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287 media appearances in 2021 (including 27 national appearances)
To download a doc listing all of Democracy Watch’s media appearances in 2021, click here.
To see summaries of past media coverage, click here.


Democracy Watch (May 26, 2021)
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Shortlist of candidates for next Governor General should be reviewed by all federal party leaders or, even better all leaders across Canada

Democracy Watch (January 22, 2021)
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Next Governor General should be chosen through democratic, multi-partisan, Canadianized process

Democracy Watch (October 26, 2020)
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Illegal snap election produces (sort of) new B.C. false majority government – will it finally be democratic?

Democracy Watch (October 23, 2019)
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Federal party leaders should agree on eight key rules for fair, democratic minority government

Democracy Watch (October 18, 2019)
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Report Card on the Federal Parties’ 2019 Democratic Reform Platforms

Democracy Watch (October 15, 2019)
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Federal party leaders should agree on eight key rules for minority government to ensure fair post-election decisions

Democracy Watch (September 28, 2018)
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Quebec party leaders and Lieutenant Governor should learn from New Brunswick election and agree on eight key rules for minority government to ensure fair post-election decisions

Democracy Watch (September 19, 2018)
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More than 23,000 sign petition calling on Premier Ford to stop violating Ontarian’s Charter rights

Democracy Watch (May 30, 2018)
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Ontario party leaders and Lieutenant Governor should agree on eight key rules for minority government to ensure fair post-election decisions

Democracy Watch (June 29, 2017)
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Canadians have achieved more than 400 firsts and foremosts in the world – but as Canada’s federal government turns 150, it’s far from a world-leading democracy