There is a bogus campaign afoot by U.S. beverage company Mott's to have the Clamato Caesar declared the national drink of Canada while they attempt to force wage and pension cuts on their workers.
Paul Jackson and Joegodson Déralciné
It's simply extraordinary to see how corporate power continues to profit at every turn in Haiti.
David J. Climenhaga
Australia's election result Saturday is one more nail in the coffin of the peculiar Canadian notion Parliamentary coalitions are "undemocratic."
A group of Arab Israeli NGOs send a letter in protest of Canadian funding cuts to Arab-Israeli NGO, Mada Al-Carmel.
An important next step for us will be a major demonstration on Friday October 22 against CETA during its fifth round of negotiations in Ottawa.
Council of Canadians chairperson Maude Barlow writes in the Guardian UK today that, "On 28 July, for the first time ever, the [UN] will hold a historic summit on the on the human right to water."
The Inter Press Service reports that, "Fears of a trade dispute with Canada have made European Union officials reluctant to categorise tar sands from North America as a more polluting fuel ..."
While Canadians generally think positively of Europe, and see it as more progressive than the United States, our perceptions could perhaps do with a bit of a reality check.
The Council of Canadians delivered more than 6,000 letters opposing CETA to the Mission of Canada to the European Union.
The full and transparent disclosure of information is unacceptably absent with respect to how water is presently being negotiated in the Canada-European Union CETA.