Concerns raised over mining lawsuit against El Salvador

Concerns raised over mining lawsuit against El Salvador

Critics raise environmental worries, but OceanaGold says it met necessary regulatory requirements.

Cesar’s story

Incoming Project Ploughshares executive director talks about how he came to Canada and wound up in Waterloo, Ont.

Alberta NDP will quell foreign investment fears, focus on environment: Observers

Sky won't fall; goose laying golden egg might just lay smaller eggs, analysts say.

Canadians set to whet Brits’ palate

Wine producers want to impress UK wine writers at tasting this week.

Secretive, massive TPP deal back on the agenda

US politicians openly talking to media about the 'Canadian situation' of supply management.

Australia, New Zealand wines attract politico palates

Hill event hosted by House speaker, high commissioners and parliamentary friendship group.

Democracy stalls in Burma

Aung San Suu Kyi warned “too many of our Western friends are too optimistic about the democratization process.” She's got that right.

Multinationals, SMEs must team up for success in Asia

The help needed for many Canadian small businesses to reach full export potential in Asia cannot be achieved by government support alone.

Tibet mine probe bans BC firm from export help

China Gold 'will no longer qualify for government of Canada support in foreign markets,' government says.

Eastbound and down

The centre of gravity of the world economy is moving south and east.

The future of education

The EU’s education policy chief on the technology ‘tsunami,’ international student mobility and why PhDs are pouring coffee.

Asian infrastructure bank sets sail without Canada

The Harper government’s decision to hold off is mystifying many and raises bigger questions about Canada’s Asia strategy.

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