During the promotional tour this fall for my book on the history of the Parliamentary Press Gallery, Power, Prime Ministers and the Press: The...Read More Fake news is as old as Confederation
Some years ago, I wrote a book about the physical, spatial needs of democracy, comparing parliamentary and city layouts in 11 cities around the...Read More A cautionary tale from Australia’s parliament buildings
If you write about controversial stuff, you are bound to get a bit of hate mail. I get hate mail. Some of it is...Read More Vaccines, public trust and learning from my hate mail Column by Timothy Caulfield
By the end of 2018, when the Christmas lights are twinkling around Parliament Hill, the doors to Centre Block will close for at least...Read More Why aren’t we talking about the Parliament Hill reno?
L’élection historique du 1er octobre dernier au Québec a montré que les campagnes agissent sur la prise de décision de nombreux électeurs, mais qu’elles ne...Read More Communication électorale sans originalité, résultat surprenant
Internet free speech is not typically an issue associated with trade agreements, but a somewhat overlooked provision in the newly minted US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)...Read More Why the USMCA will enhance online free speech in Canada
When the verdict was handed down in the Gerald Stanley trial, it immediately seemed to me to be wrong on the law. I had...Read More Can Canadian lit help us explain the Boushie tragedy?
As digital data about people grows, journalists are increasingly turning to social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook to find information. One trend...Read More When journalists report social media as public opinion