John Williamson: Why Canada should keep supply management off the table in future trade talks | Macleans
With all we've learned during the pandemic about supply chains, why would anyone willingly out-source Canada’s supply of our most basic food items?
Canada has a duty to stand up for dual citizens being targeted as China works to cleanse Hong Kong of pro-democracy voices
Pro-democracy protestors gather Friday during the court appearance in Hong Kong of two dozen activists charged with unauthorized assembly; the accused had attended a vigil commemorating the 1989 Tiananmen crackdown.(Kin Cheung/AP)
Ottawa Must Add Magnitsky Sanctions & Financial Penalties on Businesses to Protect Human Rights in Xinjiang Province
Right now the federal government has created an enormous incentive for Canadians to give up on work in order to receive emergency funding
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks in the House of Commons as legislators convene to give the government power to inject billions of dollars in emergency cash to help individuals and businesses through the economic crunch caused by COVID-19, on April 11, 2020. PHOTO BY BLAIR GABLE/REUTERS
John Williamson & Michael Chong: If the coronavirus emergency legislation is any indication, Parliament must remain open | Macleans
Michael Chong and John Williamson: Ottawa’s pandemic response plan requires ongoing public scrutiny to ensure that government is doing the best job it can. That can only happen if Parliament is playing its essential, constitutional role.
Leader of the Government in the House of Commons Pablo Rodriguez rises to ask for an extension of the sitting day in the House of Commons Parliament in the House of Commons on Mar. 24, 2020 in Ottawa. (Adrian Wyld/CP)