These are turbulent times for international trade, with an America-first president threatening to rip up NAFTA, a UK that is leaving the European Union,...Read More Look to the Commonwealth to diversify trade
L’actualité récente bruisse des effets et incidences de l’intelligence artificielle (IA) sur l’emploi, la finance, la santé, le droit, etc. Il convient bien entendu...Read More L’IA et nos principes de justice fondamentale
It’s been a long time coming, but the federal government is expected to unveil national accessibility laws this spring. Similar legislation in other jurisdictions,...Read More Who benefits from accessible infrastructure?
Canada’s report to Parliament for 2016-17 on what’s known as official development assistance, or ODA, is a 146-page tome about the government’s commitment to...Read More Development assistance and violence against women
Windows of opportunity for transformative change are rare and can close suddenly. The saga of Bill C-69 is a case in point. The Trudeau...Read More Environmental assessment Bill is a lost opportunity
L’éducation risque d’être au cœur de la prochaine campagne électorale québécoise, alors que les principaux partis proposent tous des réformes majeures pour répondre à...Read More Revoir le financement public des écoles privées : une réforme complexe
Among its publicly announced objectives for a renewed North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the Canadian government says it hopes to “ensure no NAFTA...Read More Will NAFTA parties trade away environmental protections?
A day after the US Thanksgiving holiday in November 2016, the US Lumber Coalition filed petitions for countervailing and antidumping duties against Canadian lumber...Read More Learning from the 2017 softwood lumber dispute
Food plays an important role in the health of all Canadians. Our food systems are closely intertwined with our economy, environment and physical, social...Read More The rise of food policy councils in Canada