When will the Justin Trudeau Liberals start living up to their international legal responsibilities?
Only two weeks left to sign e-petition 608 to ensure that the investigation of Afghan abuses has full access to information.
In a deeply disappointing response, the Canadian government has shirked its duties under international law and rejected the call for a Public Inquiry into the treatment of Afghan detainees.
In the wake of the horrific attacks in Paris, the Canadian neocons are out in full force, baying for Prime Minister Trudeau to renege on his promise to withdraw Canada from the bombing mission in Iraq and Syria.
The Rideau Institute and the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives have released a report calling for a transparent and impartial judicial commission of inquiry into the actions of Canadian officials relating to Afghan detainees.
Defence Minister Peter MacKay claims that he was never informed that the detainees Canadian forces were handing over to Afghan authorities faced the possibility of being tortured. This statement follows the public release of an affidavit given to the Military Police Compaints Commission (MPCC) last Wednesday, where former senior diplomat Richard Colvin says that he […]