Blog
John Bonnar | Supporters of deposed Honduran president Manuel Zelaya gathered outside the Brazilian consulate in Toronto Wednesday demanding his return to power.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | With tear gas wafting through the Brazilian Embassy where ousted president Manuel Zelaya is taking refuge, this week may force the U.S. to finally help the people of Honduras undo the coup.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | There's been much recent criticism of the Harper government's foreign policy. I don't mean to pile on but rather to explore the cause.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Though Barack Obama first called the Honduran military's removal of President Manuel Zelaya a coup, his administration has backpedaled. Could lobbyists in Washington be forging U.S. foreign policy?
Podcast
Mordecai Briemberg | Yves Engler says Canadian corporate interests in Honduras strongly influenced the Harper government's response to the overthrow of President Zelaya in a military coup last month.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | As the coup government blocked the constitutional president from landing in his country today, its largely U.S.-trained and funded military shot into the massive crowd, killing at least two people.
Blog
John Bonnar | One participant in the protest was doubtful about public support: "We know that for Canadians Latin America doesn’t exist. Our problems don't matter in Canada. They only want to enjoy our beaches."