The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) appointed a task force in 2018, led by Regina Police Chief Evan Bray, to consider Canada’s...Lire le texte Why aren’t we tougher on “assault-style” firearms?
The 2015 federal election was Canada’s first after the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 calls to action. Four years later, both the public discourse...Lire le texte Crown-Indigenous relations in Canada
New technologies follow a fairly predictable cycle: First comes the hype, then disappointment, followed finally by measured and thoughtful acceptance. Artificial intelligence (AI) is...Lire le texte Start governing AI now, with some early limits
In recent months, Barrick Gold Corp. has been moving quickly to redefine itself and the highly competitive gold industry. But as it acts on...Lire le texte Should corporate law shape boards of directors?
The federal government recently said it would spend $2 billion over the next 24 years on Canada’s space program. It also announced plans to...Lire le texte Ask Canadians what kind of space program they want
Parliament in the United Kingdom has passed legislation allowing MPs caring for new babies to nominate a colleague to vote on their behalf. This...Lire le texte Why can’t we have parent-friendly Parliaments?
Governments have been hearing for decades about how they should change to keep pace with an increasingly digital society. Public servants are urged to...Lire le texte Embrace the unknowable: Four digital-age strategies for governments