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The strange case of the missing Aboriginal women

Garth Stevenson asks what purpose an inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women would serve [c]
by Garth Stevenson
 

 
 
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Federal election 2015: The leaders, the issues and the unknowns

Dominic Cardy on the issues, the leaders and the campaigns [Issue 37, 2015]
by Dominic Cardy
 

 

 
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Electoral reform: Here’s the evidence, Mr. Trudeau

Dennis Pilon on why the alternative vote is not real electoral reform [Issue 37, 2015]
by Dennis Pilon
 

 
 
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Silencing Canada’s independent voices

Irwin Block on the threat to the free flow of information [Issue 37, 2015]
by Irwin Block
 

 

 
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Groundhog Day in Ottawa

Reg Whitaker on Ottawa’s stale foreign policy debates [Issue 36, 2015]
by Reg Whitaker
 

 
 
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The left’s “greatest gift to the political right”

Arthur Milner on the problems with public service strikes [Issue 36, 2015]
by Arthur Milner
 

 

 
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Land and schools

The editors introduce the ABORIGINAL CANADA: LAND AND SCHOOLS section of this issue [Issue 36, 2015]
by The editors
 

 
 
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As Ontario goes …

An introduction by Bob Chodos to the ONTARIO AND BEYOND section [Issue 36, 2015]
by Bob Chodos
 

 

 
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Ontario, Quebec and the 2015 federal election

Paul Barber : Looking ahead to the federal election [Issue 36, 2015]
by Paul Barber
 

 
 
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Orange wave to orange crushed?

Nelson Wiseman : The tribulations of the NDP [Issue 36, 2015]
by Nelson Wiseman
 

 

 
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The two-track city

Zack Taylor : Why Ford Nation has survived Rob Ford [Issue 36, 2015]
by Zack Taylor
 

 
 
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Jacques Parizeau’s house of cards

Stéphane Dion reviews Chantal Hébert and Jean Lapierre’s The Morning After [Issue 36, 2015]
by Stéphane Dion
 

 

 
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Political correctness, public intellectuals and the underside of Canadian politics

Henry Milner reviews two books by intellectuals in politics [Issue 36, 2015]
by Henry Milner
 

 
 
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The Senators and the Elephant

AN INTRODUCTION BY BOB CHODOS ON THE SENATE SECTION OF ISSUE 34 [Issue 34, 2013]
by Bob Chodos
 

 

 
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The Mackenzie King of our time

Skilful, cautious and uninspiring, Stephen Harper 
resembles Canada’s longest-serving prime minister [Issue 35, 2014]
by Garth Stevenson
 

 
 
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The age of fundamentalism

An interview with Fatima Houda-Pepin by Alec Castonguay [Issue35, 2014]
by Alec Castonguay
 

 

 
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Legislating secularism in Quebec

Secularism in Quebec. Where does it come from? Where is it going? [Issue 35, 2014]
by Guillaume Rousseau
 

 
 
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Montreal slips away from the PQ

An often overlooked dimension of the 2014 Quebec election is that of metropolis versus hinterland. [Issue 35, 2014]
by Eric Hamovitch