COLUMNIST

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.


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2020 COLUMNS

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Progressives, do not be fooled by Erin O’Toole’s newfound concern for the working-class
With Biden in the White House, Canadians could sleep better
Even with his history of bad luck and poor timing, John Turner leaves behind a rich legacy
Andrew Scheer was sad
Bill’s departure highlights the Liberal’s vulnerability
Canada is in the midst of two national health crises
We should celebrate our progress but much more needs to be done
Trudeau has not lived up to his promise to “restore Canadian leadership in the world’
Justin Trudeau’s legacy is in the making
40 years ago Canada came close to breaking apart
With COVID-19 and oil prices collapsing, Alberta needs to implement a provincial sales tax
Canadian government is complicit for the death of thousands of innocent Yemenis civilians
Because of COVID-19, governments can return to its role as a proactive defender of its citizens
Elizabeth Warren might not owe Bernie Sanders her endorsement, but she does owe her progressive supporters one
Peter MacKay is no ‘Red Tory’
Like father like son?
Electoral Reform isn’t dead yet
Freeland providing stability to Trudeau government
2019 COLUMNS