En examinant des changements de la politique de libre-échange du NPD sous Layton, cet article vise à expliquer la percée du NPD au Québec en 2011.
The Toronto Raptors and Canadian Patriotism
The Toronto Raptors’ playoff success has brought out an interesting form of patriotism among Canadian viewers.
Laureen Harper: A Public or Private Figure?
Is Laureen Harper obliged to maintain a public image?
The Parti Quebecois: Out of Touch?
As young voters identify less and less with the PQ’s sovereignty objective, what will this mean for the future of Quebec nationalism?
Country Music Post-9/11 and Today
Rebecca McFadgen argues that today’s country music is becoming less and less politically charged.
The Crimean Tatars and the Indigenous Peoples of Quebec: Similarities In the Face of Separation
Building on last week’s article “The Tatar Question”, Rebecca McFadgen identifies connections between the Crimean Tatars and the indigenous peoples of Quebec.
International Affiliations: Bringing Parties Together
Rebecca McFadgen examines Canadian political parties’ affiliations with international organizations of like-minded parties.
Currency Devaluation: Impacts on Human Growth
Travelers on a budget often rejoice at low exchange rates. However, from an economic perspective, devalued currencies are nothing to celebrate.
Why Public Support of Armed Intervention Is Unnecessary
Thanks to the residual powers of the Crown, the Prime Minister can send Canada’s Armed Forces to war without the support of the House.
The Two Worlds of Charlie F: PTSD in Public Discourse
Rebecca McFadgen discusses a play that explores the long-term effects of war on veterans’ physical and mental health.