Looking back, the thought of a North Korean nuclear warhead being in reach of Guam, let alone the continental United States, was far-fetched and easily dismissible. But now, more than ever, Pyongyang’s threat of engulfing Washington, D.C. in a “sea of fire” is a legitimate prospect. The U.S. and her allies, having made no real Read More…
A three-part article analyses Canada’s diplomatic, economic and military policies to address the challenges and opportunities for the Asia-Pacific region.
The highly anticipated news is expected to bring about a massive change in infrastructure, healthcare, and revenue for the government of Canada.
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Low interest rates, a low Canadian dollar, and lots of foreign investment have created a housing bubble which may be about to burst, and Canadians looking to buy a home will pay the price.
Canada’s harm reduction efforts face new challenges with the onset of the fentanyl crisis. Safe injection sites have become a topic of debate among Canadian health officials and municipal governments, with no simple answers in sight.
Eric Sabiti explores the implications the new housing market regulations have on both foreign investors and Canadians.
The Program Spotlight Series, provides a brief overview of prestigious universities and colleges to study International Relations.
This week: Bachelor of International Relations at University of British Colombia (UBC)!
A short profile on the new Justice Minister of Canada Jody Wilson-Raybould and the importance of her appointment to the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women.
Get to know the newly announced Minister of National Defence, the Honourable Harjit Sajjan.