Nbr. 25, June 2009
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- Introducing inroads 25.
- Fixing Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.
- The high cost of something for nothing.
- Afghanistan: Canada can make a difference.
- And now, the aftermath: Canadian politics after the election, the near-coalition and the change in Liberal leadership.
- Liberal government, probably; liberal policy, possibly.
- Urban aboriginals: the policy void at the centre of Canadian politics.
- Ignatieff's main challenge is in the west.
- Green the Liberals: yes you can.
- Confidence game: playing fast and loose with parliamentary conventions has weakened responsible government.
- Lies my Fathers of Confederation told me: are the governor general's reserve powers a safeguard of democracy?
- Education: who and what?
- The school mess.
- Human resources: the ones that count the most.
- School dropouts: a Canadian--not just Quebec--scandal.
- This is history? Quebec's new high school history textbooks are inward-looking and devoid of meaning.
- Civics, Ontario style: why did Ontario's civic education program fail to reduce the democratic deficit?
- Recipe for success? The Finnish school model is attracting international attention.
- Finland: a remote and cold country's success story.
- Battle on the Plains of Abraham cancelled.