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What Hope for Canadian Conservatism?

What Hope for Canadian Conservatism?  by Mark Wegierski Donald Trump is currently renegotiating Free Trade with Canada. Over 80% of Canada’s trade is with the United States; and probably over 80% of the population detests him. Canada’s armed forces are … Continue reading

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Two Tribes

Two Tribes Mark Wegierski considers Canada’s future An essay in two parts Part one The results of the provincial election in Québec, on April 7, 2014, were unexpected. It was a huge win for the Liberals led by Philippe Couillard, … Continue reading

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Cadres for Canadian Renewal

Cadres for Canadian Renewal Mark Wegierski, on an under-estimated element in politics  Whether one calls them infrastructures or “cadres”, conservatives in Canada today are greatly in need of them. A truly consummate politician is able to utilize the self-interest of … Continue reading

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Canada, Matrix of Modernity, part 2

  Canada, Matrix of Modernity, part 2 Mark Wegierski continues his analysis An essay based on an English-language presentation read at the First Sir Thomas More Colloquium: ‘Diplomacy, Literature, Politics’, at the Akademia Polonijna (Polonia University) in Czestochowa, Poland, held … Continue reading

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Canada, Matrix of Modernity

Canada, Matrix of Modernity  On the Sesquicentennial of Canadian Confederation, Mark Wegierski considers the emergence of the “managerial-therapeutic regime” The Sesquicentennial (150th Anniversary) of Canadian Confederation is being celebrated in 2017 (July 1). Nevertheless, it is clear that Canada today … Continue reading

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