iAffairs Canada is excited to hold a January 26 event on Canada-China relations. Join us for a panel…
Among the large Filipino diasporas throughout Canada are Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs). What was meant as a temporary solution to crises has now become institutionalized in the Philippine economy, best reflected through remittances received in relation to the country’s gross domestic product.
With climate change rapidly warming the Arctic, Canada needs to re-assess how they view this geopolitical region. Working with a common ally such as the United States may present Canada with a suitable solution to establish Arctic trade.
Examining the current state of diversity within the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF), along with the benefits that a targeted increase in diversity could bring to the institution. Looking specifically at the hiring and recruitment practices within the CAF, the author discusses the potential that improvement in these areas could bring to organizational effectiveness and Canada’s leadership reputation on the world stage.
COP 26 negotiations have shown a continued resistance to stronger climate action as well as revealed future opportunities for Canadian climate leadership.
A critical light is shed on Canadian multiculturalism as a concept and policy. The exclusion of Indigenous peoples in Canada is examined to build critique against what multiculturalism conveniently disregards. Finally, the rise of far-right groups and its implications on multiculturalism are explored.
COP 26 is on in Glasgow, and representatives from across the planet are negotiating to secure their own country's place in a changing world. With a string of broken promises, a dire outlook and some leaders skipping the conference entirely, is COP 26 likely to change anything for the better?
The world population is only expected to increase exponentially by the year of 2050, which means that we must dramatically increase our global food supply. Through technological innovation, enhanced communication channels, and a revitalized rural sector, we can meet the nutritional demands of the world population by the mid-century. The question is, will politicians mobilize quickly enough to make this a reality?
Through a virtual session hosted by the Canadian International Council, former diplomat James Trottier discusses US-North Korea Policy from a Canadian view.
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.