Links to All Articles

Peer-Reviewed Publications:

Samuel Mosonyi and Dennis Baker, “Bylaw Battles: Explaining Municipal-Provincial and Municipal-Federal Win-Rates,” Canadian Journal of Urban Research 25, no. 2 (2016): 11-22.

Jacqueline Murray, Natalie Giesbrecht, and Samuel Mosonyi, “Enquiry, Engagement and eLearning: Three Perspectives on a Student-Centred, Online, Enquiry-Based Course,” Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching 6 (2013): 34-40.

 

The Globe and Mail:

How being a good dinner companion could make your career,” December 29, 2015.

Guelph Mercury:

Status quo unacceptable in Gaza dispute,” July 22, 2014.

Bus ad protesters are taking wrong path as opponents,” January 15, 2014.

Municipalities should generate local solutions to prostitution,” January 9, 2014.

Municipalities fighting good fight on cell tower locations,” July 4, 2013.

Speaker’s ruling a small win for democracy,” May 2, 2013.

Does court ruling create leniency for non-residents?,” March 26, 2013.

Parliament should review niqab ruling,” January 12, 2013.

Troy Riddell and Samuel Mosonyi, “There’s a need to review judicial appointment process,” January 3, 2013.

A logical decision in anti-terrorism case,” December 26, 2012.

Dennis Baker and Samuel Mosonyi, “City should rethink details of proposed nuisance bylaw,” November 22, 2012.

Time for the public to weigh in on proroguing,” October 17, 2012.

Conservatives should have whipped cabinet on abortion vote,” October 2, 2012.

Should Canada be at ease with its judicial activism?,” September 5, 2012.

Supreme Court ruling on wiretapping could have gone further,” May 10, 2012.

Huffington Post Canada and The Prince Arthur Herald

Mulcair was the one out of line at Question Period,” September 24, 2014.

U of C abortion display verdict not a victory for free speech,” June 28, 2014.

Broadcasters should not censor political ads,” June 16, 2014.

The Senate Reference and taking steps forward,” April 25, 2014.

The Conservatives’ clever ploy with the Truth in Sentencing Act,” April 22, 2014.

The ongoing trend of corruption in student unions,” September 30, 2013.

Oath to Queen is a political question, not a legal one,” July 23, 2013.

Why Harper should hug his backbenchers tight,” July 3, 2013.

How soon before we’re dependent on Google Glass?,” June 20, 2013.

Why aren’t Canadian MPs paying their taxes?,” June 4, 2013.

Will an LCBO strike spark a private party?,” May 16, 2013.

Should we be worried about Bitcoin?,” April 24, 2013.

Tom Flanagan and the decline of academic freedom in Canada,” March 21, 2013.

Waterloo should not stifle free speech,” March 19, 2013.

When transparency can hurt democracy,” February 28, 2013.

Does the Canadian Federation of Students care about students?,” February 22, 2013.

The Ontario teacher’s union is holding students hostage,” January 11, 2013.

Times of Israel:

Silencing the wolf,” July 31, 2014.

Maclean’s Magazine:

Letter, “Finding fault with Israel,”  July 22, 2014.

Student Publications: 

Stare Decisis or Selective Judicial Reasoning? Precedent Application Analysis of Quebec (Attorney General) v. Lacombe,” Federalism-E 14 (2013): 21-28.

The Prince Arthur Herald

An interview with Justice Minister Peter MacKay,” January 20, 2014.

The Supreme Court was right on HIV and consent,” November 9, 2012.

Has Harper lost control of his backbench?,” October 12, 2012.

Public screening of hate film poses danger to Canada,” September 17, 2012.

RCMP plane grounding infringes free speech,” September 11, 2012.

The role of student unions should be re-examined,” August 22, 2012.

The perplexing Ontario by-election call,” August 11, 2012.

The IOC’s shameful stance on the Munich Massacre,” August 2, 2012.

Samuel Mosonyi and Alex Vronces, “The CLASSE brings its radical agenda to Ontario,“ July 25, 2012.

PSAC, unions and political neutrality,” July 2, 2012.

The UNHRC should focus on real human rights violations,” June 20, 2012.

Brigette DePape: A political stunt pays off big,” June 4, 2012.

The terrorism in Quebec needs to end now,” May 17, 2012.

Waterloo Region Record
Letter, “‘No zeros’ policy a worrisome one,” July 30, 2013.

The Ontarion

Why you should opt out of OPIRG,” January 23, 2013.

Supreme Court HIV ruling promotes responsibility,” November 21, 2012.

Increasing transparency and accountability for CSA student fees,” April 6, 2012.

The Cannon.ca

CSA lawsuit empties the pockets of students,” April 2, 2013.

Board of Governors chooses to raise tuition… quite seriously,” April 19, 2012.

Student urges CSA not to be selective,” February 9, 2012.

University of Guelph Political Science Society Blog

The follies of ‘lawful access’,” December 4, 2011.

In defence of the system,” October 11, 2011.

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