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Unequal Benefits

Drawing on research from across Canada and beyond, education policy expert Sue Winton critically analyzes policies encouraging the privatization of public education in Canada. These policies, including ...

Picking Up the Slack

By (author) Andrew Green
Categories: Politics and government
Series: UTP Insights

Canada has over-promised and under-delivered on climate change, setting weak goals and allowing carve-outs, exceptions, and exemptions to undermine its climate policies. Why, in an era when climate change ...

Canada in Question

By (author) Peter MacKinnon
Categories: History of the Americas
Series: UTP Insights

Exploring pressing questions around Canadian citizenship, Canada in Question delves into contemporary issues that come into play in identifying what it means to be Canadian.

Beginning with an update on ...


By (author) Peter H. Russell
Categories: Indigenous peoples
Series: UTP Insights

To be effective, sovereignty must be secured through force or consent by those living in a territory, and accepted externally by other sovereign states. To be legitimate, the sovereignty claim must have ...

The Sleeping Giant Awakens

By (author) David B. MacDonald
Categories: Ethnic studies
Series: UTP Insights

Confronting the truths of Canada’s Indian residential school system has been likened to waking a sleeping giant. In The Sleeping Giant Awakens, David B. MacDonald uses genocide as an analytical tool ...

The Lamb and the Tiger

By (author) Stanley Barrett
Categories: Politics and government
Series: UTP Insights

Structured around an anti-war perspective, The Lamb and the Tiger critically examines the ageless genetic and more recent cultural (civilizational) explanations of war, concluding with a close look at ...

The World Won't Wait

The World Won’t Wait is the clearest and most comprehensive collection of progressive thinking on Canadian international policy available today. ”Adam Chapnick, Royal Military College of Canada ...