Mexico's potential energy boom represents an important opportunity for Canada as Canadian companies will be looking to invest in oil, gas and power generation, depending on the attractiveness of the opportunity.

Can green policies survive across municipal administrations?

Enthusiastic support for Netanyahu’s policies in peace negotiations, reservations on the Iran nuclear deal, and prickly insistence on a decision for the Keystone Project does illustrate a growing shift in the relationship between Canada and the U.S.

If 2013 saw a rebound in the Liberal brand nationally, how will 2014 fare for the ruling Conservatives on the federal scene?

Judging from the post-by-election reactions, where both Mulcair and Trudeau sparred publicly, it is clear that the battle is on for the progressive vote.  Harper’s hope for a comeback is a continual split between those two parties vying for the same vote and the Tories recapturing the upper hand on the economic front—arguably the principal preoccupation of the Canadian electorate.

It has been said that if Iran develops a nuclear bomb, the world will become more dangerous than at any time since the height of the Cold War.

Fifty years ago, I was entering university when a tragic event with worldwide repercussions occurred: the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. 

On Friday, October 25, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani spoke at Montreal’s Board of Trade on the eve of the Montreal mayoral election. 

While thousands of federal workers in the U.S. went back to work today after grappling with the government shutdown and debt ceiling crisis, Canada’s Parliament has just now reopened for business, with Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s second Throne Speech since his party won a majority government mandate in May 2011.


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