Canadian foreign policy

By Min Sook Lee, Al Jazeera, May 6, 2018 Many like to think of Canada as being "tolerant of diversity", a champion of human rights and a…
By Janine Jackson & Joe Emersberger, FAIR.org, May 1, 2018 Listen to the interview. Transcript below: Janine Jackson: Perhaps…
By Brendan Kennedy & Michelle Shepherd, the Star, April 30, 2018 When Global Affairs Canada announced another aid package to war-torn…
By David Pugliese, Ottawa Citizen, April 16, 2018 The Caribbean Special Tactics Centre or CSTC was officially opened at the Jamaica…
By Elizabeth McSheffrey, National Observer, April 17, 2018 Traffic grinds to a crawl on the dusty highway through Casillas, a small city…
By Colin Perkel, The Globe & Mail, April 15, 2018 Ecuadorian villagers are set this week to try again to hold Chevron Canada legally…
By Ashley Renders, National Observer, April 10, 2018  Canada is the most sued country in NAFTA—a troubling fact that has resurfaced since…
By Ghana Guardian, April 12, 2018 Defence Minister Hon. Dominic Nitiwul has ordered a Canadian Mining company C&G Aleska to desist…
By Ben Makuch, VICE news, April 4, 2018 If you were to listen to the foreign policy rhetoric emanating from Ottawa these days you’d think…
By Yves Engler, Dissident Voice, April 2, 2018 Is there no voice in Parliament willing to denounce Canadian interference in another…
By teleSUR, March 24, 2018 Two hundred liters of cyanide solution are polluting the waters of Mexico's Piaxtla River in San Dimas, Durango…
By Roger Annis, A Socialist In Canada, March 20, 2018 Canada is stepping its toes further into the social and military disasters in Africa…
By Ashifa Kassam, The Guardian, March 21, 2018 Justin Trudeau has defended his government’s decision to sign off on the sale of more than…
By Murray Brewster, CBC News, March 19, 2018 Canada's multi-billion dollar arms sale to Saudi Arabia includes a substantial number of "…
By AFP, March 17, 2018 Canada will soon take part in its first peacekeeping mission to Africa since Rwanda in 1994, sending peacekeepers,…
By Linda McQuaig, the Star, March 15, 2018 In terms of foreign policy damage, whatever harm Justin Trudeau did by parading around India in…