by Daniel Blazekovic In July 2006, Mexican politician Andrés Manuel López Obrador – often abbreviated to AMLO – lost the presidency of Mexico by less than 250,000 votes in a […]
Good morning PPGR enthusiasts! As we wind down the celebrations for Canada’s sesquicentennial, this week’s Morning Brief is a special edition, highlighting Canada’s Policy Transformations: The Last 50 and the Next, […]
On Thursday, November 2nd, Toronto’s City Council held a special meeting to appoint a new council member to Ward 28. The successful candidate, Lucy Troisi, filled the ward seat that […]
Federico Vargas Why and how Canada should lower the voting age to 16 Few today would question the right of 18-year-olds to vote in elections. Until as recently as 1971 […]
People are ‘infiltrating’ the Conservative Party of Canada. Learn why this is happening and what you can do.
Rohan Balram Although two weeks have passed since the U.S. Presidential Election, for many of us it’s still a very topical issue. And rightly so – because when all is […]