Ka Hsaw Wa speaks at the University of Ottawa in Dec. 2007. Photo: Matthew Morgan.
Matthew Morgan | When a Karen dissident came to the University of Ottawa in 2007 and was in the position of embarrassing a major benefactor, administration staff tried to prevent the talk, according to emails.
Tin Maung Htoo and Kevin McLeod | Former prime minister Jean Chretien has been hired on as a "senior international adviser" to Ivanhoe Mines, a company that helps the Burmese military regime operate the country's largest mine.
Amy Goodman | Oil giants Shell and Chevron are in the spotlight this week, with shareholder meetings and a historic trial being held.
John Bonnar | Over 100 people participated in a global day of action at Queen's Park on Monday in support of Burma's pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who is accused of violating the terms of her house arrest.
Kevin McLeod | Ler Wah's inability to get status stems from Canadian government policy that continues to discriminate against refugees for their involvement in the resistance to the Burmese junta.