Making Room for a Little Science

This Editor’s Note is taken from the April issue of Canadian Government Executive. I write this on the morrow of the federal budget, when the goodies falling out of the government’s piñata are being collected. The Trudeau government has clearly chosen to reengage the federal state on a number of issues. There are many exciting...

The Bookshelf: Simple Sabotage

At the height of World War Two, a clever scheme was developed to disrupt the Nazi regime behind enemy lines in occupied territory without being detected. It involved a variety of obvious tactics such as slashing tires and draining fuel tanks but also included some unusual ideas to sabotage internal workplace processes. Those might seem...