Opinion

Craig Robertson/Postmedia Network Patrick Brown, leader of the PC party of Ontario, says he does not want to scrap sex ed on Tuesday.

Politicians should get to change their minds

Patrick Brown was once opposed to same-sex marriage and the province's new sex-ed curriculum. Now he's in favour of both. He says his positions have "evolved" but to many critics, he's an opportunistic flip-flopper who was neither on the right side of history nor true to his convictions.

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Middle class status mostly state of mind

The middle class remains the prize for any politician who wants to be elected, as that ­strata of ­society is believed to be the largest, the broadest and the most representative of any nation's values and aspirations.