As polarization plagues the world around us, young Canadians are not immune. We must recommit to bursting our filter bubbles.
Young tourists gather on Parliament Hill in July. Youth are not a monolith, write authors Aaron Joshua Pinto and Chris Zhou. They are learned and uninformed; engaged and indifferent; right-leaning, left-leaning, and everything in between. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
We all know the drill: Doug Ford supporters? Shame them. Refugees? Shun them. Anti-feminists? Block them. They’re racist, misandrist, dumb, manipulated—or downright evil. Or are they?
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Gerald Butts has removed himself from the daily political grind of strategizing how to keep the Liberals in power. But observers say it's unlikely he will be consigned to watch the campaign unfold from the sidelines.
SNC-Lavalin risks a takeover if it's convicted. But aside from likely outrage in Quebec, Ottawa can find other builders for its infrastructure plans if the company is banned from bidding on federal contracts, experts say
The Quebec company had extensive access to government ministers and top staffers, and was the only organization registered to lobby for allowing deferred prosecution agreements for white collar crimes.