An unprecedented leak of secretive offshore tax-haven data contains stunning new revelations about the diversion of wealth from government coffers to hidden bank accounts.
Are Canadian troops still serving in Ukraine?
If so, they are now in direct violation of the Minsk II Agreement brokered by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande and signed by the Ukrainian and Russian presidents on Feb. 11.
In June last year many changes were made to Canada's temporary foreign worker (TFW) program in an attempt to address the concern that foreigners were taking away jobs from the Canadian people. As a result of these changes, several foreign workers now face an April 1 deadline to leave Canada, with their employers scrambling to find suitable replacements to fill in for them.
For newcomers to Canada unfamiliar with the annual observance, it is celebrated in February every year to honour black Canadians and heighten awareness about black history.
Should Canada have participated in the First World War, when we weren’t contributing anything that our Allies didn’t already have?
Should we have joined the fight against fascism in the Second World War – because we weren’t certain we would win?
Jason Kenney, Minister for Multiculturalism, announced funding for the Holodomor National Awareness Tour - an initiative that will raise awareness among Canadians about one of the greatest crimes in human history.
The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) strongly condemns the murder of innocent civilians by Kremlin-backed terrorists, who shelled a checkpoint near Volnovakha, Donetsk oblast in Eastern Ukraine.
Canada significantly expanded its economic sanctions against Russia by imposing restrictions on the supply of certain goods and related technical, financial and other services for use in offshore, Arctic or shale oil exploration or production.
Months ago, Canadians paid to send a bunch of Conservatives to the Ukraine. When they arrived, those Conservatives promised the struggling country a whopping $200,000 in aid.
Canadians are more satisfied than their American and British counterparts with how their government is handling the escalating crisis in UkraineTuesday, 06 May 2014 15:58
But the majority in all three countries still have little appetite for a military response, instead preferring a combination of economic sanctions and diplomatic pressure against Russia.