Unless you’re planning on living off the grid in Algonquin Park or moving out of the province by 2028, you will be materially worse off under the Liberals’ Fair Hydro Plan than had the party just left bad enough alone
May 25, 2017
The next party leader needs to prove the Tories have evolved, or they’ll increasingly look like a reactionary rump to most Canadian voters
May 25, 2017
The big (and expensive) birthday bash is entirely fitting for a city like this
May 20, 2017
Ottawa’s decision to put Canada Infrastructure Bank on Bay Street only adds to the rising sense of concern
May 18, 2017
Condos have evolved into city states engulfed in civil war, where the dream of hassle-free ownership turns into a living hell
May 17, 2017
The plan to screen immigrants for Australian values represents a crass U-turn for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
May 13, 2017
Canadian company’s defence of LafargeHolcim doesn’t sit well with minority shareholders
May 11, 2017
The wall of support for Bombardier is crumbling, and the family-controlled firm may be finally getting the message
May 09, 2017
The traditional alternation of power between centre-left and centre-right presidents has been swept away by something entirely new, and dangerous
May 07, 2017
One of the most fascinating political figures of his generation, Emmanuel Macron has broken all the rules
May 05, 2017
Columnist Konrad Yakabuski writes on politics, policy and business for The Globe and Mail’s Comment section and Report on Business. He was a 2014 National Newspaper Award finalist in the column writing category.
Konrad previously worked as The Globe's chief U.S. political writer, based in Washington, covering all aspects of the American political scene up to and including the 2012 presidential election campaign.
Prior to joining the Washington bureau in 2009, he was based in The Globe's Montreal bureau and wrote on Quebec business, politics and culture for more than a decade. Before that, he worked as a political reporter at Le Devoir. He began his journalism career at the Toronto Star.
Konrad holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from McGill University and a Master of Science in Business Administration degree from the University of British Columbia.