Concerns around federal redistribution are neither new nor unique to Alberta conservatives. Grievances like these even pre-date Canada.
Canada needs to stop conducting “diplomacy on autopilot” with China if it wants to join a burgeoning international effort to check the country’s ambitions, argued David Mulroney, Canada’s former ambassador to China.
About half of Canadians will be looking wistfully toward Iceland where a trial run of a reduced work week has been described as an “overwhelming success” and led to a sea change in the way people do business in the country.
Canada’s courts have not become as politicized as those in the United States. But suggestions that their decisions should be ignored are alarming and bring us further in an American direction.
In this Hub Dialogue, part of our new policy in action series, The Hub’s editor-at-large Sean Speer speaks to Nathaniel Erskine-Smith, the member of parliament for the riding of Beaches-East York in Toronto.
You may imagine that Canada Day came about due to a rich parliamentary debate about how best to celebrate the anniversary of our nation’s birth. In fact, it came about 40 years ago thanks to 13 MPs pulling a fast one on their colleagues.
The Angus Reid Institute poll shows that the percentage of Canadians who think diversity makes the country better is growing in lockstep with the size of Canada’s visible minority population.
In this Hub Dialogue, editor-at-large Sean Speer speaks to Michael Chong, the Conservative shadow minister of foreign affairs.
Can the lure of lottery cash and incentives inject enough enthusiasm to motivate the still-hesitant to line up for their shot? Or are these just stunts that miss the point entirely?
The discovery last month of the remains of 215 Indigenous children buried haphazardly outside the former Kamloops Indian Residential School captured Canada’s attention and once again forced the country to grapple with its long history of residential schools. And it is a long history.