We briefly update the grim military picture in Ukraine and then focus on the unimaginable suffering in Gaza, and our demand for Canada to commit to an immediate ceasefire, full humanitarian access to Gaza and the urgent release of hostages.
Canada’s duty under international humanitarian law is clear. Our government needs to urgently work for an immediate ceasefire, full humanitarian access to Gaza, a halt to any further arms exports to Israel and the release of all hostages.
We are in pre-election planning mode. Join us in our urgent effort to energize and mobilize progressives in all the federal parties to develop strong, innovative peacebuilding platforms.
In a week full of international drama over nuclear weapons, international crimes and continued mismanagement of the crisis in Venezuela, a new EKOS survey on the views of Jewish Canadians offers a much-needed glimmer of hope.
The government is playing a cynical waiting game, hoping the outcry over continued Canadian military assistance to Saudi Arabia’s barbarous war effort in Yemen will just die away. We must not let that happen.
Let Foreign Minister Chystia Freeland know that Canada’s Arms Trade Treaty accession legislation, Bill C-47, is just not credible without the inclusion of Canadian military exports to the United States.