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Under a cloud

Cartoons   |   April 23, 2019

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The special counsel's report specifically stated that President Trump could not be exonerated of the crime of obstruction of justice, although it did not recommend charges.

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Trouble ahead

Cartoons   |   April 17, 2019

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The election of Jason Kenney's UCP in Alberta does not bode well for relations with Ottawa.

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Swamped

Cartoons   |   April 10, 2019

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After a flood of false and/or hate-filled posts, Twitter and Facebook have banned some white nationalist groups.

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Wilful blindness

Cartoons   |   April 8, 2019

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Some people are still campaigning against vaccination programs despite the fact that some diseases thought to be almost eradicated are making a comeback.

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Touchy subject

Cartoons   |   April 1, 2019

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Quebec Premier Fran├žois Legault defended using the notwithstanding clause to block court challenges to his government's ban on public workers wearing religious symbols.

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Cramming

Cartoons   |   March 26, 2019

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The Ontario government says its plans to increase maximum high school class size to 28 will make students more resilient.

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Deflation

Cartoons   |   March 25, 2019

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Massacre, plane crash, cyclone -- world news presents a profoundly depressing picture.

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Braccident?

Cartoons   |   March 20, 2019

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Virtually nothing is settled about how Prime Minister Theresa May will lead Britain out of the European Union, a process known as Brexit.

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School daze

Cartoons   |   March 19, 2019

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Around 50 Americans, some quite famous, have been charged in an alleged conspiracy to illicitly gain admission for privileged children to top colleges and universities.

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Overpowering

Cartoons   |   March 6, 2019

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More and more concerns about big tech firms accessing and sharing personal data are coming to light.

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bookmark It's a maze
It's a maze

Cartoons   |   March 5, 2019

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Like the Pac-Man video game, the controversy over the government's handling of the SNC-Lavalin affair is going off in unexpected directions.

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Mass movement?

Cartoons   |   February 26, 2019

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Political pundits are speculating on whether Andrew Scheer's Tories can cash in on the Liberal government's current problems.

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Warming up

Cartoons   |   February 25, 2019

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Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin share mutual admiration even as the U.S. investigates possible Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

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Chinese puzzle

Cartoons   |   February 19, 2019

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Canada is wrestling with the issue of how to handle Huawei, the Chinese electronics manufacturer whom some nations suspect of possible espionage.

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Bone up on this

Cartoons   |   February 15, 2019

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The controversy over whether SNC-Lavalin should face criminal charges has revived memories of scandals past.

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