March Madness keeps much of Ottawa up at night. No, not the sports tournament! I’m talking about the spending binge that happens every March...Read More “March Madness” does exist!
As the Trump administration persists with its harsh immigration policy south of the border, calls are mounting for Canada to suspend or rescind the...Read More The future of the Safe Third Country Agreement
The Commons Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics (Ethics committee) released its interim report on the “breach of personal information involving...Read More Protecting our information in the age of data-driven politics
The federal government adamantly refuses to negotiate supply management in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) talks. Perhaps this is because our politicians...Read More Public ahead of politicians on dismantling supply management
Picking a cabinet, settling on a governing style, liaising with the public service and staffing political offices – these are just some of the...Read More How transition teams help incoming governments
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