Internet free speech is not typically an issue associated with trade agreements, but a somewhat overlooked provision in the newly minted US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)...Read More Why the USMCA will enhance online free speech in Canada
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shuffled several cabinet positions in July, including the fisheries portfolio. Jonathan Wilkinson, MP for North Vancouver, BC, is now the...Read More Will new fisheries minister respect salmon science?
When the verdict was handed down in the Gerald Stanley trial, it immediately seemed to me to be wrong on the law. I had...Read More Can Canadian lit help us explain the Boushie tragedy?
It’s been more than five years since the Rana Plaza building in Dhaka, Bangladesh, collapsed, killing more than 1,100 people. Most were women working...Read More Bangladesh’s garment workers need Canada to do its part
À la fin août, j’ai participé en Finlande à une réunion de représentants de projets pilotes sur le revenu de base qui sont menés...Read More L’annulation du projet pilote ontarien sur le revenu de base suscite l’indignation
Fostering social participation — defined as involvement in activities that provide interactions with others in the community — is crucial not only for allowing...Read More Social participation is critical to seniors’ health
To many observers, the verdict in the Gerald Stanley trial was wholly unsatisfactory. From the outside, an acquittal in the shooting death of the...Read More Transparency around jurors, verdicts would help trial fairness
As digital data about people grows, journalists are increasingly turning to social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook to find information. One trend...Read More When journalists report social media as public opinion
We will never know precisely what happened in the moments before a bullet from Gerald Stanley’s gun killed Colten Boushie in August 2016. At...Read More The forensic failures of the Stanley trial