For the first time in US history, a man was sentenced last year to six months in prison and had to pay nearly $10,000...Read More Why don’t fake Indigenous art makers go to jail?
The political battle over the federal carbon pricing regime has migrated to the courts. The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal’s recent advisory opinion is the...Read More Carbon tax court references a chapter in fed-prov power struggle
Il y a quelques mois, les chercheurs de la Norman Paterson School of International Affairs de l’Université Carleton, à Ottawa, en partenariat avec iAffairs...Read More Triste bilan pour le Canada sur la scène internationale
Media coverage of the SNC-Lavalin (SNC) story has over-emphasized the claim of interference with the prosecutor’s decision to pursue a criminal prosecution of SNC-Lavalin....Read More Conflicts written into Deferred Prosecution Agreement regime
With the Canadian federal election scheduled to take place by this October, many concerns abound as to how foreign actors might influence how voters...Read More Have we overestimated international disinformation?
Les très courtes consultations publiques entourant le projet de loi no 21 sur la laïcité de l’État viennent de prendre fin. Contrairement à beaucoup...Read More Le PL 21 : risque pour la portée du droit à l’égalité ?
Horses dominated transportation for more than 6,000 years, even after steam-powered automobiles came along in 1769. It was the invention of the internal combustion...Read More The challenge for EVs to disrupt trucks and buses
Back in 1993, Canada made a decision that was little noticed domestically but was felt around the world. In a cost-cutting measure, Canada severed...Read More The UN Industrial Development Organization wants Canada back
(This article has been translated from French.) Health Canada has taken seven years to review the risks posed to pollinators by neonicotinoids. Given global scientific...Read More Neonicotinoids: Canada must stop stalling