Team Trudeau have decided they have less to fear from the NDP profiting from the Liberal shift to the right, than from disgruntled Ontario Tories getting out in big numbers to vote against them.
While Clinton is great at warring with Republicans, taking on powerful corporations goes against her entire worldview, against everything she's built, and everything she stands for.
The failure of oil companies to pass on lower prices to consumers has not been a feature of election 2015.
Citizens will pay attention to a leader who wants to defend them against high gas and fuel oil prices, corporate tax cheats, and banks with a hand in their pocketbooks.
When the G20 meetings in Brisbane, Australia broke up last weekend, the usual "time to manage the news" approach of the host government ran into some serious difficulties.
So, unions aren't allowed to endorse candidates in elections, but media outlets are? That doesn't seem fair.
The UN meeting is yet again corroded by big business influence. Will the People's Climate March be able to pressure the UN or should we all switch tactics?
Across Canada rural municipalities are dealing with issues of land use and resource extraction. What power do citizens actually have over Big Business when they want to protect the environment?
Surprise legislation tabled by Progressive Conservatives revokes recent improvements to labour relations in Newfoundland and Labrador by making it more difficult for workers to form a union. Why?
Ontario program spending, already the lowest per capita of any province, will be subject to ongoing cuts relative to inflation.