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Bell is gutting CTV News—how can we save Canadian journalism?
February 22, 2024

Bell is gutting CTV News—how can we save Canadian journalism?

Incentivizing the private sector has been a resounding failure. What happens next?

Anti-Palestinian racism in Canadian schools and what we can do about it
February 13, 2024

Anti-Palestinian racism in Canadian schools and what we can do about it

Educators have an important role to play in challenging widespread erasure of Palestinian identity and anti-Palestinian racism

What next for electoral reform in Canada in the wake of M-86?
February 9, 2024

What next for electoral reform in Canada in the wake of M-86?

With Liberal and Conservative federal party leadership lining up against voting reforms, there are some encouraging prospects at other levels

Canada is cutting international student visas—and that’s bad policy

Canada is cutting international student visas—and that’s bad policy

Dramatically reducing the number of students admitted to Canada won’t solve the housing crisis—but it will hurt post-secondary institutions and all students

Parliament is back in session. What’s on the agenda?

Parliament is back in session. What’s on the agenda?

With an election looming on the horizon, might we be nearing the end of the Liberal-NDP agreement?

Ed Broadbent, principled social democracy advocate

Ed Broadbent, principled social democracy advocate

The former NDP Leader championed socialism in a capitalist world. He will be missed.

What’s going to happen next with Canada’s Online News Act?

What’s going to happen next with Canada’s Online News Act?

Federal policymakers are still dealing with a Meta news ban, and a media industry on the ropes. How do we save Canadian journalism?

Despite the overblown AI hype, we’re not ready for what comes next

Despite the overblown AI hype, we’re not ready for what comes next

The initial generative AI hype may have been overblown, but we have a lot of work to do to prepare for what comes next.

Saskatchewan teachers’ strike is a fight over the future of public education

Saskatchewan teachers’ strike is a fight over the future of public education

The government is trying to implement a neoliberal model, and the teachers’ fight is for an expanded public role

School grounds turned battlegrounds: War, conflict and peace education

School grounds turned battlegrounds: War, conflict and peace education

Schools can—and should—be places where students learn how to implement peace and justice