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…View More So Who’s Winning the Sign War?
Summer is half over, the election could be launched officially as early as Sunday — which would make it the longest campaign in modern Canadian…View More The EKOS Poll: Vote-splitting in Ontario Boosting Conservative Hopes
The Conservative government’s support of a ban preventing long-term expats from voting in the federal elections is not surprising, say Canadian academics. University of Ottawa…View More Expat Voting Ban: ‘Troubling’ Trend in Canadian Citizenship
Canada is taking a step back on immigration policy, according to the Migrant Integration Policy Index (MIPEX), released yesterday. Canada scored 68 out of a…View More Canada Falling Behind in Successfully Integrating Immigrants
The North Bay City Council voted last night 8-2 in support of the right of permanent residents to vote in municipal and school board elections.…View More Enabling Permanent Residents To Vote Municipally is ‘Smart Thing To Do’
There was a time when the vast plurality of new Canadians voted for the Liberal Party of Canada. With the exception of some of those…View More The Conservative “Balancing Act”
Is politics ‘broken’? For a growing number of Canadians, the answer appears to be ‘yes’ – and there may not be an easy fix. The…View More Canada Earns ‘C’ for Political Engagement
As the 2015 Canadian Federal Elections approaches, the question remains which party will win the majority of votes and fill these seats in the House…View More Election Watch: Beyond the “Ethnic Vote”