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The redemption of Stéphane Dion

The redemption of Stéphane Dion

Seven years ago, Stéphane Dion resigned as Liberal leader. Today, he joins the Trudeau cabinet as the minister of foreign affairs. In the crowded aftermath of the Liberal celebration at the Queen Elizabeth hotel in Montreal on election night, awhile after Justin...

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Liberals pull off surprise victory in B.C. election

Liberals pull off surprise victory in B.C. election

In an astounding turn of events in British Columbia, Christy Clark's B.C. Liberals have won the provincial election and will retain power for another four years. The Liberals have earned a convincing majority winning 50 of the 85 ridings compared to the NDP at 33....

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Mark Marissen: On the mark

Mark Marissen: On the mark

In America, Mark Marissen would be a star: a man who, for better or worse, battled his foes to usher in a whole new kind of professional politics in B.C., and came out on top. Good looking in a scrubbed, cheerful way, the youngish Marissen is half of a B.C. power...

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A West Coast Power Player

A West Coast Power Player

If the Liberals win the next federal election, the boy from St. Thomas, Ont. — Mark Marissen — is likely to become one of the most powerful and plugged-in backroom players in Canada. By taking underdog Stephane Dion to the Liberal party’s top job, Mark Marissen has...

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