Former U.S. attorney general Janet Reno formally declared her candidacy in the 2002 Florida gubernatorial election. Should she win the Democratic nomination, she would almost certainly run against Republican incumbent Jeb Bush, who played a key role in legal battles surrounding voter irregularities in last November’s protracted presidential election.
The question is not “Does Ottawa matter?” (Cover, Sept. 3). The question is “Do the provinces matter?” The persistent animosity among the provinces, between the provinces and the federal government, and between the provinces and their municipalities, suggests there must be a better way.
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