Podcast
Trudeau with G20 Summit leaders. Image: White House/Flickr
Victoria Fenner | Martin Lukacs' new book is launched in Vancouver featuring a stellar panel of activists discussing the Trudeau legacy.
Blog
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Thomas Woodley | The tragic mosque attack in Christchurch, New Zealand should serve as a kick in the pants for the Trudeau government to take action to combat Islamophobia in Canada.
Blog
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Marie Aspiazu | In a big win for the Internet, the new version of the TPP suspends many of the controversial provisions included in previous versions.
News
Photo: British High Commission, Ottawa/flickr
Karl Nerenberg | The Conservatives chose Andrew Scheer as a compromise, supposedly inoffensive candidate, as they did Joe Clark in 1976. But Scheer would mean a return to Harper policies Canadians rejected in 2015.
News
Screenshot from 2017 Conservative leadership debate in Toronto/CPAC
Karl Nerenberg | It will be a big weekend in Canadian federal politics. The Conservatives will get a new leader, while the NDP leadership candidates will debate each other in Sudbury.
Blog
Marie Aspiazu | Corporate greed has insatiable thirst and so, lobbyists are gathering in Toronto to try and resurrect the infamous TPP. But we are not going to let that happen, so here's the plan.
News
A Roma boy in Toronto
Karl Nerenberg | The Liberals have made many salutary changes in Canadian refugee policy, but they continue the practice of identifying potential refugees abroad and blocking them.
Blog
David Christopher | As Toronto hosts two days of high-level TPP talks in an undisclosed location, civil society groups warn that TPP cannot be the basis for Canada's future trade relationships
News
From left: Diane Lebouthiller, Ralph Goodale, Jody Wilson-Raybould, Jane Philpott, Bill Blair
Karl Nerenberg | The Liberal government finally introduced its pot legalization legislation, which contains many law-and-order measures to placate the many who are concerned about the impact of legal dope.
News
Photo: Canadian Shield, by Karl Nerenberg
Karl Nerenberg | During the last election campaign, the Trudeau Liberals promised an ombudsperson to keep tabs on Canadian extractive industry companies operating abroad. They have not yet acted on that promise.
Blog
Yves Engler | 1,000 Canadian military personnel, a naval vessel and fighter jets will soon be on Russia’s border. Canada is participating in a “game” of brinksmanship that could end badly.
Blog
Wikimedia image Bill C-51 protest, labeled for reuse
Maya Bhullar | An interview with Tom Henheffer of Canadian Journalists for Free Expression