Canada should not turn a deaf ear to refugees

Canada should not turn a deaf ear to refugees

Instead of being a measure of statesmanship of our political leaders, the crisis became a tool in Canada's election campaign.

These professionals are often the very instrument through which foreign policy is implemented.

The federal government is using our air transportation sector as a cash cow.

The author relies on her own background to the extent that I was sure in the first pages that I was reading an autobiography.

Our leadership on maternal and newborn child health is laudable, but we have slipped on addressing climate change and poverty at home and abroad.

What is the Russian endgame and their exit strategy?

We need change, but not just the tinkering currently being proposed by those who seek to lead us.

There has been real progress. Many millions now enjoy a quality of life never imagined by previous generations. However, others have been left behind.

I walked a full block jammed with blue-shirted NYPD officers, security and news vehicles. Then, a sergeant spotted me. “Come with me,” he said.

Canada has a role to play under the new global Sustainable Development Goals.

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