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Campbell Clark

Campbell Clark
Chief political writer

Campbell Clark has been a political writer in The Globe and Mail’s Ottawa bureau since 2000. Before that he worked for The Montreal Gazette and the National Post. He writes about Canadian politics and foreign policy.

Latest articles
Opinion
Trudeau’s carbon tax can still win over Canadians – if he puts the revenue in the pockets of voters Subscriber content Campbell Clark
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Michaëlle Jean is living in a fantasy – but Trudeau bought into it Subscriber content Campbell Clark
Chrétien criticizes Trump for ‘proclaiming a return to isolationism’ despite outcome of USMCA deal Subscriber content
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USMCA makes for an awkward trilateral relationship Campbell Clark
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For Trudeau, Quebec’s Legault is a new kind of challenge Subscriber content
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Canada made concessions on NAFTA but new deal avoids major damage to economy
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Trump may be Trudeau’s best hope for a UN Security Council seat Subscriber content Campbell Clark
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Rubik’s Cube of potential pitfalls await any leader who tries to govern in New Brunswick Campbell Clark
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The Liberals are nervous about a handgun ban, but it’s Conservatives who should worry Subscriber content Campbell Clark
Instead of switching loyalties, Leona Alleslev should have held her party to account Subscriber content
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Trudeau faces major decision on NAFTA as Parliament resumes Subscriber content Campbell Clark
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A modest proposal for an NDP that urgently needs an identity and a mojo Subscriber content Campbell Clark
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What would a bad NAFTA deal look like? Subscriber content Campbell Clark
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Trudeau appears to have moved on to shaping perceptions of a trade deal that’s near Subscriber content Campbell Clark
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Trump’s actions on NAFTA, tariffs show that a deal is not a deal. Not any more Subscriber content Campbell Clark
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With Trans Mountain, there’s no legislating away the duty to consult First Nations Subscriber content Campbell Clark
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Financial boost for seasonal workers on EI comes with political pricetag Subscriber content Campbell Clark
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Bernier didn’t just quit the Conservatives – he caused maximum damage Subscriber content Campbell Clark
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To India, to make sure the shallow politicking is a bipartsan thing Campbell Clark
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In a dog-eat-dog world, Canada needs to rethink foreign policy Campbell Clark