Sorry seems to be a word that Trudeau knows
Listen to what the man didn’t say
“I take full responsibility for the mistakes that I made,” said Justin Trudeau after a damning report on his SNC-Lavalin ethics violation. But the PM refused to apologize. The review from Robert Hiltz at Loonie Politics: “Trudeau Can’t Apologize, Because He Is Not Sorry.”
The criterion candidate
Taleeb Noormohamed had a tough time getting his own name in headlines after he became the Liberal candidate in Vancouver Granville, in large part because he’s running against the now-independent Jody Wilson-Raybould.
“Mitzie!” has totally logged on. The exclamation point appears essential to how Scarborough-Guildwood MPP Mitzie Hunter is branding herself in a run to lead the Ontario Liberals, who are down to six seats following the exit of Nathalie Des Rosiers.
Midtown Toronto in the 2020s
Stephan Balkenhol is the sculptor of this new meta-commentary outside of 101 St. Clair. It’s between the Desjardins Insurance building, with a Starbucks in the lobby, and the refurbished Imperial Plaza, a condo whose main floor also has a stand from Starbucks:
“What the hell happened to Charles Adler?” Clickbait headline aside, Michael Coren supplied the CBC with support for his former Sun News Network colleague. Adler, like Coren, has turned against right-wing politics—a shift that seemed to coincide with the start of his new gig with Global News Radio. (Last week, it was Barbara Kay who was wondering what the hell happened to Michael Coren.)
Finally, new teaches of Peaches
Whose Jizz is This? is the name of an art show in Hamburg, for which Toronto-born Merrill Nisker got funding from the Canada Council and the Embassy of Canada in Germany to explicitly explore the sexual stuff synonymous with her musical persona: