Canada’s inaugural attendance at the East Asia Summit (EAS) marked a decent beginning for the country’s renewed engagement with Southeast Asia. Prime Minister Justin...Read More Ottawa must now develop a solid ASEAN strategy
Online bots scan social media sites and then send out automatic messages to users. Political parties use them to get their messages out. So...Read More The role of online bots in electoral politics
Saskatchewan’s new climate change strategy, called Prairie Resilience, doesn’t include a carbon price — and that’s no surprise. The province has maintained its strident...Read More How Saskatchewan’s climate change strategy falls short
Canadian policy-makers need to be aware that the country is not as comfortable with official secularism as many might expect. That’s not to imply...Read More Giving voice to religion might create a better Canada
“Whereas Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the rule of law.” Constitution Act, 1982. The inclusion of “God”...Read More Religion, multiculturalism and the public square
Everyone knows that the Senate delays government legislation — don’t we? Well, no, we don’t. In fact, the House of Commons tends to take...Read More Senate delays are just another urban myth
Although electoral reform continues to be a live issue in Canada at both the federal and provincial levels (notably in British Columbia, Quebec and...Read More What would proportional representation mean for Canada?