While Nunavut continues to struggle with a lack of economic activity, Paul Pryce discusses the promise a proposed Arctic port holds for the future of Nunavut.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a trade deal spanning some 6,000 pages. Paul Pryce explains how the TPP could spruce up the outlook for Canada’s forestry industry.
With Exercise Tradewinds successfully concluded, Paul Pryce discusses the deep roots of Canada’s defence relationship with Jamaica.
Canada’s Navy has a new Commanding Officer. Paul Pryce discusses the implications for Canadian sea power.
Those who fought in the Italian Campaign of WWII are sometimes characterized as ‘D-Day Dodgers’. Paul Pryce discusses the grim reality faced by those Canadians who fought to liberate Italy.
Canada’s maritime forces are increasingly visible in the Caribbean and Central America. Paul Pryce discusses the opportunities this presents.
The Cuban Navy is looking worse for wear. Paul Pryce discusses the risks and how Canada can respond.
Reinforcing Canadian ‘soft power’ in the Americas. Paul Pryce discusses the prospects for Canada and Mexico to monitor an anticipated ceasefire in Colombia’s 50-year civil war.
Canada’s Navy is sending its officers to the ends of the earth. Paul Pryce discusses the training opportunities Antarctica can offer an increasingly Arctic force.
Following the 65th anniversary of the Battle of Kapyong, Paul Pryce discusses Canada’s enduring defence partnership with Australia and New Zealand.