Adam Chapnick reviews a collection of the best defence thinkers examining Canada's defence and diplomatic policy options in the aftermath of the Afghanistan experience.
Locating Responsible Government in 1848 divorces it from its proper context. And it ignores contemporary 19th century authorities, like Sir John A. Macdonald, who said that the grant of Responsible Government...
John Robson demolishes the fairy tale that Canadians lived without constitutionally guaranteed rights until Pierre Elliott Trudeau brought the shining Charter of Rights and Freedoms down from Parnassus in 1982.
James Carson bids us to “reimagine” that St. John Brébeuf, the Jesuit martyr, was “never martyred” but “died for reasons indigenous to the time and place he inhabited, for reasons that rest...
The traditionalist René Lévesque
Was René Lévesque truly a leftist? Mathieu Bock-Côté explains that Lévesque loathed ideological radicalism above all things, and why Quebec's intelligentsia still has trouble understanding Lévesque's place in history.