Late last year the federal government released a report that compiled the opinions of Canadians on a modern regulatory framework for space.
The news industry ought to decide itself how to deal with broader market developments. Politicians should aim to extract themselves from that process. It will ultimately be better for both journalism and politics.
If nobody knows that our films and shows are Canadian, it is impossible to build a category brand around them, no matter how good they are.
Crafting public policy on housing that is simultaneously bold, fast, non-inflationary, and cheap is a daunting undertaking, but there are solutions out there that the government should consider.
Generating deep fake porn of Taylor Swift wasn’t done to celebrate or even idolize her. It was done to humiliate and degrade her, encouraging people to harass her. Some sort of regulation and legal recourse is needed.
To confront the problems caused by low birth rates, we must talk frankly about childbearing, marriage, and even dating. Elite thinkers, public policy experts, and political leaders must get comfortable promoting marriage and increased birth rates as common social goods.
Casey Newton, technology journalist and founder of Newsletter, discusses Silicon Valley, the relationship between platforms and news production, and the future of journalism in the age of big tech.
Overall, I believe the poor state of transparency in defence has largely been counterproductive for the government, resulting in the very outcome they wanted to avoid. Public understanding of the military is at an all-time low.
If we want to understand the violence by Hamas and those who supported it, we have to understand the political motivation behind the attack. For that, we need to understand the mind of Frantz Fanon.
Politicians are eagerly targeting, vilifying, and scapegoating Canada’s largest firms as if they are pariahs. At a time when the investment climate remains incredibly challenging, it’s a dispiriting development in C-suites across the country.