Proposals in Alberta and Quebec are starting to nip at the fabric of our constitutional order and are attempting to force a constitutional crisis for flagrantly political ends.
As we celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day, we can recognize the dark and the shiny parts of our past. The principles of the original Indigenous-European relationships provide a model we should draw on today.
‘An increasingly intense rivalry’: Foreign policy expert Aaron Friedberg on why decoupling from China is a costly but necessary decision
Princeton professor Aaron Friedberg joins Hub Dialogues to discuss why integration with China did not lead to its liberalization, the rising importance of economic blocs in geopolitics, and why arrogance may be China’s fatal flaw.
This episode of Frum Dialogues features discussion on the growing concerns about stagflation, rising interest rates in Canada and the United States, and the collapse of cryptocurrencies.
After Bill Morneau’s speech, some inside the party are asking whether there’s room for Blue Liberals in the red tent anymore.
How a system functions has more to do with how its governed than with the policy ideas in play. Implementation failure, constraints, and incentives all fall under the larger umbrella of governance.
Freeland battles the inflation fire: The Hub Roundtable on the government’s response to our economic troubles
This week’s Hub Dialogue Roundtable discusses Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland’s speech this week to the Empire Club in Toronto where she announced measures in response to growing inflation. Will it work?
Italy’s Abruzzo region, on the coast of the Adriatic, has the twin most desirable moderating characteristics of a Mediterranean wine-producing region: altitude and coastline.
More than a third of Canadians say they are struggling to cope financially due to surging gas prices in the country, according to a recent poll conducted for The Hub.
The lesson for Canadian officials and the public should be clear. Other things equal, “easy money” policies cause consumer prices to rise, just as they teach in economics textbooks.