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Perspectives Paper

Avoiding a Looming Constitutional Crisis in the Senate

This essay was first published on May 14, 2024, in The Hub, with the title “Howard Anglin and Ray Pennings: Canada Is Careening Towards a Constitutional Crisis in the Senate.” It has been republished with permission and is presented here with slight changes.

Howard Anglin Ray Pennings

May 18, 2024

Education
Perspectives Paper

The Progressive Case for Educational Pluralism

No, right-of-centre policymakers don't own the school choice movement. Progressives have been supporting educational pluralism at least since the 1960s.

Ashley Berner

May 14, 2024

Faith Communities
Research Report

Still Christian(?)

What Canadian Christians Actually Believe

Andrew P.W. Bennett

May 7, 2024

Education
Research Report

Navigating AI in Christian Schools

The Association of Christian Schools International and Cardus share insights from a survey of ACSI member schools about their use of artificial intelligence and what educators think about it.

Lynn E. Swaner Rian Djita

May 6, 2024

Education
Research Report

Exploring Alberta’s Independent School Landscape

Diversity, Growth, and Trends

David Hunt Joanna DeJong VanHof

April 23, 2024

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Faith Communities
Research Report

Polling with the Angus Reid Institute

Health
Research Report

The State of Pediatric Palliative Care in Canada

Too many Canadian kids who need palliative care don’t get it.

Rebecca Vachon

February 13, 2024

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General
Policy Memo

Memo: Ontario’s Budget 2024 Consultation

Ontarians have been invited to provide feedback to the government on setting priorities for Budget 2024. Cardus is providing eight recommendations that address the following areas: supports for volunteers and the charitable sector, lowering the cost of Toronto’s public infrastructure projects, addressing gambling addiction, helping parents with child care costs, correcting inequalities in special education funding, ensuring that post-secondary education supports the working class, and increasing employment opportunities for people with criminal records.

Andreae Sennyah

January 31, 2024

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General
Policy Memo

Memo: Alberta’s Budget 2024 Consultation

Cardus made a submission to the Government of Alberta on priorities for Budget 2024 to address the following areas: helping parents with childcare costs, expanding funding for independent schools, and addressing gambling addiction.

Andreae Sennyah

January 24, 2024