Every election, sans faute, much ink is spilled trying to declare the “ballot box question.” What is the burning issue that will decide how...Read More What do the media know about the ballot box question?
To construct its new Arctic and Northern Policy Framework, the Trudeau government endeavoured to move beyond consultation and into co-development and consensus with Indigenous,...Read More A better road map needed for Arctic and Northern policy framework
The 2019 federal election just got more complicated, as the issue of medical assistance in dying (MAiD) has been thrust back into the news...Read More Parliament should not wait to act on assisted dying ruling
The global security environment is in a dynamic state. Renewed competition between great powers threatens stability. Brinksmanship between US President Donald Trump and Iran’s...Read More As the nuclear arms race heats up, Canada’s got a critical role to play
Over the past half century, Hollywood’s silver screen has elevated journalists into the pantheon of popular culture. From the legendary All the President’s Men...Read More Professional standards in journalism are still critical
Fifteen years ago, author and business executive Tim O’Reilly coined the term “Web 2.0” to describe a new wave of networked communication and information...Read More Will Scheer or Trudeau have an alt-right Internet problem?
The four years between elections is time enough for the resources, technology and tactics available to both the media and the political parties to...Read More Four things to watch in the media’s 2019 election coverage
C’ est un cliché, mais le paysage médiatique est en constante transformation. Les médias d’information sont en perte de vitesse partout dans le monde,...Read More Le déclin des médias et le rapport des partis à l’électorat