As the Trudeau government promises to continue funding the illogical, anti-human enterprise of war, the social costs of such massive investments continue to reveal themselves.
As hope for more humanitarian immigration and refugee policies in Canada grows, we need to look back on our history of helping refugees and how far we still have to go.
Edward C. Corrigan
After 10 years of the Harper government, it is absolutely necessary that Justin Trudeau and the Liberal government improve immigration, refugee and citizenship policy in Canada.
In the wake of the horrific attacks in Paris on Nov. 13, there has been a crushing backlash in the U.S. against refugees from the wars in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.
The crisis of war and the millions fleeing these infernos has reached levels unseen since the Second World War, prompting the UN to issue an "unprecedented joint warning" for states to end wars.
David J. Climenhaga
The Russian intervention in Syria seems to have produced at least in the short term several benefits for Canadian taxpayers.
Toronto-based artist Darren O'Donnell spoke to rabble.ca about his summer stay at a refugee holding centre in Hemsbach, Germany and how the art project informed his ideas of migration and integration.
The Steelworkers Humanity Fund is making $100,000 available to sponsor Syrian refugees to Canada and contributing $40,000 to support Oxfam's emergency relief efforts for Burundian refugees.
Against all odds, a lively, informative debate emerged from Roy Thomson Hall on Monday night at the Munk debate on foreign policy.
Robert Fisk is an award-winning journalist who is currently on a cross-Canada speaking tour focused on Syria. Read this exclusive interview.