As Canada celebrates its sesquicentennial, it seems an appropriate time to consider what our policy-makers, researchers, and legislators should be focusing on today that...Read More Public Policy toward 2067
In agricultural regions of developing countries, it’s known as the lean season — that dangerous period between planting and harvesting when job opportunities are...Read More Seasonal hunger, deprivation are under the radar
The usual Canadian peace on immigration has been shattered with major proposals from the Conservatives and the Liberals. One Conservative leadership hopeful, Kellie Leitch,...Read More Walking a political tightrope on immigration
As I have been taking a closer look at diversity in Governor in Council and judicial appointments, the gaps in the available data have...Read More How do the feds track diversity of appointments?
The term “radicalization” is used so much these days that people have come to assume that it refers to a single, undifferentiated process that...Read More Forget about “one-size-fits-all” counter-radicalization policies
The Canadian government is set to frame a new model to support the creation, discovery and export of Canadian content in a digital world....Read More Put art-driven data in the Canadian content picture
Last week, Professor Brenda Cossman lamented in the Globe and Mail that the Committee of Inquiry has advised the Canadian Judicial Council to “punish”...Read More Demanding accountability for a judge’s failure