Samara's list of publications and original research is growing all the time. Here's a sampling of some of our best writing.
"Should Voting be Compulsory in Canada?" Alison Loat writes the "No" side in The Costco Connection.
"Parliamentary reform must reach down to the riding level" by Samara Executive Director Alison Loat in the Globe and Mail.
"It's Time to Celebrate Everyday Political Citizens" by Alison Loat in the Huffington Post
"Lean in to political life" by Samara Research Director Jane Hilderman in the Ottawa Citizen
"Rathgeber challenges party dominance of MPs" by Alison Loat in the Ottawa Citizen
Why are MPs here? Good question, an op-ed by Alison Loat in the Ottawa Citizen (reprinted in the Leader Post and the Province)
Technology and Political Campaigns: Not Just Robocalls, a post by Alison Loat in the Huffington Post
Are the Media "Horse Racing" in This Election?, a post by Alison Loat in the Huffington Post
Is Parliament broken? It may be more accurate to say political parties are, an essay by Alison Loat in a special issue of iPolitics
Canadian Politics: it shouldn't take a revolution, an op-ed by Jane Hilderman on iPolitics.ca
Canada's political outsiders, an op-ed by Nick Ruderman in The Mark
Wanted: One job description for MPs, an op-ed by Alison Loat, in the Ottawa Citizen
The party's not over, but it needs some life, an essay by Alison Loat, in the Ottawa Citizen
Politicians must reach out to jaded voters, by Kyle Crawford in the Toronto Star (July 7, 2011)
Our (surprisingly?) diverse Parliament, a post by Alison Loat, in the Huffington Post.
What is a Canadian MP's job? They dunno, an op-ed by Alison Loat, in the Globe and Mail
Towards a more purposeful Parliament, an op-ed by Alison Loat, on iPolitics.ca
Our MPs are not Lifers, an essay by Alison Loat, on themarknews.ca
Sizing Up the House of Commons, an essay by Alison Loat, on themarknews.ca
Media, Politics, and You, an essay by Alison Loat, on themarknews.ca
MPs by Accident, an essay by Alison Loat, on themarknews.ca
Let's Not Blame Youth for Voter Apathy, an op-ed by Alison Loat, in the Globe and Mail.