Reg Whitaker talks about his book, Secret Service: Political Policing in Canada From the Fenians To Fortress America.
Former Liberal prime minister and finance minister Paul Martin reflects on the Liberals’ financial legacy and Conservatives’ missteps managing the economy.
After 34 years of editing Quorum, Linda McLean and Trina Costantini-Powell, sometimes known as Thelma and Louise, have packed it in.
Criticized by the government for providing good, solid analysis ever since he started the job five years ago, Kevin Page talks about his job as Canada’s first Parliamentary budget officer. His last day was Friday.
James McLean talks about his book, The NDP War Room: Competing for Credibility in a Federal Election.
After more than 35 years as a reporter, including 29 years as a foreign correspondent and senior Hill reporter for CTV, Roger Smith is retiring.
Mitchel Raphael has been writing and taking pictures for his popular Capital Diary column 2006. But the column was cut on Feb. 13.
Taras Grescoe travelled to 14 cities around the world to study how transportation systems affected urban life. The result is Straphanger, a finalist for the prestigious Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing.
After fighting the PQ over forced Quebec mergers, Westmount mayor Peter Trent says political parties are way ‘too powerful’ at all levels of government.
The winner will be announced on Feb. 28 as part of the Canadian Journalism Foundation’s J-Talk to be held at the Exchange Tower in downtown Toronto.
Shaughnessy Cohen-nominated author Marcello Di Cintio talks about his book, Walls, and the people and places divided by them.
Sandra Leduc: mountain climber, adventure seeker, world traveller and public servant.
Author Tim Cook says that the great irony of the two world wars is that they helped shape Canada into a nation and its prime ministers into leaders.
PM Harper picked as most valuable politician in 2012
Stephen Carter: ‘You don’t start big. You start small and you grow.’
Veteran Liberal MP Jim Karygiannis says it’s not as collegial as it used to be on the Hill, and technology and social media haven’t helped.