Remembrance Days grow clearer in retrospect. They remember past wars after all, not wars happening now or about to happen. Those are contentious; they involve arguments and disagreements.
Harper claims his "thoughts and prayers" are with the soldiers killed last week, but he is sending more troops to die in Iraq while cutting their pensions amidst rising suicides.
Terrorism and violence bring reactions of shock and bewilderment. These acts need not be used to promote right-wing agendas.
Nora Loreto writes a passionate blog about the Ottawa Shooting events that happened Wednesday October 22.
With downtown Ottawa slowly emerging from lockdown and thousands of people who work in the core reeling, we are far from the dust settling on what has just happened.
Breaking war laws. After the First World War, the world passed laws making war illegal. Why are they being ignored by Harper and others?
Syria is the 14th country in the Islamic world that U.S. forces and their allies have invaded, occupied or bombed in the past 35 years. It hasn't worked.
Nov 15, 2014
OOntario Institute for Studies in Education
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IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, geopolitical tensions and inter-imperialist conflicts erupted in two major wars, which between them killed close to 100 million people.
Drinking water is a human right. The deliberate targeting of sources of drinking water in any conflict is a denial of that fundamental human right and a violation of international humanitarian law.
Elizabeth May delivered this speech in the Canadian House of Commons on October 3, opposing military intervention in Iraq and Syria.