Iraq's ambassador to Canada calls upon the international community to help stop terrorism in his country.
The exasperated vow of Naguib Sawiris is another example of Canada’s foggy foreign investment framework in action.
The US shot down an Iranian civilian airliner with 290 people aboard in 1988. Yet that incident was treated very differently than the MH17 tragedy.
Through aid and trade, Canada stands to help Honduras tackle its many challenges.
Real leadership requires that the government work with the opposition and release a joint statement in support of the Israeli cause.
Canada must define a new strategy to help with regional security.
The greatest benefits of foreign ownership come when foreign companies or investors are invested in Canada as a whole—not just trying to squeeze as much profit out of our economy as possible.
There’s no doubt that extraordinary steps like these have not traditionally been on transaction planning charts, but this is the new world.
And trying to fix the upper chamber means complicated constitutional contortions.
The Senate committee's report makes some key assertions without substantiation and ignores other relevant factors.
Debating whether Burma or Burkina Faso should be on the list detracts from the real issues: Aid fragmentation and effectiveness.
Reflections on Canada’s 2014 Ukraine experience.
As we held our fire for six long hours, rockets from Gaza continued to rain down.
The Canada-US ambassadorial pair’s public duel displayed the frayed relations between the two countries.
Because Canada survived the recession okay? Because its people are naturally more tolerant? Not so fast, writes James Yan.
New report details recurring problems such as response gaps in areas hardest to reach.
When our government acts badly, the final role is not for the courts, it is for citizens.
Commercial interests have again trumped human rights concerns, like they did three years ago with the Colombia trade deal.
Trade delegation’s June visit to Canada highlights that both sides are itching to do business.
Columnist Carol Goar writes that the government's falling acceptance of displaced people, its tightening of health-care benefits and other actions show its claims of generosity aren't valid.