When Policy Options was born in 1980, the team behind the magazine called it, “a plant that grows, putting out roots and leaves in an appropriate environment.” The publication indeed grew, and through the decades brought together an impressive body of analysis and commentary on Canadian public policy. Much of that insight is still relevant to issues before us today. You’ll find the digital archives here. For access to older material in our print-only editions, going back to 2001, click on the following link: Print Edition Archive
January 15, 2021
Cleaning up Ontario’s hydro mess
While the troubled Site C and Muskrat Falls hydroelectric dam projects in B.C. and Newfoundland and Labrador have drawn a great deal of national attention over the past few...
January 13, 2021
Canada can help America recover from Trump
One of the most fundamental responsibilities of the government of Canada is to manage our relationship with the United States. The shocking events surrounding the end of the destructive...