No matter why Canadians are different, we’re just happy we are

Susan Delacourt / @SusanDelacourt

Freelance columnist, Ipolitics and the Toronto Star

Susan Delacourt is a freelance columnist with Ipolitics and the Toronto Star. She has worked at some of the top newsrooms in the country, from the  Star and the Globe and Mail to the Ottawa Citizen and the National Post. She is a frequent political panelist on CBC Radio and CTV and a mentor with the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation.  Author of four books, her latest — Shopping For Votes — was a finalist for the prestigious Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust Prize for Canadian non-fiction in 2014. She has also been teaching classes in journalism and political communication at Carleton University over the past few years as well.

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No matter why Canadians are different, we’re just happy we are

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November 1, 2016

Whatever else one might say about the choice Americans have on Nov. 8, it is a clear, either/or decision: Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton; Democrat or Republican; good versus evil (depending on your perspective).  A year ago, Canadians made a choice that bucked the polarizing trend that has invaded not just politics but the economy, […]