Jean Chretien

Jean Chretien in Brampton, Ont., Sept. 14, 2021. (Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press)

Jean Chrétien chides Justin Trudeau over slow efforts to free the two Michaels

Politics Insider for Oct. 25, 2021: The Liberals get called out; Jason Kenney’s in trouble; and Alberta’s new mayors talk shop
PMs Trudeau and Jean Chretien speak with supporters in Brampton. September 14, 2021. (Courtesy of Adam Scotti/LPC)

Why Jean Chrétien was addressing that (un-distanced) crowd in Brampton

Election Image of the Day: It’s get-out-the-vote time, when the political stars of yore come out and—evidently—when COVID precautions get thrown to the wind
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The Liberal Party and the rule of law

Shannon Gormley: The striking similarities between what some Liberals say about China and what some Liberals say about SNC-Lavalin
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Chrétien’s China and Trudeau’s

Paul Wells: Why is logic that is so obvious to the Chrétien wing of the party so unpersuasive to Trudeau’s government? A few theories.
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The real election threat is China

Terry Glavin: Ottawa has been focused on cyber-meddling. But consider the case of John McCallum for a glimpse at a more present danger.
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Whose side is Jean Chrétien on?

Terry Glavin: As China wages a political attack on Canada, the former PM’s interventions give cover to Beijing—and to Meng Wanzhou’s lawyers
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What Jean Chrétien has done to Canada on the Meng Wanzhou case

Terry Glavin: Why does Beijing think the Trudeau government can simply shuck off the U.S. and free the Huawei exec? Because a certain former PM keeps saying so.
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Jean Chrétien on why he’s leaving Ottawa

The former PM sat down with Paul Wells for a live interview on Tuesday, ending on a melancholy note about ending five decades in the capital
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Jean Chrétien in conversation with Paul Wells: Maclean’s Live

The former PM sits down for a candid chat with one of Canada’s best political analysts. Watch it here.
Roy Romanow, Jean Chretien et Roy McMurtry.

Chretien, Romanow and McMurtry attack Ford’s use of the notwithstanding clause

’We condemn his actions and call on those in his cabinet and caucus to stand up to him. History will judge them by their silence.’