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Susan Delacourt: Justin Trudeau’s plan is long on promises and short on details. Why is his government leaving so much unsaid?

Susan Delacourt: Justin Trudeau’s plan is long on promises and short on details. Why is his government leaving so much unsaid? via @ @BmptGuardian 

Susan Delacourt: Justin Trudeau is still selling pandemic safety, but the marketplace is increasingly hostile

Susan Delacourt: As the next wave of COVID-19 grows, Canadians are grappling with fear and nostalgia

Susan Delacourt: Joe Biden is taking a low-key approach to Donald Trump. It worked for Canada

Susan Delacourt: Canada-U.S. relations changed over four years with Donald Trump — Justin Trudeau and Joe Biden will find some useful lessons

Susan Delacourt: Donald Trump may lose, but his supporters won't go away. And they will still have a beef with Canada

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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.

This isn’t good. As an Uber driver said to me the other day after watching the leaders’ debates — this isn’t Canada, writes Susan Delacourt:

It would be the height of irony if Maxime Bernier and his People’s Party end up restricting the rights of Canadians to say that climate change is real during the upcoming election campaign, Susan Delacourt writes.

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.

On Wednesday, one Conservative MP after another addressed their questions to the “Liberal leader” — not the prime minister, giving us some idea of what is to come, 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.

What are Doug Ford and Andrew Scheer going to do this week? Team up and give tips to their party on how to manage sexual misbehaviour? Susan Delacourt writes.

Happy #CanadaDay ! What should we be thankful for? Trump, and how he's gotten Canadians patriotic again, Susan Delacourt writes.

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.

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