Archive » Tag: Canadian Network to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (CNANW)

Less rhetoric and more dialogue needed to reduce grave nuclear risks

March 29, 2021

It is time for Biden to demonstrate his commitment to reducing, not exacerbating, nuclear tensions. And it is time for Canada to rejuvenate past efforts to strengthen the institutional framework of the NPT, so that it might better respond to current and emerging nuclear risks.

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Post-COVID reset must include both nuclear and conventional arms control

March 22, 2021

It is no exaggeration to say that nuclear weapons are a danger to the entire planet. Canada must work harder to advance both nuclear and conventional arms control.

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Parliament and national security overreach, new U.S. Iran Envoy, suspension of U.S. arms to Saudi Arabia and more

February 1, 2021

Today we examine a profoundly troubling NDP-led unanimous motion in Parliament to extend, instead of abolish, the infamous Terrorist Entities List. On a happier note we look at progress toward reinstating the Iran nuclear deal, a suspension of U.S. arms sales to Saudi Arabia and much more!

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We are on holiday, plus news about our office move AND some important webinar and other updates.

August 10, 2020

We are taking a short break so the next blog will be Monday 24 August 2020. We have also moved permanently to home offices from our 63 Sparks Street address in the historic Hope Building. Get details in today’s blog!

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