Entries by Kait LaForce

An Inside Look At Gender in Canada’s 43rd Parliament

The results of the gruelling 40-day federal election campaign have not granted an absolute win for any of Canada’s political parties, with the exception of the Bloc Québécois. Canadians demoted Liberals down to a minority government. Conservatives lost and lost big in the Ontario and Québec regions they were fiercely pushing to win. The NDP […]

An Obama Occasion in Ottawa

Last week, former First Lady Michelle Obama, graced our nation’s capital with a stop during her current “conversational tour”. In partnership with the Ottawa Board of Trade, this event followed the book tour she was on earlier his year for her memoir, Becoming. Becoming has sold nearly twelve million copies world-wide. The success of her […]

Canadians’ Climbing Concern on Climate Change

This past week, the UN Climate Summit grabbed global attention and introduced Canada, and the world, to now world-famous youth climate activist Greta Thunberg. The summit brought together world leaders in an effort to shift the global response on the climate change crisis to the front and centre of each and every government’s policy concerns. […]