Graham Fox was appointed President and CEO of the IRPP in April 2011, and brings to the organization extensive executive-level experience in the fields of politics and public policy. A frequent media analyst, Graham has appeared regularly on CBC News Network, Radio-Canada, CTV NewsNet, TFO and CFRA. His columns and articles have appeared in The Hill Times, the Globe and Mail, the National Post and Policy Options.

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A new beginning

With this, his inaugural issue, it is our pleasure to introduce Policy Options' new editor, Bruce Wallace. A veteran of journalism in Canada and abroad, Bruce comes to us from the Los Angeles Times, where he …

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A roller coaster ride of a year in politics

When it comes to federal politics, the year 2010 should be remembered as having been exactly like a midway roller-coaster ride. There have been many ups and downs, twists and turns, and thrills and frights ”” but …

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A word from the IRPP President

”œThe reinforcement and renovation of Parliamentary and administrative machinery [...] will free Parliament so that it can come to grips with difficult and pressing problems relating to youth, poverty, regional disparities, urban growth, individual welfare, …

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Campaigns and policy

What if we had an election about ideas? Based on what we have seen so far in the precampaign, one could be forgiven for not being too optimistic about the prospect. Recent coverage of federal …

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Ideas for a better Canada

Since its founding in 1988, the Loran Scholar Foundation has been identifying and nurturing young leaders in Canada. While other scholarship foundations reward academic success or athletic ability, the Loran Foundation selects its scholars based …

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Making minority government work

In the October issue of Policy Options, Geoff Norquay asked whether minority governments are the new normal in federal politics and considered Canada's experi- ence with minority governments throughout our history. Using Rhonda Lauret Parkinson …

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Un mot du président de l'IRPP

« Après le renforcement et le rajeunissement des rouages parlementaires et administratifs [...], le Parlement sera en mesure de s'attaquer aux difficiles et urgents problèmes concernant la jeunesse, la pauvreté, les disparités régionales, l'expansion urbaine, …

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