Commentary by Phil Gurski Should governments seek public approval on counter terrorism policy? By now, I am sure that you are aware of the fact that…View More Consulting Citizens on Anti-Terrorism Policy
by Susan Korah in Ottawa Canada’s foreign policy is caught in a precarious balancing act between the “sunny ways” of election promises and the realpolitik…View More Former Senator: More Aid, Military Capacity Needed
by Susan Korah (@waterlilypool) in Ottawa, Ontario Prime Minister Stephen Harper recently announced a moratorium on further Senate appointments, seemingly hoping it will lead to…View More Divided Views on the Senate’s Ethnic Diversity
by Amanda Connolly A report released by the Senate national security committee is sparking anger from one of the country’s largest Canadian Muslim organizations and…View More National Muslim Group, Liberal Senator Blast Senate National Security Report
by L. Ian MacDonald Now comes the reckoning — not just for the Senate, but also for Auditor-General Michael Ferguson, who spent $21 million investigating its…View More The AG and the Senate: $21 million to catch $1 million? Are we kidding?
by Yamina Tsalamlal of iPolitics.ca A Senate committee report says the government needs to do more to attract francophone immigrants to communities outside of Quebec…View More Feds falling short of francophone immigration targets: Senate report
by Themrise Khan Political and religious turbulence, violent militancy and natural disasters are nothing to brag about — but for many foreign expatriates arriving in…View More Canadian Politics a Reminder of “Back Home”