MPs should ask minister Chris Alexander some tough questions about the implications of Bill C-24
Apr 17, 2014
Partly funded by government, automation is displacing millions of workers in the auto industry and beyond. Unless gains are more fairly distributed, things could get ugly
Apr 14, 2014
To avoid Canada’s own version of the U.S. culture wars, we have to leave some things at the door
Apr 10, 2014
It’s clear what Quebeckers voted against, but less clear what they voted for
Apr 07, 2014
The Tories should consider the U.S. example before ramming the Fair Elections Act through Parliament
Apr 07, 2014
There have been twists and mud in the campaign, but it’s really come down to the incompatibility of two documents
Apr 03, 2014
The election will likely turn on how Quebeckers come down on the charter of values, corruption and ‘neverendum’
Mar 28, 2014
As Parti Québécois voters react to changes in tack, Québec Solidaire candidates step into mainstream as new progressives in town
Mar 26, 2014
Alison Redford, Kathy Dunderdale, the Liberal dust-up – it all suggests our politics could be healthier, but it’s not as sick or cynical as it looks
Mar 24, 2014
The Premier performed as well in Thursday’s debate as could possibly have been expected
Mar 21, 2014
Konrad Yakabuski writes a column on public policy for The Globe and Mail. Prior to taking up this assignment in early 2013, Konrad was The Globe's chief U.S. political writer, based in Washington. He covered all aspects of the American political scene, including the 2012 presidential election campaign.
Prior to joining the Washington bureau in 2009, Mr. Yakabuski was based in The Globe's Montreal bureau and wrote on Quebec business, politics and culture for more than a decade. He previously worked as a political reporter at Le Devoir.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from McGill University and a Master of Science in Business Administration degree from the University of British Columbia.