Join us as we sit down with acclaimed author and founder of Environics Inc. Michael Adams to discuss his new book, Could It Happen Here? The book draws on groundbreaking new social research to show whether Canadian society is at . . .
Join us as we sit down with Aisha Ahmad, assistant professor of Political Science and director of the Islam and Global Affairs Initiative at the University of Toronto, to discuss her new book, Jihad & Co. The rise of militant . . .
Shortened Rideau Canal skating seasons. Rising water levels on the Rideau River. Raging wildfires in Fort McMurray. Worsening floods across the country. Severe weather events have increasingly dominated news reports, given their unpredictable appearance and the huge cost to individuals . . .
People are now exposed to more information than ever before, provided both by technology and by increasing access to every level of education. In his most recent book The Death of Expertise, Tom Nichols argues that these societal gains have . . .
Join us as we sit in conversation with Darryl Raymaker to discuss his new book, Trudeau’s Tango. In this insightful and lively history, Liberal insider Darryl Raymaker recalls the attempt to broker “a marriage from hell” between the federal Liberal . . .