In the past six years, my feminist credo, and that of my prime minister, has been challenged. We have both been confronted by the realities of what it means to be a woman in the workplace.
Governing is about making choices, but if this budget can be defined as anything it is everything. No one has been left out.
The sales pitch for the plan involves the promise of low user fees for families. Yet, the proposed national system is structurally opposed to equity for all families
A combination of new generations, new challenges and unexpected events are bound to threaten previous intellectual advances.
Public trust in government institutions is in freefall
The key difference in this debate is between those who would maximize flexibility for working parents and those who would build an entirely new one-size-fits-all institution for the care of children
While Canadians should welcome good news, these latest numbers should not mask the underlying weaknesses of the Canadian economy
We know the sticker price, but we rarely know what we’re actually getting or what we might have gotten instead.
Anyone comparing CNN and Fox News will find it hard to believe they are evaluating the same facts to come up with polar opposites of the truth
Back in the immediacy of the populist moment in 2016, there was a brief window when academic, business, media and political elites seemed to recognize that they had drifted too far from ordinary citizens in their societies. These early developments, however, failed to sustain themselves