For pollsters, the consequences of ignoring voting behaviour of the 'not likely' voters and underestimating the size of the group creates a fertile ground for producing inaccurate voting projections.
We believe that this development is important not only for the Jewish refugees and their families, many of whom built new lives in Canada, but also for all Canadians who support a negotiated, two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict.
The Office of the Integrity Commissioner isn’t interested in aggressively pursuing its mandate.
What do you think is going to happen if humanity keeps spewing global warming gases into the Earth’s atmosphere? The future looks bleak if we do not act now, not soon but now.
Communities across Canada and the United States are helping to build one of the biggest, and most inclusive, climate change movements yet.
For projects like the Canadian Surface Combatant, announced and budgeted in 2008, the impact of further delay is that the project is losing up to $1-million a day in buying power due to defence‐specific inflation.
Fewer than 40 per cent of working Canadians are covered by a registered pension plan.
With modern communications technology, the importance of it has changed. Maybe it should be re-examined and a means to ensure our politicians care about integrity, honesty, and truthfulness should be introduced.
The world is undergoing rapid and transformative changes, which means it’s critical that Statistics Canada has the resources it needs to gather the new statistics that reflect our changing world.
A comparative assessment of the Harper government’s job-creation record. It is not a comparison to be boasting about.
Two weeks ago, Sylvie Therrien, a federal Employment Insurance fraud investigator, was fired for leaking documents that exposed a quota that she and her co-workers were required to meet.
Just what should the democratic political process look like if Canadians, in their large majority, are to get what they say they want from government?
The abolition or democratic reform of the Senate will only push us toward American-style governance, a philosophy that Canadians have, up until now, always rejected.