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.
The August 9, 1945 atomic bombing of Nagasaki exemplifies the danger that nuclear weapons continue to pose to the world community.
The international community must acknowledge the grave danger nuclear weapons pose to international peace and security.
Liberal Party adopts progressive resolution calling for a Canadian leadership role in the push towards global nuclear disarmament.
A delegation from the Abolition 2000 network visited the Clyde Naval Base in Faslane, Scotland on April 19th and released the Faslane Declaration, which calls on the UK to remove the nuclear weapons based in Scotland, abandon nuclear deterrence, and join negotiations for global nuclear abolition.
To commemorate both Hiroshima and Nagasaki Day, we are partnering with the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) so our voices can be louder than the bomb. Write a letter to the editor of the newspaper of your choice, and explain why you want nuclear weapons to be abolished. Use the form below to […]