COLUMNIST

Devon Rowcliffe

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Devon Rowcliffe is a freelance political commentator who specializes in the West and Northeast Asia.  His writing has appeared in iPolitics, Tyee, Georgia Straight, Asia Times, Korea Times and Straits Times (Singapore).  Devon holds a master’s degree in political science and Asian studies from the University of Toronto.  He has managed several Green Party campaigns, including a provincial leadership campaign in British Columbia.  Devon currently lives in Toronto.


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2020 COLUMNS

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Drowning in debt and pandemic uncertainty, working-class Canadians need a basic income
With Del Duca as Liberal leader, Ontario awaits its dullest election in decades
If cities won’t act on housing affordability, provincial government should intervene
In this era of dangerous populism, Canada’s electoral system condemns moderates to the political margins
Want diverse leaders and Indigenous reconciliation? Embrace politicians who aren’t “officially” bilingual
Is the People’s party a defunct failure, or does it just need a Canadian Nigel Farage?
Another Liberal promising electoral reform? Sorry, I’ve read “The Boy Who Cried Wolf”

 

2019 COLUMNS