Richie Assaly, Amy Sanderson, and Avnish Nanda offer a concluding overview of The Harper Decade, and examine what is at stake on October 19.
Nazlee Maghsoudi argues that Harper's drug policy and aggressive opposition to harm reduction strategies have put the health and safety of Canadians at risk.
Joseph Rosen examines Harper's cozy friendship with Israel, his truculent attitude towards its detractors, and whether or not this arrangement is truly beneficial to anyone.
Face aux changements faits par le premier ministre Stephen Harper en environnement depuis son arrivée à la tête du gouvernement en 2006, Eve Bourgeois discute des répercussions de ces politiques sur la scène nationale et internationale.
Paul Heinbecker, a Canadian diplomat and former chief foreign policy advisor to Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, provides an authoritative and comprehensive overview of Harper's foreign policy record.
Canadian politics scholar Dave Whitson explains how the Harper government's stubborn, ideological distaste for social science has undermined both the effectiveness and spirit of Canada's once robust public service.
Political philosopher Richard Day offers a stirring overview of the Canadian state's ongoing colonialism, both within our borders and abroad.
Carey Doberstein and Alison Smith argue that the federal government's ambitious plan to tackle homelessness in Canada has been rendered impotent by the pitiful scale of financial investment by the federal government.
Trina Moyles shares a personal account of her development experience in Central America, and reports on the harmful environmental and ethical consequences of Canada's international extractive industry.
Micha Kurz provides a unique perspective on Canada's controversial embrace of Israel — and its rejection of Palestine.
Michael Lynk weighs in on Canada's increasingly close relationship with the State of Israel.
Lisa Kerr & Anthony N. Doob on Harper's criminal justice policy.
Ryan Meili on healthcare and access to information.
David Murakami Wood on surveillance and privacy.
David Macfarlane on Harper's unique approach to politics.
Aaron Wudrick on Harper's fiscal policy.
Pamela Palmater on the government's relationship with Canada's First Nations.
Marc Lee on Harper's energy policy.
Chloe Shantz-Hilkes on the muzzling of Canadian scientists.
Raj Sharma and Ram Sankaran on Harper's immigration and refugee policy.
Peter H. Russell on Harper's transformative political legacy.
Rishi Kumar Nagar on the government's policies towards ethnic communities.
Tyler Dawson on the press gallery's restricted access to the PMO.
Tzeporah Berman on Canada's international reputation.
Lorne Sossin on the relationship between the executive and Supreme Court of Canada.
Faisal Bhabha on the government's relationship with Muslim Canadians.
Steve Patten on the Conservative's hyper-partisan approach to governance.
Margrit Eichler on the cancellation of the long-form census.
Dr. David Schindler on environmental regulation and public access to scientific information.