Leah McLaren


Justin Trudeau’s election gamble is backfiring

The race Trudeau now finds himself in has been devoid of gold dust

By Leah McLaren

The Canadian election is turning into a comedy of cringe

Voters’ love affair with Trudeau is well and truly over

By Leah McLaren

What I learned from arguing about gun control with my Texan uncle

Whenever there’s another mass shooting in America, like the one in Florida yesterday, I think immediately of my Uncle Bill in Texas, a retired military man, practising Catholic, Republican, NRA member, community volunteer and civil libertarian who lives in a gated community with my Aunt Bev (a retired nurse) on the outskirts of Houston. Uncle […]

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