Canada


U.S. And Canadian Diplomats Victims Of Mysterious Attacks In Cuba

A formal investigation has been launched to determine the culprit behind a series of sonic harassment attacks that has led to unusual symptoms ranging from mild brain injuries to hearing loss for U.S. and Canadian diplomats in Cuba. The reports of victims stated that they felt vibrations, heard sounds such […]


Canada’s Perspective Of The U.S’ Defence From North Korea

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other members of his government have described North Korea’s firing of a missile over Japan last Tuesday as a threat to world peace and has urged a diplomatic solution to the escalating nuclear crisis. This provocative missile test by North Korea was carried out […]


Embarrassed By Canada’s “Proud Boys:” No Conviction And No Growth Following Disruption Of Mi’kmaq Ceremony

Members of the “Proud Boys, Maritime chapter” who protested at Mi’kmaq ceremony on July 1st in Halifax, Nova Scotia, are to be returned to active duty following this summer’s military investigation. The five “Proud Boys” in question, all members of the Canadian Armed Forces, had been removed from regular duty […]


The Second Round Of NAFTA Talks

The North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, was an agreement between the United States and Canada that commenced in 1989. In 1991, Mexico entered a bilateral agreement with the U.S, which Canada joined in 1994. According to the Office of the United States Trade Representative, “tariffs were eliminated progressively […]


Canadian Oil Facilities Seized in Peruvian Amazon: Why Peru’s Indigenous Are Angry

On August 22nd, 2017, members of the Indigenous Los Jardines community living on Lot 192, Peru’s largest oil field in the Amazon, seized oil facilities operated by Canada’s Frontera Energy Corporation, Reuters reports. This comes amidst protests over the Peruvian government’s negligence to consult with Indigenous communities before allowing oil […]