With the onset of the surveillance age, the electronic documentation of the human experience is everywhere. Sports programs use instant replay and/or photo finishes...Lire le texte Tracking the faulty logic of sexual assault trials
Le 150e anniversaire du Canada est l’occasion pour nous tous de réfléchir. Quelles leçons pouvons-nous tirer du passé ? Que pouvons-nous améliorer ? L’économie canadienne a le...Lire le texte Une nouvelle économie et une transition juste pour les travailleurs
If I had to count the number of times I have heard that we need to “lift Indigenous people out of poverty” and “make...Lire le texte An offshore deal for Indigenous people?
On January 11, 2017, David Moscrop told us that we need to understand “how different people see the world,” in order to “combat” populism...Lire le texte Populism threatens socialists, not civilization
The release of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) 94 Calls to Action prompted many Canadian post-secondary institutions to re-examine the ways in which they...Lire le texte Post-secondary education and reconciliation
Under Canada’s previous minister of foreign affairs, the government launched a process to consider incorporating penalties for human rights abuses into federal sanctions law...Lire le texte More sanctions is the wrong tool for human rights protection
The Alberta power system is set for radical transformation between now and 2030. According to the Climate Leadership Plan, the province will end all...Lire le texte Refuelling Alberta coal plants with biomass