Last week, when it became clear that the ‘Leave’ side had narrowly won the referendum in Britain, my Facebook and Twitter feeds began filling up with a graphic that demonstrated just how divided the results were among…View More Irreconcilable Generational Differences? Yes and No
I was in Victoria last weekend, where you can’t drive a block without seeing an Elizabeth May lawn sign. When I landed back in Montreal on Sunday night, the taxi took me through quiet streets…View More So Who’s Winning the Sign War?
Canada’s youth vote is up for grabs. So who’s grabbing? There’s a persistent myth about young voters — that they tend to act as a bloc and tend to favour left-centre or ‘progressive’ parties. Jeffery Simpson latched…View More The Myth of the Left-Leaning Canadian Youth Vote
Last week, Montreal was abuzz with the news that Mélanie Joly would be running for the Liberal nomination in Ahuntsic-Cartierville. Joly is known for two things: placing a strong second in the 2013 Montreal mayoral race and…View More How to Boost the Youth Vote Without Pandering