For the first time ever, child care is a central policy plank in the programs of all three major parties in the Ontario election...Read More Child care in the Ontario election
The phrase “a Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian” was first used during the 2015 election, in the context of ensuring Canadian citizens...Read More Why benefits of citizenship aren’t always equal
For too long, culture, science and diplomacy have suffered from neglect in Canada. Yes, they share a high-toned reputation, but they have been widely...Read More Rediscovering Canada’s undervalued statecraft tools
Dans un précédent article d’Options politiques, nous avons présenté notre analyse des résultats de sondages menés au cours de cinq campagnes électorales, et établi...Read More Les sondages influencent-ils le comportement des électeurs ?
From the fight against the Northern Gateway pipeline to the anti-fracking protests involving Elsipogtog First Nation and the Idle No More movement, Canadian surveillance...Read More Canada’s surveillance of Indigenous movements
Tens of thousands of people marched in Spain in April, protesting for three days over a court’s failure to convict five men of the...Read More A global uprising against rape case injustices
In April, Senator Peter Harder, the Trudeau government’s representative in the Senate, shared the government’s agenda for the upper chamber. His paper aims to...Read More Safeguarding the independence of the Senate
There was little surprise when the Assembly of First Nations, at its Special Chiefs Assembly in early May, called on the government of Canada...Read More Feds must allow First Nations to tax, regulate cannabis