Revolutionary ideas: From Che Guevara to Bernie
Is Bernie Sanders as revolutionary as Che Guevara? Or as Margaret Thatcher? Or Homer Simpson? Or Pikachu? According to the use of Che’s image, perhaps.
We the people: Oklahoma Primaries, Super Tuesday
If politics is about people, who are the people politicians are fighting to represent? “We the people” brings the human stories in Oklahoma on “Super Tuesday” of the US presidential primaries race.
Syrian refugees: Inside the arrivals gate
Why was the arrival of Syrian refugees in Canada public but private in Scotland? Are we paying attention to hidden parts of immigration and refugee systems?
Election polls blurred independence of news media
The use of hundreds of election polls by news media during the 2015 Canadian federal campaign was excessive and should be questioned on ethical grounds.
Candidates challenged on election expenses
We asked Canadian federal election candidates in Halifax, Nova Scotia, to show us any election expenses as a transparency challenge. Here’s what happened.
#Artpoli: Canadian federal election 2015
Tomorrow’s artist in residence Jason Skinner worked with voters in Halifax, NS, to express issues matter in the Canadian federal election through collages.
The Art of Politics: Canadian federal election 2015
Make art about the issues that matter most in the Canadian federal election 2015 at Cafe Cempoal Calavera Negra in Halifax, NS, on September 19, 2015.
Web trackers data and screen grabs
Source data and information for the exclusive Tomorrow investigation examining 1,111 trackers used by 162 political parties and candidates.
PMO uses more trackers than other G8 leaders combined
PM Stephen Harper’s official government website uses more trackers 30 world governments homepages while the Green Party of Canada uses even more.
US presidential candidates use 295 trackers to campaign
Candidates vying for presidential nominations in the United States use 295 trackers between their 23 websites with Super PACs deploying hundreds more.