Is government doomed to repeat mistakes, or can it stop losing its mind?

Can government remember? Is it condemned to repeat mistakes? Or does...

Creating a Real Dialogue with Citizens: A Vision of “Day-to-Day” Democracy

Written by  Benjamin Selinger and Gabriel Flores A real challenge for...

There’s more on our blog

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We’ve added a blog. It does not replace the engaging op-ed...

A Perfect Storm: Trust and capability in Canadian fighter procurement

In Opinion On July 29, 2013 0 1K 0

In the near future, the RCAF will release the recommendations of...

Cyprus: between a rock and a hard place

In Opinion On March 21, 2013 0 924 0

Most attention in Canada is focused on today’s federal budget. But...

How can we start asking the right questions?

In Opinion On February 8, 2013 0 916 0

The February 5th Public Sector Quality Fair suggests that different ways...

Resetting the lens on the Arab Spring

In Opinion On December 21, 2012 0 965 0

Unprecedented realities demand new ways of thinking, new ways of seeing,...

Teetering on a tipping point

In Opinion On December 19, 2012 0 943 0

2012 has been a very tumultuous year in the world of...