The Federal Court found on Tuesday that the Trudeau government’s 2022 use of the Emergencies Act against the self-declared “Freedom Convoy” violated Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Universities across Canada are staring down budget deficits and are increasingly reliant on international students. But the federal government is signalling the tap will be turned off.
A China slump and another President Trump?: Foreign affairs experts break down 2024's geopolitical hotspots
We can’t predict what MPs will focus on when they get back to policymaking, but here’s what foreign affairs experts think they need to address immediately.
Quebec Premier Francois Legault was once seen as the most popular premier in Canada. Today he may be the least popular and support for his CAQ party has fallen sharply.
Extreme cold weather has rolled into Western Canada, increasing the risk of rolling blackouts in Alberta. Record-breaking temperatures have dipped below -45 C. Albertans were urged to immediately turn off lights and hold off on using dishwashers or charging their electric vehicles.
On December 29th, 2023, South Africa filed an 84-page application with the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against Israel, claiming the state is committing genocide in Gaza. Here are five tweets that illustrate the reaction abroad and at home.
In the nineties, social conservative MPs made up an important part of the Liberal Party caucus. Today, they play a minimal role both in the caucus and among its electorate.
Thirty years ago this month, a controversial economics paper was released that challenged one of the core traditions of the Christmas season: the practice of gift giving. Is it a purely a utilitarian exercise that can be weighed up in economic terms to determine if presents are actually worth the money, time, and effort?
A study conducted by SecondStreet.org indicates that in 2022–23, a five-year high of 17,032 Canadian patients died while waiting for medical procedures, some of which could have saved lives.
In a recent Hub Dialogues this week, Rudyard Griffiths and Sean Speer unpacked The Hub’s progress in this past year, highlighted how the site has grown, and discussed what The Hub has in store for the future. Here are three key insights from their discussion.