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Exporting Harm: How Canada Markets Asbestos to the Developing World

October 30, 2008

Exporting Harm: How Canada Markets Asbestos to the Developing World By Kathleen Ruff October 30, 2008 Key Findings Most Canadians are not aware of the international role Canada has played to sell chrysotile asbestos to developing countries. Every independent scientific body in the world, including the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Labour Organization (ILO), […]

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The Cost of the War and the End of Peacekeeping

October 18, 2008

The report examines the costs and risks of the Afghanistan war against the prospects of Canada achieving its desired goals.

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Canada after Bush: How the Next U.S. President Could Affect Our Country

October 18, 2008

The report offers a comprehensive guide to the 2008 U.S. election through an overview of the two primary candidates: Barack Obama and John McCain.

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Harper, the Military, and Wedge Politics

September 23, 2008

Steven Staples examines the Harper government’s attempts to transform Canada into a war-fighting nation; ridding the nation of its peacekeeping narrative. Wedge politics is used to describe how Stephen Harper has used the war to strengthen the power of his minority government.

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