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  • Can Harper bring Huseyin Celil home?Reuel S. Amdur
    December 9, 2009

    Canada-China relations have gotten onto a more friendly path recently, with Stephen Harper's trip to China and China's reciprocating with measures to ease travel to Canada and to open the door to Canadian pork.

  • Can the Egyptians Come to Canada to Liberate Us?Dr. Jason Kunin
    February 17, 2011

    As I sat glued to Al Jazeera for two weeks watching the Egyptian revolution unfold from my home in Toronto, I must confess to having experienced feelings of jealousy. How nice it must be, I thought, to live a country where people want democracy.

  • Can we afford pharmacare?Reuel S. Amdur
    June 3, 2013

    The average cost of producing a single generic pill is less than ten cents. That is what people attending the "Rethinking Drug Coverage" conference in Ottawa held on May 24 and 25 were told. The conference was sponsored by the Canadian Health Coalition and the Carleton University School of Public Policy and Administration. Available at the conference was a report by Carleton professor Marc-André Gagnon, The Economic Case for Universal Pharmacare, published by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and the Institut de recherche et d'informations socio-économiques.

  • Can we Trust Uncle Sam on Border Easing?Reuel S. Amdur
    December 11, 2011

    Beyond the Border, the new program that involves the sharing of personal information between Canada and the US along with efforts to enhance cross-border commerce was announced by Stephen Harper and Barack Obama on December 7. It is not a treaty or a formal agreement-just a list of things proposed to be done and of pilot projects to be implemented.

  • Can You Believe What You Read in the Citizen?Reuel S. Amdur
    November 1, 2012

    On September 2, a piece by the Ottawa Citizen's Heavy Thinker Robert Sibley appeared in that paper. "Digging up hatred" was the headline. Beginning with a discussion of a Peruvian neo-Nazi Jew-hater, it continued by examining anti-Semitism in other places. The existence of the problem in Canada was illustrated by the case of Klibanov and Bergamini, Carleton University students and Israel supporters, allegedly pursued from a bar in Hull, Quebec, by Muslim students from that same university.

  • Can you believe what you read in the Citizen?Reuel S. Amdur
    November 13, 2012

    On September 2, a piece by the Ottawa Citizen's Heavy Thinker Robert Sibley appeared in that paper. "Digging up hatred" was the headline. Beginning with a discussion of a Peruvian neo-Nazi Jew-hater, it continued by examining anti-Semitism in other places. The existence of the problem in Canada was illustrated by the case of Klibanov and Bergamini, Carleton University students and Israel supporters, allegedly pursued from a bar in Hull, Quebec, by Muslim students from that same university.

  • Canada and Afghanistan in the eyes of Sima SamarReuel S. Amdur
    July 22, 2010

    On July 15, Carleton University awarded the degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, to Dr. Sima Samar. She heads the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission and also serves as United Nations Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Sudan.

  • Canada and Israel: Building Apartheid, a book reviewDr. Michael Neumann
    June 3, 2010

    Canada and Israel: Building Apartheid, Yves Engler, Red Publishing, Vancouver, British Columbia, 2010, 167 pages.

  • Canada at the UNJaved Akbar
    October 26, 2021

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  • Canada capitulates to Trump on trade with renegotiated NAFTADuncan Cameron
    October 3, 2018

    The trade deal signed by Canada with the U.S. on Sunday night is called the United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA).

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