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David Moscrop is a contributing columnist for The Washington Post and a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Communication at the University of Ottawa.
We ought to resist overwrought lamentations about Canada’s electoral democracy.
Misinformation can have a significant, even decisive, effect on an outcome. So, too, can irresponsible media coverage.
This episode has revealed a deeper struggle between facts and politics, between power and a lack of it.
The SNC-Lavalin affair will be fresh fodder for citizens and parties in the fall election. It should be.
Canada’s medical insurance system is single-payer. But its prescription drug system isn’t.
Our Global Opinions columnist David Moscrop sat down with May in her office on Parliament Hill for an exclusive interview.
The Trans Mountain pipeline project is, ultimately, a critical test of whether Canada takes the climate crisis seriously.
We can imagine a global order driven not by violence and exploitation, but by cooperation, fairness and respect for differences within the boundaries of decency.
As democracy faces threats at home and abroad, leaders ought to know better — and show some restraint.