Environics’ PRIZM organizes Canadians into 66 lifestyle types based on consumer habits, geodemographics, psychographics and social values.
Justin Trudeau introduces a new and exciting element to Canadian party and leadership politics.
I’m flying to Edmonton tonight to speak at a public affairs event.
Liberal MP Carolyn Bennett is demonstrating online tools aren’t just additional channels over which to shout.
At TEDxHousesofParliament, Mark Forsyth told the story behind the ascension of the President from demeaning placeholder to a title of stature.
Peace, Order and Googleable Government looks to the political off-season to find out if tweeting MPs are on the same page as tweeting Canadians.
Canada joined more than a dozen other countries with access to Facebook’s organ donor initiative. 275,000 people have become registered organ donors through Facebook since it launched this initiative in May.
It’s important to fully explore your ideas; to be challenged in a way that strengthens them and your understanding of them.
The brilliance of the campaign to save the library in Troy wasn’t reverse psychology, but that it motivated people to change the conversation and act.
Andrew Scheer, House Speaker and MP for Regina-Qu’Appelle, gets the first digital makeover of the returning session of Parliament.