The Hon. Bill Graham, PC., QC. and the Board of Directors of The NATO Council of Canada cordially invite you to the Annual Tribute Dinner
Highlighting some of the speakers and Guests of Honour attending our tribute dinner.
Foreign policy is the face that Canada presents to the world, so if our foreign policy was more reflective of how we play hockey, would the world view us in a much different light?
The NATO Council of Canada’s Annual Award for Exceptional Contribution to International Peace and Security is next month. If you have not already purchased a ticket, click here or scroll to the bottom. This year’s award recipient, Troels Frøling, has a solid reputation for establishing ambitious projects which target the growth of civil society within struggling democracies. Read More…
This article is the second installment of a three part series on Canadian Foreign Policy. The initial background piece can be found here. Activity and Association Bilateral free trade agreements are a good indication of principal power. Canada currently has six bilateral free trade agreements with Colombia, Peru, the European Free Trade Association, Costa Rica, Chile, Read More…
This round table will feature two nuclear industry experts, conversing on the major issues and prospects facing the nuclear industry today.
Kyle MacDonald on why Senator Chuck Hagel, if selected as Secretary of Defense, Would be Good for Canada.
Troels Frøling’s vast initiatives are but one reason why the NATO Council of Canada has chosen this remarkable individual as this year’s recipient to receive the international Peace and Security Award.
It is our honour and privilege to have Troels Frøling, as this year’s recipient of the Award for Exceptional Contribution to International Peace and Security.
The head of the African Union is petitioning NATO nations to send forces to Mali to expel Al-Qaeda-linked fighters, who have overtaken the north of the county. He warned that convoys of Islamist extremists advancing on government-held towns represent a looming threat to the world. Without a moment of hesitation, the rhetoric of quixotic interventionism Read More…