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.
International students angry over tuition increases, lack of financial aid
By Emma Davis | Reforms to student financial aid are putting the crunch on international students.
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.