Wyatt James Schierman

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Wyatt James Schierman is a freelance writer and political commentator from Alberta.  He holds a Bachelor’s in Political Science, a Master’s in Public Policy and is a former intern of The Carter Center.  His writing has appeared in the Ottawa Citizen, the Toronto Star, the Calgary Herald, Huffington Post Canada, CBC Opinion and the Hill Times.




Trudeau needs to show Trump the same restraint he has showed Ford
Is it time to consider Michael Chong as the next Conservative leader?
Jason Kenney has squandered his political capital
First task for new Parliament should be to improve political discourse
Trudeau didn’t learn from Mulroney’s mistakes
Scheer’s promise to cut foreign aid is wrong and misguided
The engagement of former PMs is needed for our democracy
Conservatives are blinded by their own ideological rigidity against taxation
It’s foolish to underestimate Justin Trudeau
Enough with the self-assured political predictions
A Long History of Liberal Contradictions
Will Canada see a green wave in the upcoming federal election?
Liberal’s moral high ground on LGBTQ issues no guarantee of electoral success
Kenney wrong to breathe oxygen into ‘crisis of unity’
The Echo of Mackenzie King with Trudeau’s balancing of energy and the environment
In the next federal election, Trudeau will be campaigning for forgiveness