Canada’s commitment to the principles of the Arms Trade Treaty is called into question by deeply flawed accession legislation.
Omar Khadr was a child soldier illegally interrogated by Canadian agents while detained and tortured by a foreign power.
Part One of a series examining Canada’s legislation acceding to the historic Arms Trade Treaty.
Some initial reflections on the legacy of revolutionary Fidel Castro.
The actions of a small boy at a magazine rack offer a lesson to us all.
Many western democracies have parliamentary oversight of arms exports but not Canada.