Erin Crandall is an associate professor of politics at Acadia University. She publishes on Canadian judicial politics and election law. Her work has appeared in the Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique, and Public Policy and Administration, among other publications.

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Judicial diversity and the Harper government

The Harper government’s approach to judicial appointments has been the subject of much criticism. While there are many episodes to choose from, without question one of the most controversial came as a consequence of the …

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