Chun, Wendy Hui Kyong; Amanda Clarke, Matthew Herder, Howard Ramos, and Julia Right. “It’s Time to Protect Expert Advice.” Globe and Mail (March 3).

*McLay, Rachel; Howard Ramos and Karen Foster. 2021. Environment supersedes economy, Atlantic Canadians say. Halifax Chronicle Herald. Saltwire Network (September 9).

Ramos, Howard. 2020. Immigration to Canada May Not Return to Pre-Pandemic Levels. New Canadian Media. (June 19).

Ramos, Howard. 2020. “Being Counted in Canada’s Coronavirus Data.” New Canadian Media. (April 15).

Ramos, Howard and Emma Kay. 2020. “Affordable housing: It’s not just a big city problem anymore.” The Conversation. Canada (March 2). (reprinted in Saltwire network, The Telegram, The Guardian, The Journal Pioneer, Halifax Today).

Ramos, Howard and Andrew Griffith. 2019. “Human rights defenders should boycott immigration conference in Beijing.” Ottawa Citizen (November 25).

Ramos, Howard and Sylvain Charlebois. 2019. “Why food affordability should be a federal election issue.” The Conversation. Canada (September 25).

*McLay, Rachel and Howard Ramos. 2019. “Urban-rural” divide in Atlantic Canada is a myth.” Policy Options. Ottawa. (June 3).

Howard Ramos and Rachel *McLay. 2019. “Busting the Myth that Canadians are Polarized on Climate and Immigration.” The Conversation. Canada (May 21). (Reprinted in National Post, Saltwire Network)

Wilkes, Rima and Howard Ramos. 2019. “Why the Media Loves the White Racist Story.” The Conversation. Canada. (January 31). (Reprinted in National Post, Saltwire Network)

Ramos, Howard, and Alice Aiken. 2018. “How Artificial Intelligence Can Improve Health Care.” Ottawa Citizen (May 28).

Ramos, Howard. 2017. “We Need a Census of Robots and AI.” Ottawa Citizen (December 4 online; December 5 print, circulated also to the Province).

Amanda Clarke, Howard Ramos, Julia M. Wright. 2023. “Supporting research communications in challenging times.” Academic Matters (Spring issue)

Griffith, Andrew and Howard Ramos. 2021. “Will the pandemic make Canada less attractive to newcomers?” Policy Options. IRPP. Ottawa. February 3.

Ramos, Howard and Mark C. J. Stoddart. 2020. “When it comes to the move online, the medium is the message.” University Affairs. June 3.

Akbardi, Ather, and Howard Ramos. 2019. “Doing Immigration Differently in Secondary Centres.” Canadian Diversity 16(1): 3.

Wong, Lloyd, and Howard Ramos. 2019. “Hockey and Immigrant/Ethnic Integration.” Canadian Diversity 16(1): 3.

Ramos, Howard and Michael Ungar. 2018. “Refugee Families in the Canadian Context.” Canadian Diversity 14(3): 3-4.

Wilkes, Rima and Howard Ramos. 2018. “It’s time to rethink letters of recommendation.” University Affairs (December 07).

Ramos, Howard, Rima Wilkes and Neil McLaughlin. 2017. “Canadian Sociology in non-sociological times.” Global Dialogues 7(2).

Ramos, Howard. 2016. “A Defining Moment in Responding to Refugees.” Canadian Diversity 13(2): 5-6.

Ramos, Howard and Michael Ungar. 2016. “Focusing on Refugee Children and Youth will Make a Difference.” Canadian Diversity 13(2): 17-18.

Ramos, Howard. 2016.  “Immigrants Do Well in Nova Scotia and Provide Opportunities for Business.” Business Voice. (May) 25(4): 24.

Yoshida, Yoko, Howard Ramos, and Madine VanderPlaat. 2016. “How do the Economic Outcomes of Economic versus Family Sponsored Immigrants Compare?” Canadian Diversity 13(1): 25-29.English | French

Ramos, Howard. 2015. “Something’s Going on North of the Border, Eh.” Contexts (Rapid response Blog, October 20).

Stoddart, Mark CJ and Howard Ramos. 2015. “Communications Breakdown: To Move the Masses, Speak Bodly and Carry a big Schtick.” Alternatives Journals 41(1): 71-72.