Canada’s bid to protect its democracy by corralling informal funding groups could have unintended outcomes counter to its aims. James Patriquin and Caroline Shenaz Hossein explain.
Between 28 January and 18 February, 2022, Canada’s capital, Ottawa, was beset by a populist political uprising. At fir...

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James Patriquin

James is a PhD candidate in Political Science and Political Economy at Carleton University. He studies the political economy of digital currencies and decentralized finance.

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Caroline Shenaz Hossein

Caroline is Associate Professor of Global Development and Political Science at University of Toronto-Scarborough and founder of the Diverse Solidarities Economies Collective. Follow her on Twitter @carolinehossein.

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