People can argue about whether South Africa is doing well enough, but they can at least agree that Mandela got the country safely through the most dangerous phase of the transition.
Once Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan could play public opinion like a violin; now he is arrogant and tone-deaf.
The treaty won’t affect cost or availability of firearms or ammunition for legitimate gun owners, or call for national gun registries.
New evidence suggests Canada’s water-supply efforts failed Afghan farmers.
Have G8 countries the political will to impose changes on their corporate giants?
The government has conceded the human right to water exists, but that’s not enough.
The International Joint Commission protects shared waters and is a model for Canada-US co-operation.
Tight government budgets mean it’s a major challenge to fund needed infrastructure to do ocean research. Allies are working together to maximize resources.
New regional conservation initiative looks promising, but Canada has yet to weigh in.
CIDA needs a water, sanitation, and hygiene policy.
A snapshot of Canada’s more populated regions shows water stresses abound, while demand elsewhere grows.
Scenarios and games can help governments learn to adapt to new Arctic sea conditions.
Water managers face a rising burden on municipalities to provide services, and the high costs of infrastructure renewal.
Questions about the trip itself, the government’s trade agenda, and the position of Canada in pan-Pacific trade were woefully absent.
20 years after proposing World Oceans Day, Canada remains committed to protecting ocean health, ensuring responsible marine-resource use.
Canadians, on average, flush more potable water down the toilet every day than many people in the world have access to in a week.
The Tories have taken modest steps to ban bulk-water exports down rivers flowing to the US. It remains to be seen, however, just how water-tight this will be.