Highlights from the March 10th “Pathways to Peace in Iraq and Syria” panel discussion.
Celebrated by the Canadian government as the “largest advanced manufacturing export win” in the country’s existence, the recently announced $10-billion sale of armoured vehicles to Saudi Arabia poses a “significant risk” of contributing to serious human rights violations.
The Philippines will spend more than $100 million purchasing eight Bell 412 helicopters from Canada, the first of which will be delivered next year.
The United States signed the Arms Trade Treaty last week, raising the total number of signatures to 107. Unfortunately, Canada remains one of the shrinking number of countries that have failed to sign the treaty. Months after Canada voted in favour of the treaty at the UN General Assembly, the Harper government remains reluctant to […]
Defence Minister Peter MacKay announced on February 14th that Canada will extend its military support for the French operation in Mali for another month.
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