Andrew Scheer: The Death of Everyman

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I can still remember the start of the English-language leaders’ debate during the election campaign when the moderator began with a softball question asking each leader how they would defend Canada’s interests and values on the international stage. Justin Trudeau responded with some purportedly uplifting phrases on the challenge to “equip Canadians to be able […]

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