Election Day 1: The Electric Kool-Aid Ballot Test
Greetings from Quebec, where the election is sure to be weird
Doug Ford brings the politics of Toronto to the whole province
Tories pointing the country down a dark path on refugees
There are worse things than being rude to the U.S. ambassador
Will the migrant crisis elevate Trudeau, or sweep him out to sea?
Ontario can thank the Liberals for Premier Ford
Doug Ford, maybe not that great at this
We might have a real race on our hands
Media playing a dangerous game following Toronto van attack
Spending time in Toronto, Premier Doug Ford seems inevitable
What if the Liberals are right, and they are the fiscally responsible ones?
Doug Ford offers Ontario a poor alternative to years of bad governance
So long Patrick, and good riddance
Patrick Brown got exactly the amount of due process he deserved
The PCs are a mess, and that’s bad for Ontario
Tim Hortons is mediocre, and so are our politics
Predictions for 2018: From Ontario to Jetpacks