The Conservative Party of Canada is poised to elect a new leader. This decision will change Canada’s public policy landscape and affect Canadians across...Read More A Bernier Conservative party: “Reasonable” and “Mad”?
Le verdict est tombé comme un couperet au congrès de Québec solidaire dimanche dernier : non à toute alliance électorale avec le Parti québécois !...Read More Que cache le refus de Québec solidaire ?
Do homeless people vote? Although they are citizens of Canada, the political participation of homeless people has rarely been considered. The health of our...Read More Greater electoral access for the homeless
As we approach the election of a new leader of the Conservative Party of Canada this weekend, this is an opportune moment to examine...Read More Policy-making and the Conservative Party
Section 33 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, known as the “notwithstanding clause,” has just about acquired the status of a zombie...Read More Saskatchewan’s Brad Wall and the rehabilitation of the Charter
Canadian trade is at a crossroads. Rising economic anxieties combined with challenges to the global multilateral trade framework have necessitated a re-evaluation of Canadian trade...Read More Canadian trade policy at a risky crossroads
Budget 2017 proposes to replace the User Fees Act of 2004 with a streamlined new “Service Fees Act.” Both acts cover government fees charged...Read More The pendulum swing on government service fees
Avec des ventes de plus de 26 milliards de dollars en 2015, l’industrie de la transformation alimentaire est le secteur manufacturier le plus important...Read More La transformation alimentaire :
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