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Is Canada ripe for populism? And is that necessarily bad?

Earnscliffe survey shows that half of voters hold opinions that are preconditions for electing populists. Populism has rapidly become a cultural force causing enormous change in the political landscape of…

Google News Initiative grants Canadian Journalism Foundation $1 million to tackle fake news

Published by Newswire. Click here to read the original. New grant to create tools to better understand how to find and filter online information; 40% of Canadians report difficulty in…

Unscripted: The Serious Stakes for Ukraine’s New Leader

Written by Yaroslav Baran for Policy Magazine. Click here to read the original. In the series Servant of the People, Volodymyr Zelenksiy played Vasyl Petrovych Holoborodko, a school teacher who becomes…

Why expand the cooling-off period for public office holders?

Written by Etienne Rainville, Tom Jarmyn Originally published in Policy Options. Click here to read the original. It’s not clear how the public interest is served by the Ethics Commissioner’s…

Canadians Have Trust Issues with Politicians

We may trust the ones we vote for, but rarely politicians in general Canadians heard the prime minister talk recently about an “erosion of trust” between a minister and his…

How Will the 116th Congress Drive the Conversation?

Published on January 11, 2019 in Policy Magazine. Click here to read the original. The results of the 2018 United States midterm elections altered the power dynamic in Washington by…

Election 2019, the Conservatives: Challenges and Opportunities

Published January 2019 in Policy Magazine. Click here to read the original. The Conservative Party of Canada went into the 2015 election campaign with a significant disadvantage against the young…

How Politics Can Pack a Punch on Your Business

Originally published in Business Advisor. Click here to read the original. It’s a typical afternoon in a typical work week in March 2017, when all of a sudden, popping up…

The U.S. Mid-Terms and the Future of Canada-U.S. Relations

The U.S. mid-terms and the future of Canada-U.S. relations  The U.S. mid-term elections are second in importance only to the presidential election every four years.  Up for grabs last week…

Evaluating the 2018 U.S. Midterms with Sarah Goldfeder and Laura Dawson

On today’s Global Exchange Podcast, CGAI Vice President Colin Robertson sits down with CGAI Fellow Sarah Goldfeder and CGAI Advisory Council Member Laura Dawson to discuss last week’s midterm election…
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