Canada’s War on Crime

Anything but benign With the parliamentary session coming to a close and summer getting ready to obliterate any residual interest in politics, this is pretty much our last chance before the fall to have a serious look at where our government proposes to take us over the next four years. We have seen the Speech … Continue reading

Security Trumps Liberty

Public policy is almost invariably trying to balance competing interests and goals, nowhere more so than in a country as diverse as ours.  But even where we have consensus, policy has to come to grips with the reality that the things we want, our policy goals, may be in conflict.  Someone said not long ago … Continue reading