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Sam Routley

Sam Routley is undertaking doctoral studies in political science at the University of Western Ontario. His research focus includes political parties, Canadian political institutions, and political leadership. Follow him on Twitter at @SJRoutley

Opinion | BY SAM ROUTLEY | April 24, 2023
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh stands in solidarity with the striking members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada. The party's supply-and-confidence agreement, while responsible for some policy success, is awkward for the NDP, writes Sam Routley. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY SAM ROUTLEY | April 24, 2023
Opinion | BY SAM ROUTLEY | April 24, 2023
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh stands in solidarity with the striking members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada. The party's supply-and-confidence agreement, while responsible for some policy success, is awkward for the NDP, writes Sam Routley. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY SAM ROUTLEY | March 13, 2023
Conservative MP Michael Cooper, pictured on the Hill in a scrum. 'What Canada needs is a re-engagement and recalibration of the role of the MP, rooted not so much in a drastic change in formal powers as much as it is a respect for the powers that they already have,' writes Sam Routley. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY SAM ROUTLEY | March 13, 2023
Opinion | BY SAM ROUTLEY | March 13, 2023
Conservative MP Michael Cooper, pictured on the Hill in a scrum. 'What Canada needs is a re-engagement and recalibration of the role of the MP, rooted not so much in a drastic change in formal powers as much as it is a respect for the powers that they already have,' writes Sam Routley. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade