It is conventional wisdom, repeated by authoritative voices such as the former chief justice of Canada Beverley McLachlin, that Canadians face an access-to-justice (A2J)...Read More Should justice be delivered by AI?
The $7.4-billion Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline project would be an expansion of a pipeline that originates in Alberta and terminates in the heart...Read More Mitigating Kinder Morgan’s impact on BC’s economy and environment
Xenophobic retrenchment has been evident in many societies lately. Anti-immigrant parties have made or consolidated gains in countries such as Hungary, Germany, the Netherlands...Read More Canadian exceptionalism in attitudes toward immigration
Ask any Canadian what “care” means and you will get rapid-fire answers that include words like kindness, love, concern, compassion and attentiveness. We know...Read More We must prioritize caring in health care
Can you imagine being required to show proof of income of $39,000 a year for three years just to be able to have your...Read More Parental sponsorship rules are antifeminist
In September 2017, the Policy Community was launched for the Canadian public service. The momentum to launch stemmed from a 2016 Report to the...Read More A policy community for the federal public service and beyond
The Speech from the Throne on March 19 and the provincial budget on March 28 mark the unofficial start of Ontario’s election campaign. Ontarians...Read More Toward big thinking in the Ontario election
Various criticisms of the recently formed Federation of Black Canadians aren’t a surprise to those of us who have worked on the front lines...Read More Bringing transparency and accountability to community groups