Friday, Aug. 18, 2017
An offence-defence arms race won't make us any safer.
The key is a client-focused public sector that provides export promotion and foreign investment services to help Canadian business.
It’s worth remembering the only nation to have ever actually used a nuclear bomb against humans is the United States.
The stakes are too high to sit on the sidelines.
The Trump administration's negotiating priorities for the NAFTA suggest it wants to change things, but keep everything the same, says a former Bush adviser.
Conservative MP Rob Nicholson was 'unusually gracious' in drafting a bill that 'takes the politics' out, and working with the opposite side: Liberal MP Rob Oliphant.
The decision to pursue including a chapter on Indigenous rights was the brainchild of Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde, who is a member of the NAFTA Council advising Ms. Freeland.
A brazen attack on a military barracks is stoking fears that the South American country is hurling towards civil war.
I respect and admire the Queen. But once she is gone, we must ask ourselves if we are a ‘real country’ or not.
The country's vice-president in exile has a history of grotesque alleged war crimes.
Venezuela's debt to China means the Asian power could help to secure peace in that county, if it chose.
Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada staffing over the last half-decade has bucked larger public service population trends; it has grown instead of cutting.
Canada could concentrate efforts in the hemisphere on providing humanitarian aid to Venezuelans.
As the BBC’s Anthony Zurcher said, Lincoln had his ‘team of rivals,’ and Trump’s got the final scene of Quentin Tarantino’s classic film, where everyone is yelling and pointing a gun at someone else.
Last week was the worst week of the Donald Trump presidency so far—though this week isn't over yet.
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