Founded in 2007 as a print and online publication, C2C Journal is now primarily an online magazine publishing original commentaries, stories, reviews and investigative reports. Aimed at a national Canadian audience of readers interested in fresh ideas and quality writing about current political, cultural and economic issues, C2C specializes in longer form journalism that provides more substance than most mainstream news products and is more engaging than most academic journals.
C2C’s unabashed bias is in favour of free markets, democratic governance and individual liberty. We strive for balance, fairness and accuracy in our reporting and commentary. Our mission is to explore and develop “Ideas that Lead” by encouraging writers to push boundaries, challenge orthodoxies and advance arguments rooted in the values and principles of classical liberalism and western civilization.
C2C is particularly dedicated to the discovery and development of new, young writers and invites anyone interested in writing for the magazine to visit our Submissions page
The C2C Team
George Koch is C2C Journal’s associate editor. A small business owner with a B.A. in History and an M.A. in Journalism, he has spent the past 30+ years writing about politics, business, war, energy, and skiing. He was on the founding editorial team of the National Post, and in the early 2000s was speechwriter for Alberta’s Minister of Energy.
Kathleen Welsch is C2C Journal’s Art Director responsible for illustration, production editing and web posting. Kathleen holds an MBA and a Bachelor of Commerce degree in International Business from the University of Calgary.
Editorial Advisory Board
Ian Brodie is a political science professor at the University of Calgary and formerly Chief of Staff to Canada’s former Prime Minister, Stephen Harper. His book about cabinet government, At the Centre of Government, was an Amazon.ca Politics bestseller. His first book, Friends of the Court, was read by a more select audience.
Andrea Mrozek has a Master’s Degree in History from the University of Toronto, and is Program Director at Cardus Family. Andrea writes and speaks about education, child care, women’s issues and how family life affects the economy, and vice versa. Andrea’s opinion pieces have appeared in several major Canadian newspapers and she is frequently interviewed on TV and radio. In 2008, she launched the first exclusively female pro-life voice website in Canada with a team of bloggers at ProWomanProLife.org. Born in Toronto, Andrea now calls Ottawa home.