In preparation of our new Thursday format for season four that will bring in you a round table of journalists, columnists, and pundits discussing the news, ideas, and policies In Canada, we’re trying something new.
Each Thursday, we’ll discuss some of the weeks most important, thought provoking, or enraging opinion columns.
Today’s columns are:
The performative snobbery of social justice invades the supermarket - Jonathan Kay, National Post
More than leadership or policy, it’s the Conservative temperament that’s putting off voters - Andrew Coyne, Globe & Mail
Justin Trudeau and Erin O’Toole are promising 1 million jobs. But both are ignoring a bigger challenge - Heather Scoffield, Toronto Star
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