If the Trudeau Liberals lose seats this fall, what will happen in B.C.?
News 1130 spoke to Max Cameron, a political scientist at UBC, about what will happen in B.C. if the Liberals lose seats this year.
Apr 5, 2019
Butts or Wilson-Raybould: How do we decide whose story to believe?
UBC political science professor Max Cameron spoke to The Province about the conflicting testimonies of Gerald Butts and Jody Wilson-Raybould. The story also appeared in the Vancouver Sun and the […]
Mar 7, 2019
Canada’s response to Venezuela political crisis a ‘gamble’: Experts
Maxwell Cameron, a political science professor at UBC, was quoted in a Huffington Post article about Canada’s response to the political situation in Venezuela. Cameron also spoke to Rabble.
Feb 5, 2019
‘High stakes’ Nanaimo byelection a reminder of NDP minority’s fragility
UBC political science professor Max Cameron commented in a Star Vancouver article about the Nanaimo byelection. “There’s so much at stake because you take away one (NDP) member and you […]
Jan 25, 2019
With 2 rivals claiming Venezuela’s presidency, Canada shelters family of anti-government colonel
CBC spoke to Max Cameron, a UBC professor of political science with a focus on Latin American affairs, in an article about the political situation in Venezuela. He said that the […]
Jan 24, 2019
Taking the national temperature for #Elxn43
Pique quoted Max Cameron, director with the Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions at UBC, in an article about federal elections. “The Liberals were incredibly good in the last election of […]
Jan 22, 2019
Electoral reform referendum
Max Cameron, a political scientist at UBC, was mentioned in a News 1130 article about results of the referendum on electoral reform. “I would really question the wisdom of taking a […]
Dec 21, 2018
Four things to know about the history of NAFTA, as Trump takes another step toward replacing it
Time spoke to Max Cameron, a professor of political science at UBC, in an article about the history of NAFTA. Cameron said that a debt crisis in Mexico led to […]
Dec 3, 2018
Electoral reform referendum voter turnout up to 18%
Global News quoted UBC professor Richard Johnston in an article about the electoral reform referendum which has only seen a turnout of 18 per cent of voters. Johnston said there […]
Nov 20, 2018
Do you understand proportional representation?
UBC political scientist Max Cameron was interviewed on News 1130 about proportional representation. The interview also appeared on Breakfast Television.
Nov 20, 2018
Horgan defends veto of closed lists, says he’s not manipulating system
UBC political science professor Max Cameron was quoted in a Vancouver Sun article about Premier John Horgan’s denial that he is trying to manipulate the outcome of the referendum on […]
Nov 19, 2018
Threat of extremism posted by proportional representation in B.C. overstated: academics
Maxwell Cameron, a political science professor at UBC, was quoted in a Vancouver Sun article about proportional representation. Cameron said that a voting system such as this often has a […]
Nov 15, 2018
B.C.’s referendum on voting
UBC political scientist Max Cameron was interviewed on CBC’s Power and Politics about the referendum on voting in B.C. The interview starts at the 59 minute mark.
Nov 13, 2018
B.C. premier squares off with Liberal leader in electoral reform debate
Two UBC political science professors spoke to various media outlets about an upcoming debate on electoral reform in B.C. The Canadian Press spoke with Richard Johnston, who said both the […]
Nov 8, 2018
Brazil’s far-right election results become B.C. electoral reform fodder
Star Vancouver quoted Max Cameron, a UBC political scientist and an electoral reform advocate, for an article comparing political events in Brazil and B.C. Cameron wrote a Facebook post about […]
Nov 5, 2018
Electoral reform in B.C.
Two UBC political science professors spoke to local media about electoral reform in B.C. Star Vancouver interviewed Max Cameron, director with the Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions at UBC. […]
Nov 2, 2018
B.C.’s electoral reform referendum includes two unprecedented options
Max Cameron, a UBC political scientist, spoke to CityNews 1130 about electoral reform. He spoke about the different options available on the referendum ballot.
Nov 1, 2018
Cash contributors to B.C.’s electoral reform referendum highlight partisan nature of fight
The Vancouver Sun interviewed Max Cameron, a political scientist and the director of UBC’s Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions, for an article about B.C. electoral reform. He said […]
Oct 31, 2018
How Doug Ford became an issue in the B.C. electoral reform campaign
Max Cameron, a UBC political science professor, spoke to Maclean’s for an article about electoral reform in B.C. He said many factors contribute to Europe’s shifting political landscape, not just […]
Oct 30, 2018
Experts abroad weigh B.C. voting systems in referendum
Max Cameron, the director of the Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions at UBC, was quoted in a Star Vancouver article about electoral reform in B.C. “I don’t think […]
Oct 29, 2018