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From Angus Reid. Apart from the top finding (which seems wrong), and the deficit finding (which seems odd), the rest of it strongly suggests we are two nations within one.
Good luck, Mr. Trudeau. You’re going to need it.
And, in case you were wondering, in conversation he was smart, perceptive and very funny. (Very.)
We talked, for just a minute, about Kennebunkport, and about how I’ve been going there for years with my kids and family and friends. He said he plans to start spending more time there himself.
Listening to him, I was reminded of what my former boss Jean Chretien told us, when we wondered about the White House reaction to our decision to not participate in the invasion of Iraq.
“He’s a very nice guy,” said the Canadian Prime Minister. “He’s always been a very nice guy.”￼￼￼
Today, at the kick-ass OREA conference – which earlier features Jean Chretien, Doug Ford, Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott – I’m on a panel (with my sister Adrienne, Kathleen and Chad). Just before George W. Bush!
How do you warm up a crowd for a US president? Can I tell Dick Cheney jokes? Do I wear a MISSION ACCOMPLISHED T-shirt? Do we shoot the shit about the Clam Shack in Kennebunkport?
Anyway. Should be a lot of fun. Later.
Trudeau has apparently changed his behaviour, for which he deserves some credit.
For which he deserves none.
At CTFN, my daughter’s First Nation.