Voter Turnout Experts

In the United States of America, there has been a decrease of voting participation. Indeed, in between the 2008 and 2016 election, there has been a decrease of 8.3% of voter turnout according to CNN Politics. The poor voting outcome of this important North American country raised my concerns.
Source: http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/11/politics/popular-vote-turnout-2016/

New Power, New Voters


Gregory Wallace explained through CNN Politics an issue that raised my concern. His powerful title of his article apprehends the matter greatly: “Voter Turnout at 20-year low in 2016”.  Indeed, the voting participation in 2016 in the United States of America was at its lowest point in the past 20 years. Only 55% of the voting age population selected the candidate they wanted to see rule their country. 55% of the American population represents 126 million votes. Although it seems like a lot, that is the result of the decrease of 18,7 million participants in the past two years.

Women in Politics

If you’re a woman who is interested in politics and who wants to access the field, Equal Vote has a great volunteering opportunity for you!


Indeed, Equal Voice, founded in 2001, is a national organization that wishes to make possible the election of more women in Canada at any political level. They are fighting for equal distribution of men and women in the parliament of Canada. They are hoping for that to happen at both provincial and municipal level.


The Co-Existence of French and English in Québec


Patrice Bergeron wrote an article for La Presse, a francophone journal, entitled ‘’Le Québec peut aussi parler au monde en Anglais, dit Lisée’’*. This article was published on February 1, 2017, and the following is a summary of Bergeron’s text (http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/politique/politique-quebecoise/201702/01/01-5065293-le-quebec-peut-aussi-parler-au-monde-en-anglais-dit-lisee.php).

Who Will Pay if The Taps Run Dry?


          This post will provide a brief summary of a news article posted by CBC News, Kitchener-Waterloo, on September 26, 2016. The article, written by Kate Bueckert, is titled “Why Nestlé's Aberfoyle well matters so much to Guelph, Ont., residents”. Following the summary, a brief discussion of thoughts and opinions regarding the article will be provided.

Teleologists– ils ne sont pas Charlie

In January of 2015, two Islam gunmen found their way into the offices of a political/satire cartoon magazine named Charlie Hebado and open fired. The result of which was the death of twelve staff and the injuries of eleven more. The gunmen claimed they were motivated to commit this act by the deeply offensive and sacrilegious content being published by the magazine, primarily concerning the many offensive pictures’ depicting their prophet Mohammed, which according to the Koran is even illegal to draw let alone publically mock.

Civil Rights Across the Globe



Corrupt Hockey Player


According an article titled “Jean Béliveau taken aback after being mentioned at inquiry” written by The Canadian Press and published by the Montreal Gazette on May 1, 2013, former Montreal Canadians’ player was shocked to hear his named said in political matters.

Church and Capital Punishment


The Roman Catholic Church has experienced a difference of opinions regarding the death penalty over the last thirty years (Miller 2012). Polls reveal that since the mid-1990s, one third of Americans are now against the death penalty (Miller 2012). Roman Catholic politicians have now begun to openly show their opposition to capital punishment in their campaigns. As a result, an increased number of states, such as Connecticut, have enacted bills that outlaw the death penalty.