Special Focus


Canadians have deep and genuine concerns about the expansion of medical assistance in dying (MAiD). As federal politicians consider Bill C-7, which would expand access… Read More


How can lottery and gaming in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, and the Atlantic provinces work for, not against, low income households?… Read More

Religion and GDP

It may be time to take a second look at the public relevance of religion for the most unexpected reason: economics. What if we told… Read More

Our Research

Matthew House: Case Studies in Faith-Based Social Service
REPORT November 10th

Matthew House Ottawa provides services to refugee claimants, offering them a temporary place to live in Ottawa, Ontario, and access to an established support network as they start their new life in Canada.

Broad Support for MAiD in Canada Has Caveats and Concerns
REPORT November 10th

The story of Canadian attitudes toward medical assistance in dying (MAiD), or doctor-assisted suicide, is a complex one. It is clear that general support for MAiD has increased since it has become legal, but for most Canadians, many caveats accompany their support. This public opinion survey by the Angus Reid Group, commissioned by Cardus, outlines the many caveats and concerns Canadians express about the breadth and speed of the expansion of MAiD.

Leadership in Uncertain Times
by Ed O'Malley
COMMENT October 29th
Why Not a Notwithstanding Pause for MAiD?
by Don Hutchinson
CONVIVIUM November 27th
Addressing Canada’s MAiD Concerns
by Ray Pennings
CONVIVIUM November 25th
Grace Under Pressure
by Asher Imtiaz
COMMENT October 29th
Through a Looking Glass Darkly
by Jessica Hooten Wilson
COMMENT October 29th