The recent federal election could be a game-changer for organizational gender inequality. The proposed Canada-wide child-care strategy could have a profound impact.
Political parties often weather internal storms. There are many Greens in Canada who are hoping the Green Party can do so too after Annamie Paul’s leadership laid bare serious issues in the party.
Canada’s urban/rural divide in terms of party support is increasingly pronounced. The leader who succeeds in building new support must overcome a powerful long-term trend.
Following the Sept. 20 federal election, an important question must be asked: How is the Canadian electoral process accommodating the country’s increasing linguistic diversity?
The NDP had disappointing results in Québec during the federal election. The party must do some serious introspection.
New research offers a new electoral system that can deliver proportionality and even enhance local representation.
While the outcome of the 2021 federal election offered little in the way of change, it may have left Canada better positioned to make progress on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
While the recent federal election maintained the status quo, there were moments on the campaign trail that reflected the fragility of Canadian democracy.
It’s true that PPC Leader Maxime Bernier failed to get re-elected in his own riding and that the Maverick Party only gained a scattering of votes. But that hardly means populism is defeated in Canada.
Canada’s lack of pharmacare harms health in our communities, strains our health-care system and encumbers our economy. Parliament is out of excuses for not implementing a national drug plan.
Canada has elected another Liberal minority government. Here’s a look at the pros and cons of Canadian minority governments over the years.
Justin Trudeau has been elected Canadian prime minister for the third time. But he failed to win the majority he wanted.
None of the three major political parties ran good campaigns this election. But the Liberals are on track to win again due to COVID-19, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and the PPC’s improving fortunes.
Any time a political bot, or indeed any type of AI in politics, is employed, we need information about how it was created and tested.
There is no easy path to power for any political party without the support of women. Has the CPC narrowed the gender gap with Liberals this election? It’s unlikely.
During an election, political parties gather personal data about Canadian voters. This data collection isn’t regulated, and citizens should be concerned.
The Government of Canada’s investment in its foreign service and broader foreign policy apparatus at GAC requires a significant overhaul and increase in resources.
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Research suggests that expanded access to MAiD tends to benefit people with wealth and privilege, offering them choices and autonomy. At the same time, it puts marginalized people at risk.
The fact that Canadian house prices have risen far beyond rental rates tells us that it’s due to financial factors alone — not a lack of supply. House prices are asset prices.