Senate Liberals host panel discussion at Open Caucus.
It is time for the Government of Canada to partner with the American and Nova Scotia governments in passing legislation to extend the Canadian moratorium through 2022. To do otherwise will endanger the spirit of cooperation that has developed between the United States and Canada in the management of this rich and sensitive marine area.
The moral and ethical rot at the core of these stories can be characterized quite nicely by the word pimping—HSBC for the rich and drug lords, Strauss Kahn for other members of the political and economic elite, and Williams and his ilk for well-paid complicity in the worst excesses of U.S. (and Canadian) militarism.
Five of Canada’s boldest visionaries speak about the one great idea they have for our country.
Major scientific discoveries cannot be planned. They come from giving creative thinkers the freedom to follow new ideas.
Let’s replace ‘thy sons’ with ‘of us.’ Doing so will cost taxpayers nothing, but signals to women and girls across Canada that they’re valued every bit as much as their brothers, fathers and sons.
These tools enable our scientists to undertake the basic research that will drive Canada’s ability to compete, collaborate and innovate on the world stage.
Central to our policies is understanding that there is no conflict between environment and economy.
Given the strong presence of colleges across Canada, and the breadth of college expertise in these disciplines, their work will offer significant benefit to faculty, to students, and to local businesses and communities throughout the country and well into the future.
It is important to see so many police and mental health leaders working together to change the culture; promote mental well-being; prevent mental health problems and illnesses; and, make it easier to seek help when needed, say MHCC and CACP.
'Treating the insurgencies primarily as a military rather than an ideological problem has caused the growth of insurgencies,' says Carleton University professor.
End-of-life care in Canada needs another look, says Charles Wright.
But unless something changes, come election time there will be two battles: the Harper Conservatives will be running to win, and the NDP and Liberals will be fighting their own private war. It is a recipe for disaster for the country.
The Canadian TV industry gets a blindside sack and Jean-Pierre Blais gets in touch with his inner Pete Carroll, all so a few tweeters can see a Target ad instead of one for Canadian Tire during future Super Bowl telecasts. Somebody should tell them about the internet.
Mounties generally make poor security guards. Nobody joins the RCMP to check passes or idle outside embassies and federal buildings.
The vacancies—close to 20 per cent of the Senate—present an unusual opportunity to launch significant reform. All that is needed is a guiding vision.