Article synopsis: Provides background information on research director in the Prime Minister Office Mark Cameron and Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff including religious affiliations. The article also discusses Irshad Manji, a Muslim feminist and activist from Toronto who spoke on the importance of the ijtihad, which in Islamic law, the independent or original interpretation of problems not precisely covered by the Quran
Article synopsis: Discusses the Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff’s new “coalition” with the Conservative Party. In addition, the article talks about the annual Mel Smith Lecture held at Trinity Western University where Deb Grey, a Reform/Canadian Alliance Member of Parliament spoke on "Power, Parliament and Preston Manning". The article also briefly discusses the upcoming Manning Networking Conference in March.
Article synopsis: Provides an analysis on the concept of centre-right power-sharing, consensus, collaboration between the leaders of the Canadian Council of Churches (CCC) and Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC), on one hand, and Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff.
Article synopsis: Discusses Lynn McDonald, then the MP for Toronto Broadview-Greenwood and her evangelical roots. The article also discusses the Op-Ed proposal from the Opposition Leader’s office by John McKay, the Scarborough-Guildwood Liberal MP and designated for Michael Ignatieff to connect with evangelical Christians.
Article synopsis: Discusses from a politically co-operative perspective hopeful words spoken from both Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Opposition Leader Michael Ignatief. In addition, the article discusses Harper's interest in global issues related to the health of mothers and children.
Article synopsis: Discusses the Canada at 150 "thinkers" conference in Montreal where Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff spoke on a new style of democracy and taking a collaborative approach. The article then goes on to discuss collaborative goverance within a Canadian context.