CHIDIAC: Coalition governments aren’t perfect but when we take time to listen respectfully to each other we come up with solutions where everyone benefits
MILJAN, JACKSON: Before any changes are made or any referendums held, Canadians must understand that many of the proposed alternatives come with drawbacks
TAUBE: Many Canadians are confused by the lofty alphabet soup of models, leading to several high-profile failures on the provincial front
BECKER: The results of the MyDemocracy.ca poll show a remarkably broad consensus that winner-take-all politics is not what Canadians want
ROACH: What O’Leary and Trudeau seem incapable of understanding is that the Senate plays a role vital to the success of our country
ROBINSON: In America’s coarsened social discourse, expertise is reviled, and researched facts are replaced by fake news and egregious self-promotion
KINSELLA: Donald Trump is bringing the world towards the brink of some sort of a war with China, and this is all you have to worry about?
BECKER: The federal government wants to know what we think about electoral reform, but its website asks leading questions and predetermines values