Angela Wright

Angela Wright is a writer and political analyst. She previously worked as a political staffer at Queen’s Park and served as President of an Ontario PC riding association. She holds a master’s in history from the University of Iowa.
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Economic analysis

What Canada’s economic recovery might look like

How does Canada come back from its massive pandemic deficit? Depends who you tax.
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Economy

Canada, it’s time to pay off that debt

Angela Wright: Canada’s combined household debt is over $2 trillion. As the era of cheap credit comes to an end, it’s time for Canadians to face the music.
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It would be irresponsible if Ontario didn’t postpone Toronto’s municipal election

Opinion: For the sake of stability and an election driven by actual civic issues, Ontario needs to delay the voting for Toronto city council. Here’s how
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Why Doug Ford’s Ontario PC government should grant the Liberals party status

Opinion: By winning only seven seats, the Ontario Liberals failed to qualify for official party status—but there’s a case for Doug Ford lending them a hand
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When the politically unthinkable happens, why can’t Canadians see the signs?

Opinion: Social disconnect, reductive partisanship and simple bias are infecting how Canadian voters view politicians with opposing political views
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It’s time to address the double standard about tax havens

Opinion: If countries really want to get tough on tax avoidance, they should stop picking on small nations and call out close allies, instead
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Canada

Gun violence isn’t just a U.S. problem—and Canada isn’t immune

Opinion: Canada shouldn’t ignore its own gun-violence problems, from rising rates in our cities to inadequate government support
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Politicians can’t let another year of hate crimes pass without action

Hate crimes against Muslims have spiked—while Black and Jewish Canadians continue to be assailed. What can politicians do?
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Can Andrew Scheer fix the Conservative Party’s diversity problem?

Andrew Scheer must be at the forefront of rebuilding trust between the Conservative Party and racial and religious minorities