On January 11, 2017, David Moscrop told us that we need to understand “how different people see the world,” in order to “combat” populism...Read More Populism threatens socialists, not civilization
Under Canada’s previous minister of foreign affairs, the government launched a process to consider incorporating penalties for human rights abuses into federal sanctions law...Read More More sanctions is the wrong tool for human rights protection
As Prime Minister Trudeau meets with President Trump for the first time today, there is little doubt that their nascent relationship represents a study...Read More A test for Trudeau’s climate credibility
The Trudeau government’s lofty ambitions of fighting climate change are unlikely to succumb to Donald Trump’s presidency with a bang, but they could go...Read More Could Trump derail Canada’s climate and energy plan?
As Canada looks to diversify its international trade and foreign investment portfolio, there are encouraging signs that it is moving to seize blue-chip opportunities...Read More Jewel Britannia: the value of trade with the UK
As nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) today consider how to support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the current UN development framework, it is...Read More How an NGO coalition helped score the Muskoka Initiative
The recent attack on a Quebec City mosque has been attributed by a few commentators to the dangerous amalgamation of ethno-nationalism and xenophobia, that...Read More Quebec’s ethnic nationalism in perspective