Les mesures d’aide aux médias d’information canadiens annoncées le 21 novembre dans l’Énoncé économique de l’automne 2018 suscitent des débats sur leur pertinence, mais aussi...Read More Aide aux médias canadiens : soutenir qui, pourquoi et comment ?
The Ontario government’s proposed cuts to French-language services have elicited significant political backlash, including from within Progressive Conservative ranks and from the anglophone community...Read More Ford’s false logic on minority-language services
The dominant trend in news consumption across western democracies is that consumers increasingly obtain information about the world through social networks rather than consuming...Read More Not all news consumers worry about journalistic values
The federal government’s $595-million package to help news media, announced in the 2018 fall economic update, is a real opportunity that could catalyze growth...Read More What does Ottawa’s journalism plan mean for news innovation?
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?