Since the recent airborne incident, debates about terrorism and how best to protect the American people have been reignited. Meanwhile, a killer that has stalked the U.S. public goes unchecked.
Canadians headed confidently into the new millennium, but they are limping out of its first decade uncertain about the future and what their country stands for.
The respect around the world that Canada has drawn on for decades has been poisoned by the Harper government. Here are some of the image-busters in Canada's foreign policy bag of nasty tricks.
The United Nations World Food Programme launched the Billion for a Billion campaign this week, urging the 1 billion people who use the Internet to help the billion who are hungry.
Again and again, U.S. negotiators have chosen not to strengthen international laws and protocols but rather to weaken them, often leading other rich countries in a race to the bottom.
David Letterman has struck the latest blow in his country's age-old battle with sexual puritanism. Actor Douglas Campbell was one of the many Scots who came to Canada and realized his dreams.
<p><span>Hidden penalties, sudden interest rate hikes, deceptive language -- those are just some of the abusive practices of credit card companies that Congress is trying to stop. </span></p>
"Strategic chaos" threatens to deepen insecurity in Afghanistan. The symptoms of collapse are heavily reported but the plan remains more of the same.