Thursday, June 29, 2017
Canada recently joined the Group of Friends of Mediation, which includes 48 countries and five international organizations promoting the use of mediation in conflict prevention and resolution. There will be a meeting of minds on mediation this weekend in Turkey.
A 'long haul' military presence in the war-torn country isn't going to shape its future for the better: only Afghans can do that.
He has to balance pre-empting attacks from his rivals with keeping the focus on the faults of the incumbent Liberals.
While it’s become cliché to refer to Trudeau as the anti-Trump, he pretty much is—from his remarkably lifelike hair to his viral feminism.
Our policies, both domestic and international, must account for inequality.
There is no clear commitment from the Trudeau government to put pipeline or powerline reviews for these waterways back into the Navigation Protection Act.
Clusters of innovation already exist in Canada, and they require much less than $950-million to get off the ground.
Canada’s absence at nuclear-ban negotiations belies its commitment to multilateralism.
The feds gave money to Quebec St-Jean-Baptiste celebrations for the first time this year and it barely caused a ripple.
If you like sponge cake, this is your moment. But, if you are wondering if the Liberals ever meant to be the fairer, greener and more open government they promised to be—you are not alone.
Justin Trudeau is an anomaly. He grew up surrounded by wealth and privilege, but he personally embodies neither, somehow pulling off the middle-class artifice.
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