For the first time ever, nearly half the world’s school children in low and middle-income countries will today sit down to eat a school...Read More School meal programs a game changer
In September, at a national forum hosted by the Assembly of First Nations, a number of First Nations chiefs expressed their opposition to the federal government’s Recognition and...Read More Ottawa should abandon flawed Indigenous rights framework
Canadians often refer to their Charter rights and freedoms, but not as much to their Charter values. In recent years, though, Charter values have...Read More The Charter of Rights and Freedoms — and values?
The following is an abridged version of the foreword to former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien’s latest book, My Stories, My Times (Random House Canada)....Read More What can Canada’s former political leaders teach us?
Les appels à l’élaboration de politiques fondées sur des données probantes se sont multipliés au cours des dernières décennies. Les défenseurs de cette approche...Read More Quand un projet pilote heurte des valeurs politiques
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
In less than three years, the Senate of Canada has been significantly renewed — largely as a result of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s decision...Read More How to build on the Senate’s renewal process
In today’s world, Canada’s federal public service is asked to solve increasingly complex and rapidly evolving challenges. To respond effectively, Canadians need an agile...Read More The value of “free agents” inside the public service
Health care systems around the world talk about the importance of being patient centred. This approach is not just “motherhood and apple pie.” It...Read More Health care can’t be patient centred without evidence