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Thomas S. Axworthy

Dr. Thomas S. Axworthy is a senior fellow at both the Munk School of Global Affairs and Massey College in the University of Toronto.

Opinion | BY THOMAS S. AXWORTHY | August 1, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured May 30, 2022, on the Hill. The United States is Canada’s No. 1 foreign policy priority. But now we have a self-induced conflict over water because Canada refuses to use a bi-national international institution that is the envy of the world, writes Thomas Axworthy. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY THOMAS S. AXWORTHY | August 1, 2022
Opinion | BY THOMAS S. AXWORTHY | August 1, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured May 30, 2022, on the Hill. The United States is Canada’s No. 1 foreign policy priority. But now we have a self-induced conflict over water because Canada refuses to use a bi-national international institution that is the envy of the world, writes Thomas Axworthy. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY THOMAS S. AXWORTHY | October 22, 2021
The city of Iqaluit, Nunavut, pictured in 2011. Iqaluit’s plight shows that we need, at the national level, a strong water advocate fighting the good fight every day for better research, increased quality measures, flood protection, groundwater mapping, and more water infrastructure, writes Thomas Axworthy. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Opinion | BY THOMAS S. AXWORTHY | October 22, 2021
Opinion | BY THOMAS S. AXWORTHY | October 22, 2021
The city of Iqaluit, Nunavut, pictured in 2011. Iqaluit’s plight shows that we need, at the national level, a strong water advocate fighting the good fight every day for better research, increased quality measures, flood protection, groundwater mapping, and more water infrastructure, writes Thomas Axworthy. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Opinion | BY THOMAS S. AXWORTHY | July 3, 2017
Quebec, the bedrock of Liberal support, has seen its proportion of Canada’s population fall from 30 per cent to 24 per cent, while the West, where Liberal support is weakest, has grown so that now one in three Canadians lives in Western Canada, the highest share ever recorded. If current Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spends a lot of time in British Columbia and the cities of the Prairies, he does so with good reason. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY THOMAS S. AXWORTHY | July 3, 2017
Opinion | BY THOMAS S. AXWORTHY | July 3, 2017
Quebec, the bedrock of Liberal support, has seen its proportion of Canada’s population fall from 30 per cent to 24 per cent, while the West, where Liberal support is weakest, has grown so that now one in three Canadians lives in Western Canada, the highest share ever recorded. If current Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spends a lot of time in British Columbia and the cities of the Prairies, he does so with good reason. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY THOMAS S. AXWORTHY | October 17, 2016
Veteran Hill Times political history columnist Arthur Milnes presented a copy of his new book, Canada Always: The Defining Speeches of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, to former U.S. president Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter in Plains, Georgia, on Thanksgiving weekend. Mr. Milnes dedicated his book to Mr. Carter. He was joined in Plains by Thomas S. Harrison, left, of Queen’s University’s Law School. Photo credit: Jill Stuckey, Plains, Georgia
Opinion | BY THOMAS S. AXWORTHY | October 17, 2016
Opinion | BY THOMAS S. AXWORTHY | October 17, 2016
Veteran Hill Times political history columnist Arthur Milnes presented a copy of his new book, Canada Always: The Defining Speeches of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, to former U.S. president Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter in Plains, Georgia, on Thanksgiving weekend. Mr. Milnes dedicated his book to Mr. Carter. He was joined in Plains by Thomas S. Harrison, left, of Queen’s University’s Law School. Photo credit: Jill Stuckey, Plains, Georgia