political studies News Archive
Global: Donald Trump, world leaders willing to talk to North Korea about giving up nukes. That likely won’t happen
November 10, 2017 —
“A lot of things would have to happen and I’m not sure any of them are possible at this moment,” said Andrea Charron
November 9, 2017 —
The Governor General is supposed to be an impartial point of loyalty and pride for all Canadians.
October 24, 2017 —
Prof Royce Koop weighs in
September 13, 2017 —
Professor Emeritus Paul Thomas, political studies, wrote the following op-ed for CBC. It was originally published on Sept. 12, 2017.
September 12, 2017 —
A study by political scientists Andrea Rounce and Karine Levasseur at the University of Manitoba in 2015 showed public sector workers tend to vote on the left,
Hill Times: Defence minister’s ex-parliamentary secretary says Canada should join ballistic missile defence
August 30, 2017 —
Andrea Charron said the Defence Committee should hear from “people to explain to them how exactly how difficult it is, how unproven it is, how expensive it can be” to pursue ballistic missile defence.
June 16, 2017 —
Public servants are an integral aspect of governing and delivering many public goods.
June 5, 2017 —
Conceiving parliamentary democracy as simply a game in which there are winners and losers trivializes the processes of representation and deliberation to which all our 57 elected MLAs are meant to contribute.
May 2, 2017 —
It all depends says Professor Emeritus Paul Thomas
April 20, 2017 —
Who decides what the public should know?