If a Canadian wide-body jet were to crash because of maintenance problems, killing all 400 people on board, it would be seen as a...Read More It would be a deadly mistake to discourage breast cancer screenings
Au Québec, la Société des alcools (SAQ) fait du marketing ciblé pour vendre ses produits alcoolisés, et Loto-Québec utilise l’argent public pour promouvoir le...Read More Alcool, jeu et cannabis : entre promotion et dissuasion
The saga unfolding around former Liberal cabinet minister Jody Wilson-Raybould has been characterized as many things – evidence of the old guard that still...Read More The silence/shame double bind for women in power
A few weeks ago, a judge of the Ontario Court of Justice found James Sears and Leroy St. Germaine, the editor and publisher of...Read More A turning point for misogynist and Islamophobic speech?
En vous promenant dans un quartier ou au centre-ville d’une ville canadienne typique, vous passerez peut-être devant une caméra de circulation ou devant un...Read More Créer des villes intelligentes inclusives
In its 2015 ruling in Carter v. Canada, the Supreme Court of Canada struck down the Criminal Code prohibition against assisted suicide as an unjustified violation of...Read More Making doctors choose between their convictions and their calling
In late 2018, American Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer made an extraordinary comment with potentially serious ramifications for Canada. During a talk on...Read More Is the next big fight over the Northwest Passage coming?
There’s an opportunity to fight climate change that is literally all around us. It’s the road you took to get where you are. It...Read More How infrastructure could build Canada’s clean economy