Warren Kinsella



Warren Kinsella is a Canadian journalist, political advisor and commentator.






#MeToo movement gains traction in Ottawa
Time to unmask the creeps crawling Ottawa’s corridors of power
Perhaps the worst cabinet minister in the history of Confederation
Cameras in tow, Trudeau is a polarizing figure
When political attack ads turn and bite the wrong prey
The unravelling of our nation
Melanie Joly’s stunning incompetencies
The Internet’s progeny undermining democracy’s foundations
Sheer cowardice of Scheer’s failure to kick out Ritz, Beyak
Overstaying your welcome in the bowels of government
Why small business is making a big deal about tax changes
Andrew Scheer a nobody, doing nothing
Canada’s enduring legacy of power, politics and racism
Will Trudeau finally pay the price for his arrogance?
Canadians behaving badly abroad, without consequences
Braying and screeching, Alberta style
Trudeau Liberals missing in action on Canada Day
The irresistible, undeniable, overwhelming lure of Trudeau
Andrew Scheer’s social conservative baggage
Will B.C. edge to the precipice once more?
Good riddance to vulgarian Kevin O’Leary
’Fess up to your mistakes, laugh at yourself, then move on
One step forward, two steps back for the Conservatives
Are you gay?
How to fight the right, one committed citizen after another
Just visiting: Kevin O’Leary’s candidacy is doomed
Leader who stands up to Trump will be the winner
On the absurdist stage: Justin meets Donald
Reality check: Canadians want to talk about immigration
The Trump effect: Canada’s politicians wearing invisible cloaks
The Conservative Party has gone missing, maybe for good
Likeable Trudeau well-suited to handle Trump