Continued arming of Saudi Arabia in its brutal war on Yemeni civilians puts in question the values that countless Canadian soldiers believed they were fighting to uphold.
By ending arms sales to Saudi Arabia, Canada can make a real difference toward genuine accountability in the brutal Khashoggi murder and in impeding Saudi Arabia’s ability to continue its monstrous war in Yemen.
Prime Minister Trudeau has the clear legal authority to cancel the sordid Saudi arms deal in the face of unspeakable human rights abuses. But does he have the moral courage to act?
To honour the proud legacy of Canadians like John Humphreys, a key architect of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Canada must stop exporting arms to Saudi Arabia.
Canada’s commitment to the principles of the Arms Trade Treaty is called into question by deeply flawed accession legislation.
Our sordid Saudi arms deal makes Canada complicit in atrocities against innocent Yemeni civilians.