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Cartoons   |   January 19, 2021

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The Internet has enabled the spread of conspiracy theories and fake news to an unimaginable extent

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What rough beast?

Cartoons   |   January 12, 2021

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'The centre cannot hold' wrote W.B.Yeats more than a century ago in his poem The Second Coming. Nor can the Republican party as its president slouches towards the exit. Reading the poem might be instructive.

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Put this back together

Cartoons   |   January 11, 2021

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Incoming US President Joe Biden inherits a nation torn by factional disagreement and violence

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Do as I say, not as I do

Cartoons   |   January 4, 2021

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Many politicians, most prominently Ontario's ex-finance minister, are in trouble for travelling while urging citizens to obey pandemic restrictions.

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Dare we hope?

Cartoons   |   December 17, 2020

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In Dickens' story, Scrooge is turned into a kinder, gentler man after ghostly visitations.

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Newsworthy

Cartoons   |   December 14, 2020

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More than 500 current and former CBC staff are trying to stop the corporation selling the type of advertising known as paid content in this era of ‘fake news.'

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Nut job

Cartoons   |   November 12, 2020

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Reconstructing American democracy after Donald Trump will not be easy.

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Breaking up is hard to do

Cartoons   |   November 9, 2020

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Defeated President Trump is thought likely to do a great deal of damage in his remaining few weeks in office,

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bookmark You can say that again
You can say that again

Cartoons   |   November 4, 2020

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The quote, said to be an Anglicized version of an ancient Chinese curse, is particularly applicable to the US election.

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Not so eager

Cartoons   |   October 26, 2020

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Neither major party was anxious for an election when the Commons took a vote that could have brought down the government (it didn't).

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Death wish

Cartoons   |   October 20, 2020

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The Trump administration continues to denigrate mask-wearing and other protective measures against Covid-19.

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Wither America?

Cartoons   |   October 15, 2020

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Canadian opinions of America are at their lowest levels in 40 years, a poll shows.

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Ignorance can kill

Cartoons   |   October 7, 2020

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President Trump continues to downplay the severity of the coronavirus pandemic even after spending a spell in hospital with the disease.

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A pattern?

Cartoons   |   October 2, 2020

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President Trump disrupted the first Presidential debate with Joe Biden with a series of interruptions and insults.

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Uphill struggle

Cartoons   |   September 28, 2020

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Covid-19 numbers had a late-September surge in Canada despite the efforts of chief medical officer Dr Theresa Tam and others.

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