Panelists Extol Western Military Principles at Halifax Forum, Warn of ‘Too Much Critical Thinking’
“We have a problem in the U.S. of too much critical thinking."
Peace a Distant Prospect at The Halifax International Security Forum
The war in Ukraine was front and centre as journalists, politicians, military leaders and businesspeople gathered for the annual Halifax International Security Forum (HFX).
Military Intervention Is No Solution to Violence in Haiti, Experts Warn
“The idea that Haiti needs an international intervention to deal with street gangs is ridiculous and racist and completely rejected by Haitians.”
Canada Exported More Than $132 Million in Combat Vehicles to Saudi Arabia in August
"It's time for Canada to develop a robust, thoughtful economic conversion strategy that will decrease our reliance on arms exports."
Canadian Government No Longer Denies Ukraine Arms Shipments Have Ended Up in Azov Hands
The Department of National Defence won't say for certain that Canada's arms shipments to Ukraine haven't gone towards far-right extremists.
NDP Puts Forward 13-Point Plan for Justice in Israel-Palestine
"In recognizing the asymmetrical nature of this conflict, Canada has an obligation to do more."
How Will Canadian Fossil Fuel Companies React to Colombia's New President?
“There is no question that the Canadian government will be using whatever resources it can to protect Canadian oil and gas companies' profits in Colombia."
Who Are The Candidates Running for Conservative Party Leader?
The Conservative Party’s third leadership race since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defeated Stephen Harper in 2015 is officially underway.
Journalist-Turned-Senator Says Online News Compensation Bill Misses The Mark
"This is not going to replace the lost revenues, it's not going to bring back the size of the newsrooms and it's not going to bring back public trust"
Canada Ramping Up Military Spending
With the $8-billion injection, Canada will be spending 1.5 per cent of its GDP on defence, compared to 1.39 per cent pre-budget.