A “needless concession” a few years ago is today a political necessity, only the victims have changed.
Instead of punishing the companies involved, the federal government decided to deal with the problems by acting against defenceless workers.
It is ironic that, as we near our 150th anniversary as a country, we have become one of the world’s warmongers.
The US détente is promising, but what will happen after the Castro brothers die?
Netanyahu understands the American political system as well as he understands his own.
It is time perhaps for the current minister, Stephen Blaney, to change his name to Blarney.
Leaders see the invasion of another country as an easy short term policy. Canadians don't seem to understand the political manipulation underway.
Canadian principles ended up being influenced not by the complexities of the world but by the complexities of the Canadian electorate.
In the shadows there is an array of examples of governments who do pay to have their citizens released—or at least facilitate the payment of ransom by intermediaries.
Central America's children at America's doorstep; Israel's battles with Gaza; Russia's strong-arming of Ukraine—they're all connected by this little-understood phenomenon.