Today, on World Refugee Day, Canadians might see yet another news story about the traumas of young Central American girls and boys being separated...Read More Canada is turning its back on Central American refugees
Incoming Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s platform commitments present the new Progressive Conservative government with a complicated fiscal situation. There will be lost revenues if...Read More Will Doug Ford’s promises exacerbate Ontario’s problems?
The current President of the United States won his election thanks to Mexico. In June 2015, on the night he launched his campaign, he...Read More Canada, Mexico need to stand up for the hemisphere
Since the intensification of Myanmar’s violence against the Rohingya in August 2017, more than 700,000 Rohingya refugees have fled to Bangladesh; 43,000 are feared...Read More Canada’s response to Rohingya crisis falls short
Over the last decade, predictive statistical models have emerged that can uncover private traits about individuals without their consent. These traits, such as personality...Read More Block the parties from predicting voters’ private traits
Dans un précédent article d’Options politiques, nous avons présenté notre analyse des résultats de sondages menés au cours de cinq campagnes électorales, et établi...Read More Les sondages influencent-ils le comportement des électeurs ?
In April, Senator Peter Harder, the Trudeau government’s representative in the Senate, shared the government’s agenda for the upper chamber. His paper aims to...Read More Safeguarding the independence of the Senate
Unlike the partisan and relatively docile “old” Senate of the past, the “new” Senate is becoming a political force to be reckoned with in...Read More In favour of a Senate business committee