"While long-term strategy details have yet to emerge from Canada’s IPS, these recent announcements highlight the significant role of migration as a crucial implementation channel for the Strategy"
Drawing on theories of settler colonialism and racial capitalism, Dr. John Price’s presentation will emphasize the need for ongoing critical analysis, and the potential for intersectional solidarity.
Recent developments in the US should serve as a warning: government overreach can damage academic careers and the functioning of universities.
Canada's efforts to normalize and strengthen its relationships with India have extended beyond mere diplomatic engagements to include an active pursuit of investment and growth in bilateral ties.
Scientists of Chinese descent indicate in the survey that they have purposely not pursued federal funding for projects for fear of increased scrutiny, compared to scientists of non-Chinese descent.
“Down the road, it would be interesting to see what happens. But for the moment, I suspect we would not see anything like a mass exodus of governments from the AIIB.”
Despite its importance to Canada, there are few, if any, empirical studies on how the Southeast Asian public perceive Canada. Existing elite-level analyses suggest that this perception is mixed – Canada is a likeable but ultimately fair-weather friend
This is the nature of demonization. It is assumed that the one or the group being demonized must prove a negative, that he/she/they are not demon(s) and even when the evidence is fictitious or presented wrongly...
Trudeau needs to bring the CSIS leakers to justice, and quickly. With bureaucracy gone rogue, it won’t be China or the Conservatives he will have to worry about, but rather Canada's very survival as a democratic, self-determining nation.
Manufactured fear over ‘foreign interference’ could bolster anti-Chinese racism, chill dissent, and expand policing powers