How has Nigel Wright, Stephen Harper’s new chief of staff, reached the top of the business and political worlds without making enemies?
An essay by a Canadian convicted of murder
Legalizing marijuana would benefit everyone: cops, taxpayers, and victims of crime. Everyone, that is, but the stoners
When the American Right needed courtroom-ready arguments against gay marriage, it looked to three academics from McGill
There was nothing here for a man like him
Reimagining a sacred space
For decades, Canada has been a world leader in the production of medical isotopes. So why did the government announce that it was dumping the entire program?
Letting go of the French-English duality
Suicide Solution; Mappy Days; Harsh Territory; Taxing Affair; Civil Engagement; Cor!; and Tusk, Tusk
Second in a series of onstage conversations on matters vital to today’s thought leaders, opinion makers, and policy creators
Desktop wallpaper for your computer
What do you get when you cross a polar bear with a grizzly?
What will happen when computers become smarter than people?
Third in a series of onstage conversations on matters vital to today’s thought leaders, opinion makers, and policy creators
Imagining a future in which water is the new oil