Trudeau’s outrage at the Iran plane crash has been delivered in precisely, diplomatically parsed sentences — fury that the event happened, but not at why it happened or who caused it. Not yet, anyway, writes Susan Delacourt.
As election season begins, the prime minister said compromise is the Canadian way and made clear he will also be running as the anti-Conservative — Premier Doug Ford in particular, Susan Delacourt writes.
Canada’s auditor general Michael Ferguson went out of his way to avoid personal spotlight, but his reports on how well the government delivered services were sharp, critical and to the point, according to the Star’s Ottawa bureau chief, Susan Delacourt.
While Trump may be putting a cloud over a couple of parties in the capital this week, he seems to be giving a real boost to Canada-First patriotism these days. Thanks . Happy , #canadadayt '>Susan Delacou #CanadaDayt writes.