Luc-André Brunet’s article in The Globe and Mail

Dr Luc-André Brunet, Lecturer in History, has published an article in The Globe and Mail, Canada’s leading newspaper of record. Current Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been facing opposition by environmental groups around his decision to extend an oil pipeline from Alberta to the Pacific Ocean. Dr Brunet draws on his research on peace activism in Canada in the 1980s – which was directed against then Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, the father of Canada’s current leader – to discuss similarities between the two issues and what lessons can be drawn for today’s policymakers. You can read the article here: