|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Conservative Canadian politicians who crossed the border to campaign for Donald Trump should probably be thinking about what to say when the issue comes up in public.|
China's concerns about Canadian canola are legitimate, and we're going to have to deal with them sooner or laterDavid J. Climenhaga | Problems marketing Canadian oilseeds in China are not the result of Chinese politics. They have their origins in the politics of the former Harper government, right here in Canada.
Short-term jobs and profits notwithstanding, Canada's interests are not served by Saudi armoured vehicle saleDavid J. Climenhaga | Sometimes individuals and countries really do need to do the right thing. This is one of those times. Canadians elected Justin Trudeau to do better than this.
|Blog Christopher Majka | Green Party leader Elizabeth May is an environmental dynamo on a mission to shake up Canadian politics. I talk with her about climate change, political reform, foreign trade, deficits and democracy.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Former Alberta MP and Harper government minister Rob Merrifield wasn't the only one to make the mistake of assuming the Tories were forever.|
|Blog David McLaren | Is it okay to mix international trade with foreign policy? What if it's reeking with missionaries, rape, murder and predatory resource extraction?|
|Blog Armine Yalnizyan | From inflation targeting to quantative easing, from stimulus to international trade, Armine Yalnizyan shares his thoughts on the, er, number-two choice for Bank of Canada governor.|
|Blog Karl Nerenberg | After a brief flirtation with a strong human rights stance vis-à-vis China, the current Conservative Government in Ottawa seems to have fallen in love with the Chinese economic leviathan.|
|News Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs | On behalf the Union of BC Indian Chiefs, we are writing to firmly express, advise and direct the Government of Canada to reject the Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement with China.|
|Columnists Jim Stanford | There's no denying that foreign trade has been the biggest drag on Canada's economic performance in recent years.|
|Columnists Murray Dobbin | The frantic rush to get CETA signed has opened up a new front in the stop-Harper movement. The key to defeating CETA now lies with the junior levels of government, the provinces and municipalities.|