A year has passed since the government announced more than $17-billion in military equipment programs, and in that time the process for awarding these contracts has been subject to numerous complaints.
If Canada is serious about reducing greenhouse gas emissions quickly and at the lowest cost, boosting energy efficiency is the best plan. Efficiency normally increases at about one per cent a year. Imagine what doubling or tripling would do for productivi
Canada ranks 14th in the OECD's listing of R&D intensity, part of a declining and disturbing trend for a country with one of the highest standards of living in the world.
International comparisons suggest that Canada does a good job at preparing youth for the labour markets of today â€“but we need to go further.
The Legion is a progressive organization that has a significant economic impact on our Canadian society.
Not only would our $3-billion-plus-per-year on foreign aid be better spent if linked to science, but also four billion poor people in the developing world represent a huge market for Canada's science and technology services.
Last month Cabinet ruled that Wasyl Odynsky will not be denaturalized and deported despite his having been demonized as a 'Nazi' and a 'collaborator' for over 10 years.
It's in the best interest of the Canadian economy and the vast majority of Canadian farmers that Canada recognizes the opportunity provided by the chair of agriculture negotiations and use his efforts to move the negotiations to conclusion.
Canada's government isn't doing anything worth its weight in gold or green to protect our oceans.
A full state funeral for the last WWI veteran will be a disservice to both John Babcock and to all that Remembrance Day has come to stand for in Canada.
But public servants who do the same are investigated by the RCMP for breach of trust
New findings indicate today's greenhouse gas levels not unusual