Former Senator Doug Roche talks about his longtime friend, Joe Clark, who celebrates the 40th anniversary this week on becoming prime minister back on June 4, 1979.
The U.S. has plans to spend $100,000 per minute on the maintenance and expansion of nuclear weapons.
The question is whether the government will listen, as we witness increasing nuclear brinkmanship.
Somehow, a way has to be found to infuse the political process with ethical values of genuine peace and social justice while avoiding a charge by politicians that churchgoers are 'interfering.'
Pierre Trudeau and Lloyd Axworthy knew the right side of history, but the current Liberal government is running away from one of the great issues of our time.
From the start of my political career in 1972, the library has always been a place of calm in Centre Block where I could escape to. Now, at 88, I likely won't see it again, as it's soon to undergo 10 years of renos.
The Atomic Scientists’ Doomsday Clock has just ratcheted up to two minutes to midnight, yet Canada seems missing in action.
Last week’s papal speech is a reversal of a 35-year policy, which in the arcane world of Vatican diplomacy is not easy to do.