A burning question for observers of the SNC-Lavalin affair is whether former cabinet ministers Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott, who publicly opposed actions of...Read More The stifling conformity of party discipline
The first ISIL recruit I interviewed, in 2014 in Delft, the Netherlands, was a 22-year-old woman who had become an ISIL bride after being...Read More What is gained by stripping ISIL returnees of citizenship?
Former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould noted in her opening statement on the SNC-Lavalin affair before the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights, on...Read More Truth and power in the SNC-Lavalin affair
What were the highlights of the 2019 federal budget? Policy Options editor-in-chief Jennifer Ditchburn, IRPP research directors Colin Busby and Natalia Mishagina, and Veldon Coburn of...Read More Budget 2019 analysis live from the lockup
To run and seek office is an act of courage. I was brave enough to do it in high school at Winston Churchill Collegiate...Read More Good policymaking requires women around the table
An estimated one in seven Canadians has a criminal record, and while the government’s new bill to expedite suspensions of criminal records for simple...Read More Criminal records have become a lifelong stigma
Commençons par le début avant de tout oublier. Le drame de SNC-Lavalin se fabrique, se tisse entre 2000 et 2012. En apparence, ce sont...Read More Le fiasco SNC-Lavalin : crime, culture, gouvernance?
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on February 28 that Canada would join the United States in its Lunar Gateway project, becoming the first international...Read More Maple moon rising: a gateway to better Canada-US relations?