The Other Side of Canadian Shipbuilding

Ernest Chong Wednesday’s $35 billion in shipbuilding contracts has been widely proclaimed as a long-term commitment to the future of the Royal Canadian Navy and the Canadian Coast Guard. The selection process was celebrated as being free from political interference and regional favouritism. So far, with the exception of expected grumbling from Quebec, the process […]

Royal Again

John Blattler The Public Policy and Governance Review asked current and former students to write a series of posts on the major policy events of the summer as we begin the fall semester. Today is the second of the series. In a traditionally slow news month, the announcement on August 16, 2011 that the federal […]