Canada’s East vs. West: New federal leadership highlights longstanding divide
By Matthew Olson | A wave of new, young leaders in Canadian politics could struggle to bridge the geopolitical divide that's existed for decades.
Do blurred federal-provincial political lines confuse voters?
By Clive Ngan | Experts warn that similarities in party names and branding may lead to the blurring of lines between provincial and federal parties.
Two-for-one special: Canada could deal out regulatory reform lessons to Trump
By Karissa Gall | In January U.S. President Donald Trump ordered a two-for-one rule to slash regulations. Some dismiss the rule as a gimmick or condemn it as a danger to health and safety, others say Trump could learn from the Canadian experience with...
Decoding the Commons debates
By Karissa Gall and Alex Parsons | Visualizing the fall 2016 sessions, with a look ahead to the spring. What's your MP been up to?
Female politicians face uphill climb despite gender-balanced cabinet
By Brittany van Frankfoort and Simon Deschamps | Although Canada’s first gender-balanced cabinet established a standard for gender parity, municipally, provincially and federally, female participation continues to lag behind male participation.