When we talk about democratic reform, as we will be talking in the months and years ahead as a result of this landmark election, we absolutely must include the reform of the newspaper in Canada.
Frontline workers are reporting that a tough-on-crime strategy has not made our communities safer. In fact, the Harper government has moved the country in the opposite direction.
Last time, in August, Trudeau let Harper off the hook when he chose to turn fire on his fellow opposition leader. What will he do this time?
The Harper government's strategy is leaving us more and more in the dark about ourselves, by reducing the amounts of official information we have and weakening its reliability.
Some key changes to Canada's election rules since 2006, and what to do about them.
Just before the annual orgy of Canada Day self-celebration this year, the Pew Research Center released a shocking poll result, revealing that over one-third of Canadians supported the use of torture.
Canada's current recession would have been avoided had Stephen Harper abandoned austerity in favour of a growth-oriented fiscal expansionary policy. Bottom line: this is a Harper recession.
We can bring about change by getting organized in our communities and we can start with all of us taking the voter pledge right now.
The evidence is mounting that Canada's economy may already be in an outright recession. Yet Conservatives return repeatedly to their touchstone: never mind the economy -- we balanced the budget.
With the conclusion of last week's UN Bonn conference on climate change, what will it take to reach a fair and ambitious agreement this winter at the COP21 Paris negotiations?