Join the School of Canadian Studies for the third Guest Speaker in our Canada Talks series - Amrita Hari
Canada reached an important milestone June 16, 2023. For the first time, there were 40 million people living in Canada. That means that someone out there is the 40 millionth Canadian. But who is it?
An evaluation of the country’s foreign policy performance last year demonstrates the Trudeau government’s growing gap between rhetoric and reality, a challenge that only pushes Canada further away from its former status as a strong middle power.
A critical light is shed on Canadian multiculturalism as a concept and policy. The exclusion of Indigenous peoples in Canada is examined to build critique against what multiculturalism conveniently disregards. Finally, the rise of far-right groups and its implications on multiculturalism are explored.
Prejudice based on race and religion has been a prominent element in Canada's terrorism legal cases, public policy, and law enforcement for over a decade.
AI-rooted automation could play a role in supporting immigration targets and ensuring the success of new immigrants in Canada’s post-pandemic economy, writes Mariya Postelnyak.
Of late, Canada has played a leading role in supporting displaced Venezuelans, but there is still much more to be done, writes Luiz F. Leomil.
Canada has been applauded for its advanced approach to immigration, specifically migrant worker programs in the past, but…
The 2021 annual CFPJ Trudeau Report Card has been produced by David Carment and graduate students at Carleton University’s Norman Paterson…
iAffairs Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ), are pleased to present the 2021 Canadian…