political studies News Archive
May 31, 2019 —
'Both Philpott and Wilson-Raybould have developed a sharp anti-partisan, pro-democracy message'
April 30, 2019 —
Regardless of the party in office, when sensitive information is involved, governments prefer secrecy to openness.
April 12, 2019 —
On March 28, 2019, 24 Arts undergraduate students proudly presented their research projects at the 7th annual Arts Undergraduate Research Symposium.
April 11, 2019 —
"In my view, the scandal is more a failure of leadership and political management than it is an actual constitutional crisis."
March 5, 2019 —
Royce Koop provides insight
January 11, 2019 —
Does increased diversity matter for what governments actually do? Do governments tend to act differently when they are staffed by more diverse sets of representatives?
December 13, 2018 —
Secure and appropriate compensation for judges is a constitutionally recognized component of judicial independence, which itself is a set of interrelated principles meant to ensure that the rule of law applies fairly to everyone, including governments
November 30, 2018 —
If whole swaths of people in a democracy feel ignored and neglected, we should eventually expect a response. That response in the U.S. came in the form of Trump. Could something similar happen in Canada?
October 30, 2018 —
The World Remembers commemorates the millions of people who lost their lives in the First World War from Canada and fifteen participating nations