Leah Levac is an assistant professor in political science at the University of Guelph. Her research focuses on diverse women’s engagement in politics, including in northern contexts in response to resource extraction, and in response to changing public services more broadly.

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Muskrat Falls: “This is not green energy!”

As 14-year-old Saydee Jones walked away from Muskrat Falls, the site of the Lower Churchill Hydroelectric Project in Labrador and most recently the focus of widespread protests, she summed up the evident contradictions underpinning the …

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Social innovation depends on relationship innovation

The world is in dire need of new ways to solve old problems. Increasingly, we turn to social innovation as the response to intractable and enduring public challenges: homelessness, indigenous-settler relations, social exclusion, environmental degradation, …

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