Quebec and Ontario both elected new and more conservative governments in 2018. In Inroads 44, Eric Montigny and Zack Taylor examine these elections in the context of broader trends in the politics of the two provinces. Other articles from Quebec explore two important policy areas: Indigenous affairs and the possibility of a guaranteed minimum income. A major section looks at Europe, from the U.K.’s Brexit woes to Turkey’s drift toward electoral authoritarianism via deadlock in Sweden, an unlikely coalition in Italy and Hungary’s populism and machine politics. And in a major review essay, Gareth Morley tackles three books that seek to explain the decline of democracy.