Jun 29, 2021
“Sometimes to make big things happen, you need to step on toes.”
Former deputy prime minister Sheila Copps weighs in on fixing the long-term care sector, a late-summer election, and the forty-third Parliament.
Jun 23, 2021
Former House of Commons lawyer Steven Chaplin walks us through the ins and outs of the battle between the Liberal government and the House of Commons over secret documents the feds won't disclose.
Jun 15, 2021
Canada's government changed the way it was evaluating would-be immigrants during the COVID-19 pandemic. How this class of new Canadians fares over time will teach us important lessons about the the strengths and flaws of our immigration system, says Iain Reeve, the associate director of immigration research at The...
Jun 9, 2021
Many Canadians were shocked when the bodies of 215 children were discovered at the former site of the Kamloops residential school.They may be more surprised to learn how their government is handling some Indigenous policy files today.
Rose LeMay walks us through the modern day battle between the federal government and...
Jun 2, 2021
MPs will rise for the summer adjournment on June 23rd, and they may not come back before the next election. The government has plenty of legislation left on the agenda, and few days to try and pass it. Earnscliffe Strategy Group consultant Yaroslav Baran, a former chief of staff to a government House leader, breaks down...