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An earlier version of this article appeared in the winter 2009 edition of the magazine, Nouvelles CSQ. It was translated from the French by Frances Boylston.
Playing fast and loose with parliamentary conventions has weakened responsible government
Bob Chodos introduces the following articles on education in Issue 25
Are the governor general’s reserve powers a safeguard of democracy?
Why the Liberals should maintain their commitment to environmental innovation despite the party’s October rout.
Ignatieff has distanced himself from the coalition. As he should, argues Janice MacKinnon.
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Peter Dinsdale on the disappointment at the failure of Michael Ignatieff to grapple with the complexities of urban Aboriginal reality.
Canadian politics after the election, the near-coalition and the change in Liberal leadership.
Why are Canadian and other soldiers dying to support a government that denies women the freedom to control their own bodies?
Shortly after 9/11, George W. Bush declared, in apocalyptic tones, a “Global War on Terror” (GWOT). The term prevailed until Barack Obama took office.
There’s a certain recklessness in this stick-it-to-the-man-and-the-big-corporations attitude. Why pay when you can get stuff free?
Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside has been a famous hellhole for years. How can it be fixed? Arthur Milner has some ideas.