Many are being held indefinitely in a detention facility the desert.
The time has come for a broad, participatory dialogue on our energy future.
If Canada exercised its discretion as chair to exclude Russian participation, it would probably be alienating most or all of the other states and permanent participants in doing so.
The Icelandic business community has established an Arctic Chamber of Commerce, the first of its kind in the Arctic region.
The Korean government adopted Koreaâ€™s Arctic Policy at the end of last year.
Finlandâ€™s new Arctic strategy focuses on both economic growth and sustainability.
It is Japanâ€™s firm belief that the ocean, as a commons for all peoples, should be free, open and safe.
Offering prospective membership in these clubs could buoy democratic forces in Ukraine.
In most cases, the concept of motherland places the state at the centre of the political system, with people relegated to supportive roles.
Because the US government would have very reluctantly accepted Quebec independence.
As we have seen with measles in many parts of Canada, vaccine-preventable diseases are only a plane-ride away. We must stay vigilant.
As oil exports slump, the story of the Morning Glory tanker shows the countryâ€™s regional rifts.
The G7 voice will be just one amongst equals in global decision-making. Eventually it may wither away.
They need only read the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
Climate change is a shared responsibility in Canada, and our government will continue to work with provinces and territories.
The NDP is the only party to introduce legislation that would require the government to set science-based targets for emissions reductions.
When water becomes a commodity, the notion of water as a human right goes out the window.