At outer space code of conduct talks in July, the Canadians tried to walk the narrow line between the BRICS and American positions.
One-time liberal voices amongst Western donors, like Canada, were almost as defensive on increasing aid volume as traditional misers.
Nuclear co-operation is one of the key areas of partnership between Kazakhstan and Canada.
While funding basic services is important, Canada could be doing more to solve this refugee crisis.
In this struggle, Canada stands not with those that believe nuclear disarmament is long overdue, but with the few that still question a ban.
Religion needs to be on the agenda alongside pipelines and the TPP, as an equal, major issue.
Syrian refugees are a collective international responsibility.
We must help businesses overcome the risks and obstacles that may prevent them from seizing new opportunities.
As the campaign buses rev, it’s time to think about where Canada can improve its behaviour.
A promising new way to boost aid, or a fig leaf to disguise Canada’s disengagement from fighting global poverty?
Legitimate comments add to the debate and are welcomed—but this was a personal threat.
Western military mechanisms, no matter how effective, cannot address basic human needs for legitimate government, physical security or social and economic development.
War of words on dairy comes amid chilly Harper-Obama ties.
Flora was not only a trailblazer, she was also a role model for a whole generation.
For more than 20 years our Saskatchewan family farm has employed young farmers from around the world through the program. It helps our farm economy, boosts our tourism industry and strengthens our image abroad.
There was rejoicing in Washington, but there may be less to this change than meets the eye.
The violence that is now hidden by our simplistic use of the word "terrorism" will continue.
On paper, it's easy. But what about the people and the social cohesion of the country?
The risk for Europe is not so much financial but political contagion.