Dennis wrote an article for the Mennonite Creation Care Network (in the US and Canada) about what the 2019 federal election might mean regarding policy on climate change. You can read the piece here.

Dennis was interviewed recently about his book Speeches That Changed Canada. The interview was published by the Canadian Association of Former Parliamentarians in their magazine called Beyond the Hill. You can read the interview here.

Some forms of populism are democratic and inclusive. Others are authoritarian, spreading hate and scapegoating the vulnerable. Read this speech by Dennis on Reframing Populism.

Read a review by Dennis of the 2018 book Journeys to Justice: Reflections on Canadian Christian Activism.

Read Dennis’ farewell to the Prairie Messenger, a paper published by the Benedictine monks at the St. Peter’s monastery in rural Saskatchewan, but now closed down. Dennis was once a high school student at St. Peter’s and has written for the publication for decades.

Read a post by Dennis with about Rev. Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech delivered a few years before his assassination in 1968.

Read an article by Dennis in Christian Courier on author Trevor Herriot and his new book, Towards a Prairie Atonement.

Read an interview with Dennis in Rhubarb magazine about his life in politics.

Read an article by Dennis in Policy Options magazine about the political rhetoric employed by Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump in the U.S. election campaign.

Read  a review by Dennis in the Canadian Parliamentary Review of Professor David McGrane’s book,  Remaining Loyal: Social Democracy in Quebec and Saskatchewan