The Canadian Journal of Opinion
Atlantic Canada’s “Good” Pandemic
An introduction to our immigration section of inroads 48
Jon G. Bradley and Sam Allison look at electoral reform in Canada
Given the current political configuration, Liberal leadership of the centre-left toward a more equitable green recovery might seem the best hope.
Compared to Trump, how do Canada's right-wing populists measure up?
The Quebec Liberals missed their chance at a new start
As with so much else, plans had to be changed after the pandemic struck.
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Pro-reform lobby MDN complimented the government for living up to its commitment. However, it also expressed disappointment with some important aspects of Bill 39.
From “Canada is Broken” to “Stronger Together” in one quick step
I don’t have great complaints about how Canada’s various governments handled COVID-19. I do complain that information wasn’t readily available.
The issues surrounding minority government have been matters of much debate in the past decade
Is Quebec’s control over immigration-related policies sufficient to ensure its position as a distinct francophone society?