The startling growth and activity of online far-right communities in Canada are a wake-up call for a greater focus on online content moderation and removal — an issue that should be at the forefront of the fight against online extremism.
Canada’s most recent announcement to renew global vaccination efforts provides hope to the most vulnerable; however, a closer look shows Trudeau’s unwillingness to do anything more than throw money at the problem.
Whether recycled stances from their 2019 platform or new commitments to defence and security, a lack of clarity and planning encompasses much of the NDP’s foreign policy approach.
With a price tag of over $2 trillion for the U.S alone, and 240,000 lives lost, the intervention in Afghanistan turned out to be one of the costliest and most unsuccessful campaigns undertaken by Washington and its allies.
Recycled promises and a lack of imagination characterize the Liberals' approach to foreign policy.
Mainstream issues like China and foreign interference dominate the agenda, but more esoteric issues like NORAD and hybrid threats also pop up, demonstrating that the party—at least on the surface—is committed to seriously thinking about Canada's precarious and uncomfortable place in the world.
Prejudice based on race and religion has been a prominent element in Canada's terrorism legal cases, public policy, and law enforcement for over a decade.
COVAX's financing mechanism is not succeeding in ensuring equal vaccine distribution - and it is far from a "global solution" to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The dire state of humanitarian aid highlights the need for the international community to further its collective efforts, and to revive the positive gains made before the pandemic.
Canadian foreign policy has made Muslim-Canadians feel as if their lives are not equal to the lives of others, while perpetuating the false connection between Islam and terrorism.