Today’s blog post looks at some important steps forward in the Yemeni peace process, French activism against selling arms to the Saudis and some hard-hitting questions for those who support the US-led effort to oust Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro.
Our Ceasefire.ca blog is dedicated to Murray Thomson (1922-2019) — an extraordinary Canadian whose tireless work for a just and peaceful world, free of the scourge of nuclear weapons, continued well into his 96th year. Rest in peace, dear Murray.
Peace educator, journalist and social activist, Penny Sanger, dedicated her life to an array of worthwhile organizations and causes.
The Rideau Institute Board of Directors will present the inaugural Rideau Institute Leadership Award to Murray Thomson, Doug Roche, and John Polanyi, founders of Canadians for a Nuclear Weapons Convention, at the Rideau Institute Gala Dinner on October 7, 2010. Their hard work and strong leadership have led more than 500 recipients of the prestigious […]
In an unprecedented development, more than 500 recipients of the prestigious Order of Canada have come together to call on governments around the world, including Canada, to bring about the elimination of nuclear weapons. “This is the first time that so many recipients of the Order of Canada have signed a common declaration,” said Murray […]
Let’s abolish nuclear weapons, once and for all Dear Ceasefire.ca supporter, Can there be any greater threat to planet Earth than the 23,000 thermonuclear bombs currently held by the United States, Russia, and a growing list of other countries? We must end this nuclear threat for ourselves and the generations to come. Please join me […]