In this five-part series, Amanda Lang conducts in-depth interviews with experts and former policymakers, and puts it all in perspective for the average Canadian.
Vote-splitting on the political centre and the Right could help Olivia Chow sweep to power in Toronto on Monday. The sheer number of candidates may be the only unifying theme of the byelection.
Premier Smith and her colleagues in other provinces ought to recommit themselves to protecting their legislative authority from federal intrusion. That starts with saying no to new attempts to use the federal spending power.
Besieged on all sides over LGBTQ policy, New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs puts his faith in public opinion
With a recent change to LGBTQ policy in schools, New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs took an onslaught of criticism from opposition parties and the national media and even sparked a slow-burning rebellion in his own party’s ranks.
‘Breakdown in process’ or ‘colossal failure?’ Whatever happened, Trudeau’s national security advisor says it’s fixed
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s national security advisor admitted on Thursday that something went wrong with how the government handles reports from intelligence agencies but denied opposition claims that it was a wide-ranging systemic failure of Canada’s government machinery.
The Hub’s editor-at-large Sean Speer spoke with Ian Brodie, the former chief of staff to Stephen Harper, for some insight into how governments handle classified and top secret information.
Canada can learn from the British intelligence agency MI5 about how to handle intimidation campaigns against citizens and politicians, said a Canadian MP who has endured such a campaign against himself and his family.
How much do affordability and public safety matter to urban voters? Toronto’s mayoral byelection could be a big test
The race for the next mayor of Toronto is wide open. Public safety and affordability are considered to be major issues that will help determine who wins the June byelection to succeed Tory.
Dropping the fiscal anchor, beefing up supply chain security, and other budget ideas for Chrystia Freeland
As Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland prepares to unveil the federal budget today, Canadians can expect a budget that is constrained by rising prices and the interest rate hikes intended to battle them.
The latest data from Statistics Canada measuring the size of Canada’s economy through to the end of 2022 shows we have shifted down to a lower growth path—and one that might be felt for years to come or potentially even be permanent.