A columnist at The National Post, and the former National Editor of Maclean’s, Andrew Coyne is thoughtful, intrepid, and never afraid to speak his mind. Coyne is highly sought after by audiences looking for unvarnished insights on Canada’s increasingly interconnected political and economic future.
“Andrew Coyne ... believes that we can demand better—so we get more than just party rhetoric and spin. That’s what Andrew tries to do ... It’s not about siding with one party over another—it’s about good government, policy and accountability.”— CBC
Coyne has been an editorial writer, columnist and contributor for The Globe and Mail, The Financial Post, Saturday Night, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Time magazine. Coyne is no stranger to national accolades: he is the winner of two National Newspaper Awards and the Hyman Solomon Award for Excellence in Public Policy Journalism. He is also a member of the “At Issue” Panel on CBC’s The National, appears on TVO’s The Agenda, and once co-hosted Face-Off on CBC. He is a Fellow of the School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Toronto and holds a Master’s in Economics from the London School of Economics.
The former national editor of Maclean’s—one of Canadian journalism’s most prestigious and influential positions—and an original member of the National Post, Andrew Coyne has established himself over the last two decades as one of this country's most thoughtful, passionate, and articulate commentators on political and economic issues.
At Issue Canada’s Economic and Political Future
Andrew Coyne translates the new energy and cross-country insight of his column at the National Post into this dynamic talk, commenting on and bringing clarity to the social, political, media, and economic issues shaping the country today.