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Experts In The Media

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CGAI Fellows consistently appear across Canadian and international media outlets to discuss a wide variety of issues pertaining to their individual areas of expertise. Below is a list of the most recent media appearances by CGAI Fellows.

2021 Articles

China Seeks to Cement Ties in Europe by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), Voice of America, October 18, 2021

Half of Canadian parents plan to get their young kids vaccinated against COVID-19: poll by Regan Hasegawa (feat. Heidi Tworek), CTV News, October 18, 2021

As Indo-Pacific strategies move forward, little known about Canada’s plans by Bill Kelly (feat. Stephen Nagy), Global News Radio, October 18, 2021

Railroad venture boosts number of oil trains in Minnesota by Mike Hughlett (feat. Kevin Birn), Star Tribune, October 17, 2021

Land border expert weighs in on what reopening will look like by John Gormley (feat. Laurie Trautman), CKOM, October 16, 2021

As Indo-Pacific strategies move forward, little known about Canada’s plans by Jeremy Nuttall (feat. Stephen Nagy), Toronto Star, October 16, 2021

Canadian government joins Line 5 battle, Line 3 starts shipments, TC Energy sues by Gary Park (feat. Lawrence Herman), Petroleum News, October 15, 2021

A new ‘Buy American’ plan is alarming the auto sector – and the federal government by Alexander Panetta (feat. Brian Kingston), CBC News, October 15, 2021

Adm. Art McDonald letter to senior military officials ‘shocking,’ says Gen. Eyre by Amanda Connolly (feat. D. Michael Day and Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Global News, October 15, 2021

‘I have not done anything wrong’: Top military commander says he wants his job back by Rachel Aiello (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), CTV News, October 14, 2021

Yet another top CAF officer has been accused of sexual misconduct. So why didn’t anyone say anything by Jacques Gallant (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Toronto Star, October 14, 2021

How Vladimir Putin became the most important man in global energy markets by Yadullah Hussain (feat. Ellen Wald), Financial Post, October 13, 2021

Hope on horizon for business owners over B.C.-Washington border reopening by Cathy Kearney (feat. Laurie Trautman), CBC News, October 13, 2021

‘I hope you die’: how the COVID pandemic unleashed attacks on scientists by Bianca Nogrady (feat. Heidi Tworek), Nature, October 13, 2021

‘Tough questions’ ahead in deciding future of Canada’s submarine fleet by Neil Moss (feat. Jeff Collins), The Hill Times, October 13, 2021

Analysts question whether China can meet ‘high standard’ to join CPTPP, as Taiwan bid encouraged by Neil Moss (feat. Eric Miller), The Hill Times, October 13, 2021

Canada sending aid to Taliban-run Afghanistan a ‘dilemma’ for leaders, experts say by Aaron D’Andrea (feat. Joseph Ingram), Global News, October 12, 2021

Canada urged to join allies in tougher China stance after Kovrig, Spavor release by Mike Blanchfield (feat. Lawrence Herman), CBC News, October 11, 2021

‘The military is not going to solve this on its own’: Eyes turn to Ottawa as sexual misconduct crisis continues to rock the Canadian Armed Forces by Jacques Gallant (feat. Stephen Saideman), Toronto Star, October 10, 2021

Le français brille par son absence dans un guide électoral de Calgary (French strikes by its absence in Calgary electoral guide) par/by Les faits d’abord (avec/feat. Jean-Christophe Boucher), Ohdio, October 9, 2021

A joint naval exercise in the Pacific sent a stark warning to China by Murray Brewster (feat. Julie Clark), CBC News, October 8, 2021

Middle-power Ottawa has a lot in common with middle-power Baku by John Batchelor (feat. Robert Cutler), The John Batchelor Show, October 8, 2021

Allowing Rocking Mountain coal lease transfers during debate sends wrong signal: environmental group by Bob Weber (feat. Ron Wallace), CBC News, October 8, 2021

Minister orders probe after ex-officer accused of sexual misconduct gets job at naval base by Ashley Burke (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), CBC News, October 8, 2021

Military leaders ‘still don’t get it’ on sexual misconduct, Justin Trudeau says by Jacques Gallant (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), The Toronto Star, October 6, 2021

Canada invokes 1977 treaty with US as dispute over pipeline intensifies by Leyland Cecco (feat. Lawrence Herman), The Guardian, October 6, 2021

High Oil Prices but Slow Growth in Canada’s Energy Sector by Lee Harding (feat. Kevin Birn), The Epoch Times, October 6, 2021

États-Unis : « c’est clair qu’il y a une dissension » chez les démocrates (USA: « It is clear there is a fracture » among Democrats) par/by TVA Nouvelles (avec/feat. John Parisella), TVA Nouvelles, October 6, 2021

Demise of Canadian Energy Pipeline Association ‘really short-sighted’ warns Alberta energy minister by Chris Varcoe (feat. Dennis McConaghy), Edmonton Journal, October 5, 2021

Why calls for ‘right-to-repair’ rules are revving up again for vehicles in Canada by Tony Seskus and Paul Karchut (feat. Brian Kingston), CBC News, October 5, 2021

Time running short for Afghans hoping for refuge in Canada by Genevieve Beauchemin and Ben Cousins (feat. Denis Thompson), CTV News, October 5, 2021

Canada cool to China’s application to join Pacific Rim trade agreement by The Canadian Press (feat. Lawrence Herman and Meredith Lilly), CTV News, October 5, 2021

Sajjan stands by military amid outrage over general’s new job on sexual misconduct file by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), CTV News, October 5, 2021

Canada-China relations enter uncharted waters by Chuck Chiang (feat. Hugh Stephens), Business in Vancouver, October 5, 2021

OPEC+ seems ‘firmly committed‘ to sticking with plan for gradual output hike, says consulting firm by Crude Realities (feat. Ellen Wald), CNBC, October 5, 2021

Canada invokes 1977 treaty with U.S. in bid to halt Line 5 closing by Steven Chase (feat. Lawrence Herman), The Globe and Mail, October 4, 2021

Chinese-Canadian Relations After ELXN2021 by Ed Hand (feat. Colin Robertson), Unpublished TV, October 4, 2021

Orbit Fab to Publish Satellite Refueling Interface Designs by Newswire (feat. Charity Weeden), Markets Insider, October 4, 2021

Sea Control 281 - Here there be dragons by Jared Samuelson (feat. Timothy Choi and Adam Lajeunesse), Sea Control, October 3, 2021

Quelle stratégie le Canada doit-il adopter sur la scène internationale? (What strategy should Canada adopt on the international stage?) par/by Mathieu Gobeil (avec/feat. Jocelyn Coulon), Radio-Canada, October 2, 2021

Industries strain to adjust under supply woes due to pandemic by Scott Laurie (feat. Brian Kingston), Toronto Sun, October 1, 2021

Alberta launches QR codes for vaccine proof, but no way to scan them; 1,630 new COVID-19 cases by Jason Herring (feat. Ken Barker), Calgary Herald, October 1, 2021

Discussions on North Korea by CIC Ottawa (feat. James Trottier), YouTube, October 1, 2021

Paid actors, fake numbers and bribery: How conspiracy is stalling Alberta’s vaccination efforts by Timm Bruch (feat. Jean-Christophe Boucher), CTV News, October 1, 2021

Hopes grow Japan’s new PM may pave way for talks with North Korea by Tomoyuki Tachikawa (feat. Stephen Nagy), Kyodo News, September 30, 2021

COOL may reappear in Congress by Alex McCuaig (feat. Fawn Jackson), The Western Producer, September 30, 2021

Fumio Kishida expected to become Japan’s next Prime Minister after winning leadership election by Junko Orgura, Selina Wang and Elen Regan (feat. Stephen Nagy), CNN, September 29, 2021

Amid Boycotts and Pandemic, Athletes Train for Uncertain 2022 Winter Olympics by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), Voice of America, September 28, 2021

Ask Me Anything: Former diplomat Colin Robertson on return of two Michaels, Canada’s future with China by Ian Hanomansing (feat. Colin Robertson), CBC, September 27, 2021

Security concerns raised about third-party proof of vaccine apps by Jordan Kanygin (feat. Tom Keenan), CTV News, September 27, 2021

Canada needs ‘cultural IQ’ to continue business with China by The Close (feat. Amy Karam), BNN Bloomberg, September 27, 2021

What We’re Watching: Ties with China after the Michaels’ return by Kady O’Malley (feat. Colin Robertson), iPolitics, September 26, 2021

Should he stay or should he go? Speculation heats up on Sajjan’s future in defence post by Amanda Connolly (feat. Stephen Saideman), Global News, September 26, 2021

Canada’s only female defence minister was in 1993. Is it time for another? by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), CTV News, September 26, 2021

Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor are free: What does this mean for Canada-China relations? by John Paul Tasker (feat. Colin Robertson), CBC News, September 25, 2021

They’re home. Now we find out what went into ensuring the release of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor from China by Alex McKeen (feat. Colin Robertson), Toronto Star, September 25, 2021

Canada must re-engage on diplomacy with China, but also learn lessons, experts say by Anthony Vasquez-Peddie (feat. Colin Robertson), CTV News, September 25, 2021

Justin Trudeau claimed victory against Donald Trump’s protectionist agenda, but his foreign policy is non-committal by Adrian Morrow (feat. David Carment), The Globe and Mail, September 25, 2021

Release of Meng Wanzhou and two Michaels may ease Canada-China tension, but challenges still ahead, say experts by Gordon Heokstra (feat. John Gruetzner), Vancouver Sun, September 25, 2021

Affaire Meng Wanzhou: entrevue avec Ferry de Kerckhove par Patrice Roy (avec Ferry de Kerckhove), Radio-Canada Info, September 24, 2021

Canada needs to start looking for new subs now, says report by Anja Karadeglija (feat. Mark Norman), National Post, September 24, 2021

Britain offers Canadian military help to defend the Arctic by Murray Brewster (feat. Rob Huebert and David Perry), CBC News, September 24, 2021

Military police watchdog probing whether investigators altered report, interfered in case by Amanda Connolly (feat. David Perry), Global News, September 24, 2021

Toronto men caught with bomb-making manuals, al-Qaeda literature on phones, documents allege by Stewart Bell (feat. Michael Nesbitt), Global News, September 24, 2021

4e vague : situation critique en Alberta (4th wave: critical situation in Alberta) par/by RDI Matin (avec/feat. Jean-Christophe Boucher), Ici Radio-Canada, September 22, 2021

L’autonomie stratégique : le grand défi de l’UE (Strategic autonomy: the U.E’s great challenge) by par/by Carole Assignon (avec/feat. Benjamin Hautecouverture), Deutsche Welle, September 22, 2021

Un ex-diplomate analyse le discours de Biden devant l’ONU (A former diplomat analyses Biden’s speech at the UN) by par/by C’est encore mieux l’après-midi (avec/feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Radio-Canada, September 21, 2021

U.S. Land Border Closure Extended by Paul Haysom (feat. Laurie Trautman), Global News, September 21, 2021

Candidates of Colour Dominate New Immigrant-Heavy Ridings by Fabian Dawnson (feat. Andrew Griffith), Toronto Star, September 21, 2021

Global energy shortage looms as investment in fossil fuels slices by Ryosuke Hanafusa and Hidemitsu Kibe (feat. Ellen Wald), Nikkei Asia, September 21, 2021

Alberta rides fiscal wave by Gary Park (feat. Kevin Birn), Petroleum News, September 20, 2021

After failing to secure majority, Trudeau will face questions within his caucus by Kristy Kirkip and Robert Fife (feat. Peter Donolo), The Globe and Mail, September 20, 2021

China wants to join the TPP. What does that mean for Canada? by Bianca Bharti (feat. Meredith Lilly), Financial Post, September 20, 2021

Trudeau links global campaign on arbitrary detention declaration to China by Mike Blanchfield (feat. David Perry), CBC News, September 17, 2021

Canada disputes Chinese news report that famous sailor was turned back from Northwest Passage by John Last (feat. Rob Huebert), CBC News, September 17, 2021

Sous-marins : Japon et Corée du Sud rechignent à rejoindre la grande alliance contre la Chine (Submarines: Japan and South Korea reluctant to join the great alliance against China) par/by Yann Rousseau (avec/feat. Stephen Nagy), Les Echos, September 17, 2021

International campaign calls for end to food animal use by Doug Ferguson (feat. Fawn Jackson), The Western Producer, September 17, 2021

Here’s how the federal election could change Canada’s immigration system by Nicholas Keung (feat. Andrew Griffith), Toronto Star, September 17, 2021

Nothing to see here, Canada says of Five Eyes alliance despite absence from sub deal by James McCarten (feat. Eric Miller), CTV News, September 16, 2021

How the first truly continental railroad could change North American Trade by Courtney Vinopal & Amanda Shendruk (avec/feat. Eric Miller), Quartz, September 16, 2021

Was Canada invited to join AUKUS? Officials mum but stress no interest in subs by Amanda Connolly (feat. Mark Norman), Global News, September 16, 2021

Chinese PLA general collaborated with fired scientist at Canada’s top infectious disease lab by Robert Fife and Steven Chase (feat. D. Michael Day), The Globe and Mail, September 16, 2021

Canada left out as U.S., U.K., Australia strike deal to counter China by Andrian Morow (feat. Eric Miller), The Globe and Mail, September 15, 2021

First does slowly climbing, but how to reach remaining unvaccinated? Experts weigh in by Maria Weisgarber (feat. Heidi Tworek), CTV News, September 15, 2021

Federal leaders united on need to fight ilitary sex misconduct, but differ on how by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Times Colonist, September 15, 2021

China, US Tug-of-War Tightens as Both Try to Cement Friendships around Asia by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), Voice of America, September 15, 2021

Defence Policy’s Much-Needed Revamp Unlikely to Take Place Post Election, Says Expert by Rahul Vaidyanath (feat. James Fergusson), The Epoch Times, September 15, 2021

O’Toole mum on how many immigrants he would bring, promises tougher border measures by Maan Alhmidi (feat. Andrew Griffith), Toronto Star, September 14, 2021

In a heartbeat, 9/11 changed America forever by Edward Keenan (feat. Lindsay Rodman), CTV News, September 11, 2021

43 Canadians among those on board Qatari commercial flight of Afghanistan by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Denis Thompson), CTV News, September 9, 2021

Ethnic Media Help Get Immigrants to Ballot Boxes by Reedah Hayder (avec/feat. Andrew Griffith), Toronto Star, September 9, 2021

Maverick politician Paul Hellyer was seen as a possible candidate for PM by Alan Freeman (avec/feat. David Bercuson), The Globe and Mail, September 8, 2021

Liberals quiet on Canada–China relationship, while Tory approach could lead to Beijing retaliation: experts by Neil Moss (avec/feat. Jocelyn Coulon), The Hill Times, September 8, 2021

Malgré le Ceta, très peu de viande canadienne sur le marché canadien (Despite CETA, very little Canadian meat in European market) par/by Laure Sauvage (avec/feat. Fawn Jackson), Web-agri, September 8, 2021

Alberta Medical Association head calling for vaccine passport by Kayla Butler (feat. Jean-Christophe Boucher), City News, September 8, 2021

Learning about 9/11: Attacks part of identity, racism lesson in Canadian classrooms by Fakiha Baig (feat. David Bercuson), CTV News, September 8, 2021

Twenty years after 9/11, the U.S. finds itself on the other side of the looking glass by The Canadian Press (feat. Roy Norton), City News, September 7, 2021

9/11 terrorist attacks, ensuing war propelled Canada’s military into 21st century by Lee Berthiaume (feat. David Perry, Jean-Christophe Boucher, Eugene Lang, and John Manley) CTV News, September 6, 2021

New Canadian Vote Key to Forming Majority Government by Fabian Dawson (feat. Andrew Griffith), Toronto Star, September 6, 2021

One hundred years after Peace Arch was dedicated, experts worry about COVID-closed border by Laurel Demkovich (feat. Laurie Trautman), Bellingham Herald, September 6, 2021

Prisió, exilio o muerte a los opositores (Imprisonment, exile or death of opponents) by Testigo Directo (feat. Andrew Rasiulis), YouTube, September 5, 2021

Canada, U.S. got smart about border 20 years ago, but not smart enough, say critics by James McCarten (feat. Roy Norton and Laurie Trauman), Toronto Star, September 4, 2021

Navy ‘red room’ review found sexualized culture – but ‘no conduct’ needing discipline >by Amanda Connolly (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Global News, September 3, 2021

Coal committee hears Albertans want overall policy on Rocky Mountain development by Bob Weber (feat. Ron Wallace), CBC News, September 3, 2021

Threats against Justin Trudeau spiked in 2021 amid COVID-19 and lead-up to election, RCMP says by Alex Boutilier (feat. Michael Nesbitt), Toronto Star, September 3, 2021

Thousands of people in B.C. remain unvaccinated. How can health officials convince them to get immunized by Courtney Dickson (feat. Heidi Tworek), CBC News, September 2, 2021

Canadians’ Take on Afghan War >by Waqar Rizvi (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Indus News, September 2, 2021

Les coulisses du travail diplomatique : Entrevue avec 2 anciens ambassadeurs/ Behind the curtains on diplomatic work: Interview with 2 former ambassadors par/by Pénélope McQuade (avec/feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Radio-Canada Ohdio, September 2, 2021

Practicing good diplomacy will require Canada to recognize the Taliban in Afghanistan by Shaye Ganam (feat. Colin Robertson), Global News Radio, September 2, 2021

Should the West Talk to the Taliban? by Judy Dempsey (feat. Julian Lindley-French), European Business Review, September 2, 2021

Canada Taking in 5,000 Afghans from U.S. by Evan Solomon (feat. Denis Thompson), Power Play, September 1, 2021

Senior Associate Professor Stephen Nagy on Japan’s defence budget by CNA (feat. Stephen Nagy), YouTube, August 31, 2021

Thousands destined for Canada trapped in Afghanistan; group requests federal aid Joyce Napier and Anthony Vasquez-Peddle (feat. Denis Thompson), CBC News, August 31, 2021

Canadians demand to know why they can fly – but still not drive – to the U.S. by Sophia Harris (feat. Laurie Trautman), CBC News, August 31, 2021

What Mark Norman thinks now by Anthony Furey(feat. Mark Norman), Full Comment with Anthony Furey, August 30, 2021

Why Canada failed to rescue ‘a hell of a lot more’ Afghans, according to former generals by Mark Gollom (feat. Denis Thompson), CBC News, August 28, 2021

After surviving another legal challenge, Line 3 closes in on reality

by Chris Varcoe (feat. Kevin Birn), Calgary Herald, August 28, 2021

I’m sorry, who just got the $100M contract to build a new Marine Atlantic ferry by Teresa Wright (feat. Timothy Choi), Saltwire, August 27, 2021

The final countdown by Ryan Heath (feat. Colin Robertson and Maureen Boyd), POLITICO, August 27, 2021

Mise à jour sur la situation en Afghanistan/Update on Afghanistan par Le réveil (avec/feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Radio-Canada Ohdio, August 27, 2021

Le point sur la situation en Afghanistan/Update on Afghanistan par Le réveil (avec/feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Radio-Canada Ohdio, August 27, 2021

Here’s what to know about the situation in Afghanistan by Shepard Price (feat. Stephen Saideman), Midland Daily News, August 26, 2021

Canada's evacuations from Kabul are over. Here's where the focus will shift next by Amanda Connolly (feat. David Perry and Stephen Saideman), Global News, August 26, 2021

Could a vaccine passport help boost Alberta’s slow vaccination rates by Jo Horwood (feat. Jean-Christophe Boucher), City News, August 26, 2021

Former Afghan Air Force pilots plead with Canada for rescue after daring escape by RCI (feat. Denis Thompson), Radio-Canada International, August 26, 2021

US icebreaker departs on a voyage that will transit the Northwest Passage by Melody Schreiber (feat. Rob Huebert), Arctic Today, August 26, 2021

Retired Kandahar Commanders continue push to save translator by Scott Laurie (feat. Denis Thompson), Toronto Star, August 26, 2021

Think Canada should have bigger role in world affairs? At least one political party agrees by Alex Boutilier (feat. Thomas Juneau), Toronto Star, August 26, 2021

How Afghanistan is – and isn’t – Vietnam all over again by Shaye Ganam (feat. Eugene Lang), Global News Radio, August 25, 2021

Sask. First Nation communities have 8 active outbreaks as COVID-19 cases continue to rise by Pratyush Dayal (feat. Heidi Tworek), CBC, August 24, 2021

Chinese state-owned shipbuilder tapped to supply ferry for Crown corporation as Canadians remain jailed by Robert Fife and Steven Chase (feat. Mark Norman), The Globe and Mail, August 24, 2021

North Korea has accused Japan of trespassing in its waters. Is this just a gambit to open talks? by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, August 23, 2021

Afghan Fiasco Raises Hard Questions for Europe by Steven Erlanger (feat. Julian Lindley-French), The New York Times, August 23, 2021

What we’re not talking about when we talk about Afghanistan by Aaron Wherry (feat. Stephen Saideman), CBC News, August 22, 2021

There’s an epidemic of sexual misconduct in the Canadian military. Here’s what each party should do about it by Jacques Gallant (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Toronto Star, August 20, 2021

Are you a new Canadian? Here’s how the federal parties are fighting for your vote by Raisa Patel (feat. Andrew Griffith), Toronto Star, August 20, 2021

COVID-19: Point Roberts issues SOS as U.S. extends border closure to Sept. 21 by Derrick Penner (feat. Laurie Trautman), Vancouver Sun, August 20, 2021

Belonging, Inclusion, Battles Still Not Won by Beverly Kirk (feat. Lindsay Rodman), Center for Strategic and International Studies, August, 2021

U.S.-made weapons seized by Taliban could lead to regional arms bazaar by Paul McLeary and Lee Hudson (feat. Robert Muggah), POLITICO, August 19, 2021

CAF on the ground in Afghanistan by CTV News (feat. Howard Coombs), CTV News, August 19, 2021

Where do Canada’s political parties stand on wars like Afghanistan? by Justin Ling (feat. Stephen Saideman), Maclean’s, August 19, 2021

Alberta vaccination rates peter off as COVID-19 cases rise par Kayla Butler and Jo Horwood (avec Jean-Christophe Boucher), City News, August 19, 2021

Legault héritier de Boursassa par Olivier Bossé (avec John Parisella), Le Quotidien, August 19, 2021

US Vice President’s Visit Set to Improve Ties in Crucial, Yet Wary, Southeast Asia by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), VOA, August 18, 2021

Future of Canada’s relations with Afghanistan up in the air as Trudeau says ‘no plans’ to recognize Taliban government by Neil Moss (feat. Barbara Martin), The Hill Times, August 18, 2021

How Canada and the Western world failed Afghanistan by News Staff (feat. Stephen Saideman), CityNews, August 17, 2021

Former Canadian trainers in Afghanistan look on in sadness, disappointment as Taliban take control by Patrick White (feat. Stephen Saideman), The Globe and Mail, August 17, 2021

Japan, South Korea wary of China’s post-US clout in Afghanistan by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), Deutsche Welle, August 17, 2021

« J’ai l’impression que mon fils est mort en Afghanistan en vain » par Radio-Canada (avec Denis Thompson), Radio-Canada, August 16, 2021

Canada, U.S. vows stronger protection against ‘greater and more complex’ missile threat by Steven Chase (feat. David Perry and Andrea Charron), The Globe and Mail, August 16, 2021

What’s Canada doing to help Afghan interpreters stuck in Kabul? by Audio Cut (feat. Denis Thompson), iHeartRadio, August 16, 2021

Canada’s Trudeau takes gamble, calls ‘pivotal’ snap election for Sept. 20 by David Ljunggren and Steve Cherer (feat. Peter Donolo), Reuters, August 15, 2021

‘They need peace’: Winnipeg’s Afghan community concerned over Taliban takeover by Mike Arsenault (feat. James Fergusson), CTV News, August 13, 2021

Canada commits to help Afghans who have fled as fears mount for those stuck inside by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Denis Thompson), City News, August 13, 2021

China’s Roaming Elephants Capture World Attention, Highlight Habitat Loss by Dan Southerland (feat. John Gruetzner), Radio Free Asia, August 13, 2021

CVMA says EV policies needed to benefit from shift to electric by Canadian auto dealer (feat. Brian Kingston), Canadian auto dealer, August 13, 2021

Ottawa faces calls to speed up Afghan rescues as special forces deploy to Kabul by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Denis Thompson), CTV News, August 13, 2021

CFB Trenton among those monitoring developments in Afghanistan by Ryan Peddigrew (feat. Rob Huebert), Quinte News, August 13, 2021

Growing Taliban presence creating humanitarian in crisis in Afghanistan by Jill Bennett (feat. Denis Thompson), 980 CKNW, August 13, 2021

Biden White House jammed on gas prices by Andrew Freedman (feat. Ellen Wald), Axios, August 12, 2021

The Lawfare Podcast: With Disinformation, The Past Isn’t Past by Jen Patja Howell (feat. Heidi Tworek), Lawfare, August 12, 2021

Chinese court sentences Canadian Michael Spavor to 11 years after finding him guity of spying by Sarah Zheng (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, August 11, 2021

Biden-nominated David Cohen would bring business, political links to Ottwa, filling ‘void’ of prolonged U.S. ambassador absence by Neil Moss (feat. Eric Miller), The Hill Times, August 11, 2021

Calgary Chamber of Commerce pushing for COVID-19 vaccine passports in Alberta by Adam MacVicar (feat. Jean-Christophe Boucher), Global News, August 11, 2021

Calgarian Michael Spavor found guilty, sentenced to 11 years on espionage charges by Bill Macfarlane and Stephen Hunt (feat. Colin Robertson), CTV News, August 11, 2021

Cost of used icebreakers Ottawa is purchasing from Quebec shipyard nears $1B mark by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Rob Huebert), Global News, August 11, 2021

How an Ontario man's forgotten email password resulted in a $6,255 Quarantine Act fine at the U.S. border by Samantha Beattie (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CBC News, August 11, 2021

Alberta oil production 86.2% higher than it was in 2010 by CBC News (feat. Kevin Birn), CBC News, August 11, 2021

‘Happy to be here’: Fully-vaccinated U.S. travellers line up to cross Canada’s borders by Emerald Bensadoun and Sean O’Shea (feat. Laurie Trautman), Global News, August 10, 2021

Liberal government urged not to reinstate top military commander McDonald by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Stephen Saideman and Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), CTV News, August 9, 2021

'U.S. has done nothing’: Why Canadians can’t cross the border into America by Elisabetta Bianchini (feat. Laurie Trautman), Yahoo News, August 9, 2021

Return of ‘protected ridings’ sees N.S. riding with full slate of Black candidates by Danielle Edwards (feat. Andrew Griffith), Global News, August 8, 2021

Turned around at the U.S. border, forced to quarantine for 14 days: An Ontario man's 'ridiculous' ordeal by Shanifa Nasser (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CBC News, August 6, 2021

COVID-19: B.C.'s strategy is all about vaccination – even as case counts rise by Glenda Luymes (feat. Heidi Tworek), Vancouver Sun, August 5, 2021

Terrorism peace bond placed on Ontario man for four years by Stewart Bell (feat. Michael Nesbitt), Global News, August 4, 2021

Big Oil has big problems despite rising profits by Ben German (feat. Ellen Wald), Axios, August 4, 2021

Biden’s push for competition could dampen Canada’s post-pandemic recovery, industry warns by Jesse Snyder (feat. Brendan Marshall), National Post, August 3, 2021

« Guerre de l’ombre » entre Iran et Israël : « l’ampleur d’une escalade militaire est difficilement prévisible » ( “War in the shadows” between Iran and Israel : “the magnitude of escalation is hardly predictable”) par Caroline Vinet (avec Benjamin Hautecouverture), LaCroix, August 2, 2021

North America’s Arctic radar shield is due for an upgrade by The Economist (feat. Andrea Charron), The Economist, July 31, 2021

Why Canada Leaped Ahead of US in COVID-19 Vaccinations by Craig McCulloch (feat. Heidi Tworek), VOA News, July 31, 2021

The Essentials by Stephanie Nolen (feat. Andrew Griffith), Toronto Star, July 30, 2021

China’s ‘demands’ on Taiwan, regional issues seek to constrain US action by Sarah Zheng (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, July 29, 2021

Afghan nationals seeking Canada’s help face technical issues with sending applications by Sarah Turnbull (feat. Howard Coombs), CTV News, July 29, 2021

Canada must act swiftly to help resettle Afghan interpreters, says vet by Katie Simpson (feat. Howard Coombs), Power and Politics, July 29, 2021

Afghan interpreters who helped Canadian soldiers were warned they have just 3 days to apply for resettlement by Nick Boisvert (feat. Denis Thompson), Radio Canada International, July 29, 2021

Targeting COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy by Global News Morning (feat. Heidi Tworek), Global News, July 29, 2021

TC Energy to switch to green power to run N. American energy pipelines by Nia Williams (feat. Kevin Birn), Reuters, July 29, 2021

China ‘demands’ on Taiwan, regional issues seek to constrain US action by Sarah Zheng (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, July 29, 2021

Lack of Canada-U.S. planning contributed to uncertainty over border reopening, say observers by Neil Moss (feat. Laurie Trautman and Roy Norton), The Hill Times, July 28, 2021

Joe Biden’s tougher Buy American rules raise fears among Canadian business owners by Adrian Morrow (feat. Mark Agnew), The Globe and Mail, July 28, 2021

Canada approved deal to sell $74-million worth of explosives to Saudi Arabia by Steven Chase (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Globe and Mail, July 27, 2021

Diplomatie Canada-États-unis : qu’est-ce qui fait un bon ambassadeur? par Olivier Mercure (avec Ferry de Kerckhove), Y a pas deux matins pareils, July 27, 2021

COVID-19: Province shifting vax strategy to reach those without a dose by Tyler Orton (feat. Heidi Tworek), Business in Vancouver, July 27, 2021

Efforts ramp up to find girl allegedly abducted by grandparents in Calgary and taken overseas by Tomasia DaSilva (feat. Kelly Sundberg), Global News, July 26, 2021

Point Roberts businesses say border situation worst possible outcome by Nicole Jennings (feat. Laurie Trautman), MyNorthwest, July 23, 2021

Canada offers ‘path to protection’ for Afghan aides by Aidan Chamandy (feat. Denis Thompson), iPolitics, July 23, 2021

U.S. extends Canada border restrictions through Aug. 21 by Alex Harring (feat. Laurie Trautman), American Military News, July 22, 2021

How Justin Trudeau One-Upped Joe Biden by Michael Bociurkiw (feat. Colin Robertson), Action News Now, July 20, 2021

Is UN Peacekeeping Losing its Appeal? by Jay Heisler (feat. Tim Dunne), Voice of America, July 22, 2021

Privatizing Forests; Right-Wing Extremism; Vaccine Passports; Crypto Sustainability by Ryan Jespersen (feat. Aden Dur-e-Aden), Real Talk Ryan Jespersen, July 21, 2021

The Pros and Cons of Replacing Canada’s Aging Submarine Fleet by Lee Harding (feat. David Perry and James Fergusson), Epoch Times, July 21, 2021

Why the Canadian Forces need big iron by David Reevely (feat. David Perry and Ron Lloyd), The Logic, July 21, 2021

U.S. beating Canada at meeting ‘moral obligation’ to Afghan interpreters: military historian by Christy Somos (feat. Howard Coombs), CTV News, July 21, 2021

U.S. not rushing to ease travel restrictions at Canadian border by James McCarten (feat. Laurie Trautman), National Observer, July 21, 2021

The Road to 100% zero-emission vehicles by 2035 by Larysa Harapyn (feat. Brian Kingston), Financial Post, July 20, 2021

Space executives: Regulations and incentives needed to curtail collisions and debris by Sandra Erwin (feat. Charity Weeden), SpaceNews, July 20, 2021

Canada to Reopen Border with US to Fully Vaccinated Travelers by Craig McCulloch (feat. Laurie Trautman), Voice of America, July 20, 2021

There’s every reason for businesses to be cautious about operating in China: Lawyer by BNN Bloomberg (feat. Lawrence Herman), BNN Bloomberg, July 20, 2021

Country-of-origin labelling discussion re-emerges in U.S. by Jennifer Blair (feat. Fawn Jackson), Canadian Cattlemen, July 20, 2021

Revisiting the New Alberta Advantage: Oilsands’ net-zero initiative not nearly enough by Markham Hislop (feat. Kevin Birn), National Observer, July 20, 2021

Most Canadian expect ‘broad societal transformation’ once pandemic ends, and we’re in for a ‘wild ride,’ says pollster Graves by Mike Lapointe (feat. Frank Graves), The Hill Times, July 19, 2021

The Canadian military has received more than 700 sexual assaults reports since 2016: data by Amanda Connolly (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Global News, July 16, 2021

Demand drops for second doses of COVID-19 vaccines as Alberta reopens by James Keller (feat. Jean-Christophe Boucher), The Globe and Mail, July 16, 2021

Invited but Not Let In: Canada Places Thousands of Lives on Hold by Reedah Hayder (feat. Andrew Griffith), Toronto Star, July 15, 2021

Canada’s zero-emission vehicle goals parked for now by John Woodside (feat. Brian Kingston), Toronto Star, July 15, 2021

Royal Canadian Navy to start process of replacing aging submarine fleet by Lee Berthiaume (feat. David Perry), Global News, July 14, 2021

Metro Vancouver saw 15 times more heat wave deaths than estimated during unprecedented alert by Penny Daflos (feat. Heidi Tworek), CTV News, July 14, 2021

Fifty years since Kissinger’s secret visit, Sino-U.S. ties now fraying fast by Jesse Johnson (feat. Stephen Nagy), The Japan Times, July 14, 2021

Labelling law rears its head again, but officials don’t expect its return by Jennifer Blair (feat. Fawn Jackson), Manitoba Co-operator, July 14, 2021

Non-partisan focus needed for next UN Security Council campaign, say experts by Neil Moss (feat. Andrea Charron), The Hill Times, July 14, 2021

Canada-US Relations in a Shifting World Order by Institute for Peace & Diplomacy (feat. Colin Robertson andSarah Goldfeder), YouTube, July 14, 2021

Military sexual misconduct class action claims up 170 per cent over last 6 months by Amanda Connolly (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Global News, July 14, 2021

As tensions rise with China, we need to keep old Cold War lessons in mind by John Ibbitson (feat. Michael Manulak), The Globe and Mail, July 14, 2021

‘Our Afghan experience has left none untouched,’ acting military chief writes as Taliban surges by Stephanie Levitz (feat. Denis Thompson), Toronto Star, July 13, 2021

Canada to continue sending aid to Afghanistan after U.S. pulls troops: official by Maan Alhmidi (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Global News, July 13, 2021

Feds’ 2035 green cars promise leaves unanswered questions, say auto associations by Peter Mazereeuw (feat. Brian Kingston), The Hill Times, July 12, 2021

A ‘long and expensive’ challenge: Alberta to join TC Energy’s $15B NAFTA claim over Keystone XL rejection by Geoffrey Morgan (feat. Lawrence Herman), Kingston This Week, July 9, 2021

Military hopeful new Arctic port will open in 2022, but ‘significant’ uncertainty remains by Todd Coyne (feat. David Perry), CTV News, July 8, 2021

The war inside the Canadian Armed Forces by Marie-Danielle Smith (feat. Mark Norman and Tim Dunne), Maclean’s, July 8, 2021

New Brunswickers can now receive up to $10,000 in EV rebates by Greg Layson (feat. Brian Kingston), Automotive News Canada, July 8, 2021

Trump is long gone, but trade frictions remain for U.S. and Canada by David J. Lynch (feat. Eric Miller and Roy Norton), The Washington Post, July 7, 2021

A ‘long and expensive’ challenge: Alberta to join TC Energy’s $15B NAFTA claim over Keystone XL rejection by Geoffrey Morgan (feat. Lawrence Herman), Financial Post, July 7, 2021

Wait for border restrictions to drop frustrates on both sides of US-Canada boundary by Melissa Nann Burke (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Detroit News, July 7, 2021

The U.S. is promising quick action on military sexual violence. What’s taking Canada so long? by Jacques Gallant (feat. Stephen Saideman and Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Toronto Star, July 7, 2021

Chinese nationals concerned about country’s image among Japanese by Tomoyuki Tachikawa (feat. Stephen Nagy), The Japan Times, July 3, 2021

Canadian Media Focuses Foreign Correspondents in the West. Here’s Why They Shouldn’t by Steven Zhou (feat. Christopher Waddell), Canadaland, July 2, 2021

El Centenario de Partido Comunista Chino aviva el sentimiento de una China imparable (The centenary of the Chinese Communist Party fuels the sentiment of an unstoppable China) by Gwendolyn Ledger (feat. Carol Wise), América economía, July 2, 2021

Canada Used-Auto Market Rebounds as COVID-19 Ebbs by Keith Nuthall (feat. Brian Kingston), Wards Auto, July 2, 2021

Chinese people vexed by Communist Party’s image among Japanese by Tomoyuki Tachikawa (feat. Stephen Nagy), Kyodo News, July 1, 2021

After scuttling Keystone XL, Biden won’t oppose Russian gas pipeline by Gary Park (feat. Lawrence Herman), Petroleum News, July 1, 2021

Trudeau, Freeland criticize decision to keep embattled navy chief on the job by Ashley Burke and Murray Brewster (feat. Stefanie von Hlatky), CBC News, June 30, 2021

One year into new North American trading pact, Canada has returned to ‘good old days’ of trade disputes by Neil Moss (feat. Eric Miller), The Hill Times, June 30, 2021

Opioid misinformation is out there and the government can do something about it, experts say by Alice Chen (feat. Heidi Tworek), The Hill Times, June 30, 2021

Anglo ‘Task Force’ ready to tackle Bill 96, Bill C-32 language issues by Martin C. Barry (feat. Andrew Caddell), Laval News, June 30, 2021

Commander of the navy, who went golfing with ex-top soldier Jonathan Vance, will keep his job despite “blunder” by Jacques Gallant (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Toronto Star, June 29, 2021

High Lumber Prices Add Urgency to a Decades-Old trade Fight by Thomas Kaplan (feat. Eric Miller), New York Times, June 28, 2021

As the pandemic recedes in the United States, publishers opt to keep experimenting with virtual events by Hanaa’ Tameez (feat. Luiza Ch. Savage), Nieman Lab, June 28, 2021

Behold the rise and rise of the UAE by Jonathan Gorvett (feat. Thomas Juneau), Asia Times, June 27, 2021

With travel restrictions barely easing, U.S.-Canada border towns stuck in economic limbo by Paul Roberts (feat. Laurie Trautman), Seattle Times, June 26, 2021

Tokyo Olympics: no olive branches for Japan and South Korea as divisions deepen by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, June 26, 2021

WW3 fears as Putin ‘tempted to use or lose’ military arsenal as UK-Russia tensions soar by Joel Day (feat. Julian Lindley-French), Express, June 25, 2021

Documents on firing of scientists at top lab pit Liberals against Parliament by Ryan Tumilty (feat. Thomas Juneau), National Post, June 24, 2021

Despite low COVID-19 case counts and increasing vaccinations, the US-Canada border remains closed by Jeremy Lott (feat. Laurie Trautman), Washington Examiner, June 24, 2021

Defence minister has lost all credibility on military misconduct: experts by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Stephen Saideman and Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), CTV News, June 24, 2021

China Rising, Episode 4: Pandemic Propaganda by Jeff Semple (feat. Kyle Matthews), Global News, June 24, 2021

Canada Faces Potential Economic Hit Under Biden’s Buy America Order: Trade Expert by Rahul Vaidyanath (feat. Eric Miller), The Epoch Times, June 23, 2021

US, China vaccine diplomacy crucial but will fade away: analysts by Viet Anh (feat. Stephen Nagy), VN Express International, June 22, 2021

Pressure builds to open U.S.-Canada border by Amanda Coletta (feat. Laurie Trautman), Washington Post, June 22, 2021

Military ombudsman criticizes ‘erratic’ handling of military misconduct, alleges interference in other cases by Murray Brewster (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), CBC News, June 22, 2021

Half a million COVID-19 deaths in Brazil, no end in sight by CBC News (feat. Robert Muggah), CBC Radio, June 22, 2021

Canada’s climate plan charts hard road ahead for high-polluting oil sands by Rod Nickel and Nia Williams (feat. Kevin Birn), Reuters, June 22, 2021

Committee adjourns for the summer without issuing final report on sexual misconduct in Canadian military by Jacques Gallant (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Toronto Star, June 21, 2021

EV/AV Report by Collision Repair Mag (feat. Brian Kingston), Collision Repair Mag, June 18, 2021

Conservatives boycott national security committee after government refuses to release documents about Winnipeg lab firings by Alex Boutilier (feat. Thomas Juneau), Toronto Star, June 17, 2021

‘Highly sexualized’: Canada’s military needs more women and independent oversight to spur change, MPs say by Jacques Gallant (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Toronto Star, June 17, 2021

Coronavirus : can Japan counter China’s vaccine diplomacy with Southeast Asian donations? by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, June 16, 2021

With record warplane incursion near Taiwan, China has a message: We won’t be cowed by Jesse Jonhson (feat. Stephen Nagy), The Japan Times, June 16, 2021

Sexual misconduct crisis in Canada’s military prompt calls for defence minister’s resignation by Jacques Gallant (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Toronto Star, June 16, 2021

Canada’s crude oil production going gangbusters by The Canadian Press (feat. Kevin Birn), National Observer, June 15, 2021

‘We have to find an acceptable level of risk’: Officials urge reopening of Canadian border by Sam Fogel (feat. Laurie Trautman), Detroit Free Press, June 15, 2021

Canada’s top soldier won’t say if he knew second-in-command met with subject of military investigation by Jacques Gallant (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Toronto Star, June 15, 2021

Benjamin Netanyahu is out as Israel’s PM by Shaye Ganam (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), 630 CHED, June 15, 2021

Young people ‘particularly vulnerable’ to extremism during pandemic by Tim Stickings (feat. Robert Muggah), The National News, June 15, 2021

Terrorism charges laid in London Muslim family killing. Decision called ‘hugely important’ symbolic move by Wendy Gillis and Alex Boutilier (feat. Michael Nesbitt), Toronto Star, June 14, 2021

London attack suspect charged with terrorism by Stewart Bell and Catherine McDonald (feat. Michael Nesbitt), Global News, June 14, 2021

Canadian military’s second-in-command resigns role after golfing with Vance by Amanda Connolly (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Global News, June 14, 2021

Golfing buddy of Vance has power over military police investigations by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), National Observer, June 14, 2021

Military second-in-command steps down over golf outing with ex-top soldier Vance by Jacques Gallant (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Toronto Star, June 14, 2021

CAF, Sajjan look at ‘next steps’ after reports senior military leaders golfed with Vance amid misconduct probe by Annie Bergeron-Olivier and Brooklyn Neustaeter (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), CTV News, June 13, 2021

‘It’s about time’ to update citizenship guide, Assembly of First Nations Alberta chief says by Madeline Cummings (feat. Andrew Griffith), CBC News, June 12, 2021

Greater pricing power to help Canadian exporters withstand loonie surge by Fergal Smith (feat. Brian Kingston), Financial Post, June 11, 2021

Feds face calls for inquiry into military’s handling of Iraq war crime reports by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Thomas Juneau), CityNews, June 11, 2021

U.S. lawmarkers planning economic battle with China have some questions – about Canada by Alexander Panetta (feat. Eric Miller), CBC News, June 11, 2021

Les dirigeants du G7 se retrouvent autour d’Elizabeth II (The G7 leaders meet around Elizabeth II) par/by AFP (avec/feat. Jocelyn Coulon), Le Journal de Montréal, June 11, 2021

Keystone XL is dead, but the inconvenient truth is pipelines are still needed by Chris Varcoe (feat. Kevin Birn), Calgary Herald, June 11, 2021

Keystone XL is cancelled – so now what? by Tony Seskus (feat. Dennis McConnaghy), CBC News, June 10, 2021

Embattled Keystone XL pipeline continues to divide experts – even post-mortem by The Canadian Press (feat. Dennis McConnaghy), 570 News, June 10, 2021

Canada tightly bound to China despite calls to cut connections by Chuck Chiang (feat. Hugh Stephens), Business in Vancouver, June 10, 2021

London police are looking at terrorism charges in truck attack. Here’s why that’s so rare by Catharine Tunney (feat. Michael Nesbitt), CBC News, June 9, 2021

Canada hopes for a bolstered G7 in a post-Trump world by Neil Moss (feat. Colin Robertson), The Hill Times, June 9, 2021

What Justin Trudeau wants from the G-7 by Andy Blatchford, Zi-Ann Lum, Sue Allan, and Nick Taylor-Vaisey (avec/feat. Colin Robertson), Politico, June 9, 2021

Canadian Ambassador to China in D.C. to discuss the two Michaels par/by Radio-Canada (avec/feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Radio-Canada, June 7, 2021

Is China Using Pakistan To Gain Support For Its Presence In South China Sea by M Habib Pashya (feat. Stephen Nagy), Eurasia Review, June 7, 2021

Iran : à Vienne, nouveau cycle de négociations autour du nucléaire sur fond de présidentielle Iran: In Vienna, a new round of negotiations on nuclear with presidential elections in the background par/by Nicolas Falez (avec/feat. Thomas Juneau), Rfi, June 7, 2021

How will scope three emissions work in practice? by Peter Ramsay (feat. Kevin Birn), Transition Economist, June 7, 2021

Annual ceremony commemorating Sir John A. Macdonald speaks on his controversial past by Ladna Mohamed (feat. Hugh Segal), Global News, June 6, 2021

Eyes on China as British Aircraft Carrier Group Heads to South Sea for Military Drill by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), VOA, June 4, 2021

Installed Keystone XL pipe will remain underground, for now by Kyle Bakx (feat. Dennis McConaghy), CBC News, June 3, 2021

Canada says it blocked 43 attempts to sell military goods to China last year by Steven Chase and Robert Fife (feat. Mark Norman), The Globe and Mail, Jun 2, 2021

Cyberattack temporarily shuts down Brooks slaughterhouse, exposes ‘vulnerability’ of food system by Amanda Stephenson (feat. Kelly Sundberg), Calgary Herald, June 2, 2021

COVID-19 variant of concern B.1.1.7 has a new name: Alpha. Will it stick? by Patricia Treble (feat. Heidi Tworek), Maclean’s, June 1, 2021

Foreign policy expert: Canadian border announcement likely in June by Nicole Jennings (feat. Laurie Trautman), My Northwest, June 1, 2021

Sexual misconduct in military remains “widespread,” and civilian bodies should handle assault cases for now, review finds by Jacques Gallant (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Toronto Star, June 1, 2021

Retired judge calls for overhaul of military’s handling of sexual misconduct cases by The Canadian Press (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Times Colonist, June 1, 2021

Putin ‘could be tempted’ to attack ‘margins of EU and NATO’ by Joel Day (feat. Julian Lindley-French), Express, May 31, 2021

Head of coal-mining panel says Albertans’ trust in resource regulators to be examined by Bob Weber (feat. Ron Wallace), CBC News, May 31, 2021

Canada looks beyond China and quietly draws up new Indo-Pacific strategy by Jesse Snyder (feat. James Trottier), National Post, May 28, 2021

B.C.’s COVID-19 restart plan welcome but couple postpones wedding again by Camille Bains (feat. Heidi Tworek), Vancouver Sun, May 27, 2021

U.S.-Canada border rules ‘liely to change’ June 22, but no official word yet by Dave Gallagher (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Olympian, May 27, 2021

U.S. challenges Canada’s sheltered dairy market under new USMCA trade deal by Adrian Morrow and Steven Chase (feat. Lawrence Herman), The Globe and Mail, May 26, 2021

Vladimir Putin ‘tested rival’s military’ amid fears of European invasion by Joel Day (feat. Julian Lindley-French), Express, May 26, 2021

Opposition MPs say they’re worried about lack of defence spending in budget, as experts to future of NORAD by Aidan Chamandy (feat. David Perry and Adam Lajeunesse), The Hill Times, May 24, 2021

Ursula von der Leyen ‘bit part player’ in world politics as EU’s influence dealt blow by Joel Day (feat. Julian Lindley-French), Express, May 24, 2021

High time a woman be appointed Canada’s chief of defence staff, says former reservist, as high-profile women take on sexual misconduct crisis in the military by Mike Lapointe (feat. Stéfanie von Hlatky and Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), The Hill Times, May 24, 2021

Changement de culture dans l’armée : « une opération à cœur ouvert », dit Jennie Carignan (Culture change in the military: « an open heart surgery, » says Jennie Carignan) par/by Thomas Laberge (avec/feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Radio-Canada, May 23, 2021

Canadian troops lining up in droves to be vaccinated with 85 per cent receiving one dose by The Canadian Press (feat. Stephen Saideman), CTV News, May 23, 2021

HMCS Calgary makes record-breaking heroin bust overseas by Jacqueline Wilson (feat. Rob Huebert), Global News, May 22, 2021

Beijing’s Media Say Vietnam Won’t Join Any Resistance Against China. Is It True? by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), Voice of America, May 21, 2021

New tax on luxury vehicles, planes and boats will bring in more than $150-million a year, PBO says by Bill Curry (feat. Brian Kingston), The Globe and Mail, May 20, 2021

Biden won’t stop arms sales to Netanyahu for fear of repercussions: ‘Would cause uproar’ by Joel Day (feat. Julian Lindley-French), Express, May 20, 2021

A few good women: Canada taps female generals amid military misconduct cases by David Ljunggren (feat. David Perry), Reuters, May 19, 2021

Suez accident: Japanese shippers look for new ways to Europe by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), Deutsche Welle, May 19, 2021

‘Grossly unfair to one and all’: Military blasted over handling of allegations against Justin Trudeau’s former vaccine chief by Tonda MacCharles (feat. David Perry), Toronto Star, May 18, 2021

Canada’s oil sector recovery to lag behind price surge by Nelson Bennett (feat. Kevin Birn), Business in Vancouver, May 18, 2021

Canadian oilpatch ‘confident’ IEA will alter dire warning on oil and gas once emissions tech gains ground by Gabriel Friedman (feat. Kevin Birn), Financial Post, May 18, 2021

Here’s how Erin O’Toole says he learned of a rumour ex-top soldier Jonathan Vance in 2015 by Jacques Gallant (feat. Stephen Saideman), Toronto Star, May 17, 2021

‘I’m surprised they haven’t cut him loose’: political pressure mounts on Sajjan as military controversies pile up by Pater Mazereeuw (feat. David Perry), The Hill Times, May 17, 2021

Impacts of cyberattack on U.S. pipeline company a ‘wake-up call’ for everyone, says national pipeline association by Jeff Labine (feat. Tom Keenan), Edmonton Journal, May 17, 2021

Feds face growing calls for answers after abrupt departure of Fortin by The Canadian Press (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), CityNews, May 16, 2021

COVID-19: Fraser Health becomes “flexible, agile and adaptable“ to cool hotspots by Glenda Luymes (feat. Heidi Tworek), Vancouver Sun, May 16, 2021

Dany Fortin’s sudden departure, investigation show military taking action on alleged misconduct, says expert by Jacques Gallant (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Toronto Star, May 15, 2021

COVID-19: B.C. pushes vaccine registration as only 260,000 are signed up who haven’t had jab by Gordon Hoekstra (feat. Heidi Tworek), Vancouver Sun, May 15, 2021

Inside Canada’s politician podcasting boom by Christian Paas-Lang (feat. Chris Waddell), CBC News, May 15, 2021

COVID-10 gender gap: B.C. women are getting vaccinated at higher rates than men by Cheryl Chan (feat. Heidi Tworek), Vancouver Sun, May 15, 2021

Mission to clean up space: Astroscale launches space debris removal satellite by Chloe Nordquist (feat. Charity Weeden), ABC, May 14, 2021

Experts Call for Greater Transparency in Canada’s Arms Exports by Andrew Chen (feat. Jean-Christophe Boucher), The Epoch Times, May 14, 2021

Alberta leadership responsible for protests against public health orders: expert by Fakiha Baig (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CTV News, May 14, 2021

U.K.’s Biggest Naval Fleet in Decades to Flex Muscle With Eye on China and U.S. by James Marson and Max Colchester (feat. Julian Lindley-French), The Wall Street Journal, May 13, 2021

Israeli and Palestinian Violence Escalates to Major Crisis by Shaye Ganam (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Global News, May 13, 2021

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Threatens Shutdown of Great Lakes Oil Pipeline by Leslie Eastman (feat. Lawrence Herman), Legal Insurrection, May 13, 2021

Planned U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan leaves questions over Canada’s ability to provide international assistance by Neil Moss (feat. Barbara Martin and Eugene Lang), The Hill Times, May 12, 2021

Military reports minimal progress in drive to add more women to the ranks by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), CTV News, May 12, 2021

British troops were twice as likely to be killed in Afghanistan as US forces by Julian Borger (feat. Elinor Sloan), The Guardian, May 12, 2021

Enbridge will continue operating Line 5 until a court stops them by Tyson Fedor (feat. Kevin Birn), CTV News, May 12, 2021

Colonial Pipeline Cyberattack Exposes Vulnerabilities in Critical Infrastructure by Omid Ghoreishi (feat. Tom Keenan), Epoch Times, May 12, 2021

Is nuclear energy like immigration and free trade? by Markham Hislop (feat. John Stewart), Energi Media, May 11, 2021

Michigan orders closure of pipeline in escalating dispute with Canada by Leyland Cecco (feat. Lawrence Herman), The Guardian, May 11, 2021

New military judges will be required to take sexual assault law training by Amanda Connolly (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Global News, May 10, 2021

Are new orders helping to enforce restrictions in Alberta too little too late? by Taylor Braat (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CityNews, May 10, 2021

What social media trends reveal about COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy by Jo Horwood (feat. Jean-Christophe Boucher), CityNews, May 9, 2021

UBC policy professor calls for politicians to take accountability for B.C.’s COVID data leak by Charlie Carey and Bethlehem Mariam (feat. Heidi Tworek), CityNews, May 9, 2021

Ottawa to create new system to tackle delays in processing immigration applications by Maan Alhmidi (feat. Andrew Griffith), CityNews, May 8, 2021

Immigration : Ottawa veut créer un système pour accélérer l’examen des demandes par La Presse Canadian (feat. Andrew Griffith), Radio-Canada, May 8, 2021

Battle over pipelines never seem to end as Line 5 deadline looms by Chris Varcoe (feat. Kevin Birn), The Calgary Herald, May 8, 2021

Brazil shocked by warlike police raid that leaves 25 dead in Rio de Janeiro favela by Terrence McCoy (feat. Robert Muggah), The Washington Post, May 6, 2021

Canada to build two polar icebreakers for High Arctic operations by Levon Sevunts (feat. David Perry and Tim Choi), Radio Canada International, May 6, 2021

Canada’s Tokyo hopefuls hit with credit card fraud on top of pandemic challenges by Donna Spencer (feat. Tom Keenan), Toronto Star, May 6, 2021

COVID-19: B.C. physicians say vaccine is safe for pregnant women, young teens by Katie DeRosa, Glenda Luymes (feat. Heidi Tworek), Vancouver Sun, May 6, 2021

Cross-border impasse over Line 5 pipeline much more than mere political and environmental squabble by John Ibbitson (feat. Roy Norton), The Globe and Mail, May 6, 2021

Red-hot lumber prices ease pressure on Trudeau to reach softwood deal with U.S. by Konrad Yakabuski (avec/feat. Eric Miller), The Globe and Mail, May 5, 2021

Michigan Wants to Close Oil Pipeline Under the Great Lakes. Canada Says No. by Vipal Monga and Paul Vier (avec/feat. Roy Norton), Wall Street Journal, May 5, 2021

Criminologist believes a new enforcement approach is needed after rodeao near Bowden by 660 News Staff (avec/feat. Kelly Sundberg), 660 News, May 5, 2021

Canada and Japan move to expand security cooperation in Indo-Pacific by Levon Sevunts (avec/feat. Rob Huebert), CBC News, May 4, 2021

Current enforcement measures not good enough for some experts by Tyson Fedor (avec/feat. Kelly Sundberg), CTV News, May 3, 2021

Canadian prime minister sets 3rd goal for GHG emission reduction by Gary Park (avec/feat. Kevin Birn), Petroleum News, May 2, 2021

Do not book: British Columbians asked not to double up on first dose of COVID-19 vaccine by Bhinder Sajan (avec/feat. Heidi Tworek), CTV News, May 2, 2021

Avoid shaming, build trust to combat vaccine hesitancy, souther Manitoban pastor says by Sarah Petz (avec/feat. Heidi Tworek), CBC News, May 1, 2021

Un Albertain fait face à 34 accusations en lien avec des arms (An Albertan faces 34 charges linked to weapons) par/by Radio-Canada (avec/feat. Jean-Christophe Boucher), Radio-Canada, April 30, 2021

Liberals punt push for Telford testimony on 2018 Vance allegations to Monday by Rachel Gilmore (feat. David Perry), Global News, April 30, 2021

‘Are they going to follow up this time?’: Ottawa announces another external review of sexual misconduct in the military

by Jacques Gallant (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Toronto Star, April 29, 2021

B.C.’s ‘new and innovative’ pop-up vaccine clinics halted amid backlash and mea culpas by Penny Dafios (feat. Heidi Tworek), CTV News, April 29, 2021

When might the wait time between shots of two-dose COVID-19 vaccines be reduced? by Rachel Aiello (feat. Heidi Tworek), CTV News, April 29, 2021

Former UN human rights chief Louise Arbour tapped to review military sex misconduct by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Toronto Star, April 29, 2021

When might be the wait time between shots of two-dose COVID-19 vaccines be reduced? by Rachel Aiello (feat. Heidi Tworek), CTV News, April 29, 2021

With an ambitious domestic policy budget, Liberals leave little for foreign affairs by Neil Moss (feat. Colin Robertson), The Hill Times, April 28, 2021

Sanction Russian officials, provide defensive military to Ukraine, feds told amid escalated tensions by Neil Moss (feat. Andrew Rasiulis), The Hill Times, April 28, 2021

Iran exile group blacked out in Biden policy shift by Kourosh Ziabari (feat. Thomas Juneau), Asia Times, April 28, 2021

She was nervous to get vaccinated, but Winnipeg woman is now encouraging others to get their shots by Sarah Petz (feat. Heidi Tworek), CBC News, April 27, 2021

China beset by Chinese-born woman’s Oscar win amid sensitive timing by Tomoyuki Tachikawa (feat. Stephen Nagy), Kyodo News, April 27, 2021

What a municipal podcast will mean for Kenora, Ont., residents and the media landscape by Olivia Levesque (feat. Christopher Waddell), CBC News, April 27, 2021

Right-wing extremism and the global threat by Fen Osler Hampson and Kevin Budning (feat. Michael Nesbitt), Diplomacy & International Canada, April 24, 2021

Planning what happens to your digital life after death by Jo Horwood (feat. Tom Keenan), City News, April 24, 2021

Budget first small step in long, expensive path to upgrading North American defences by Lee Berthiaume (feat. James Fergusson), CTV News, April 24, 2021

Another climate target for Canada, but what’s the plan to get there? by Chris Varcoe (feat. Kevin Birn), Calgary Herald, April 24, 2021

Department of Defence hiring high-level culture czar to fight sexual misconduct and racism in the ranks by Murray Brewster (feat. Stéfanie von Hlatky), CBC News, April 23, 2021

What’s gone wrong in Canada? by Justin Giovanetti (feat. Heidi Tworek), The Spinoff, April 23, 2021

Canada’s aging critical infrastructure strategy an increasing concern, say cybersecurity experts by Anja Karadeglija (feat. Tom Kennan), National Post, April 22, 2021

Federal budget resurrects ‘economic harm’ warning as fighter jet contract nears by Murray Brewster (feat. Elinor Sloan), CBC News, April 20, 2021

MWI Podcast: The Future Defense of Europe by John Amble (feat. Julian Lindley-French), Modern War Institute, April 20, 2021

Defending NATO’s Southern Flank by Atlantic Forum (feat. Roger Hilton), YouTube, April 20, 2021

Federal Budget The Final Piece of Ottawa’s Climate Policy by Steven Chase (feat. Monica Gattinger), Daily Oil Bulletin, April 20, 2021

Canada’s top soldier says the West faces being outmatched in military defence by China by Steven Chase (feat. David Perry), The Globe and Mail, April 19, 2021

Is Canadian embargo harbinger of more sanctions for Turkey? by Pinar Tremblay (feat. Thomas Juneau), Al-Monitor, April 19, 2021

It’s time for Canada to embrace democratic, imperiled Taiwan, experts say by Tom Blackwell (feat. Hugh Stephens), Vancouver Sun, April 19, 2021

Partial strike at Montreal port disrupting supply chain, piling on extra costs, shippers and manufacturers warn by Avery Mullen (feat. Brian Kingston), Financial Post, April 16, 2021

International Session on Geo-Economics and Energy Security by Tillotoma Foundation (feat. Robert Cutler), YouTube, April 16, 2021

Prospects for the economic development between Ukraine and Canada by Adastra (feat. Taras Prodaniuk, Robert Cutler, and Andrew Rasiulis), YouTube, April 15, 2021

Biden calls a halt to America’s war in Afghanistan – but it’s a long way from over by Murray Brewster (feat. Denis Thompson), CBC News, April 15, 2021

Japan seeks German help to counter China’s clout in Indo-Pacific by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), Deutsche Welle, April 14, 2021

Feds say too early to talk opening Canada-U.S. border, but experts push for plan by Neil Moss (feat. Eric Miller), The Hill Times, April 14, 2021

Canadian National Stock – Trump-backed Canadian railway to Alaska could free landlocked oil, faces high hurdles by James Albert (feat. Dennis McConaghy), Fintech Zoom, April 14, 2021

Trudeau government on the Halifax Security Forum over the proposed Taiwan award by Shaye Ganam (feat. Ian Brodie), Global News Radio, April 13, 2021

Is B.C.’s COVID-19 messaging getting through? by Mike Lloyd and Hana Mae Nassar (feat. Heidi Tworek), City News, April 13, 2021

Who’s really got Ottawa’s ear? by Shannon Proudfoot (feat. Peter Donolo), Maclean’s, April 13, 2021

Saskatoon’s electric vehicle owners take to the street in protest of Sask Party’s new tax by François Biber (feat. Brian Kingston), CTV, April 11, 2021

Hour 3 of The Rob Snow Show for April 5, 2021 by Rob Snow (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), City News, April 5, 2021

The U.S. may soon have a vaccine surplus. Here’s what means for Canada by Alex McKeen (feat. Roy Norton), Toronto Star, April 8, 2021

Calgary researchers examine feasibility of professionalizing policing for B.C. government by Elise von Scheel (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CBC News, April 8, 2021

B.C.’s lack of COVID-19 social media messaging leading to uninformed youth: experts by Ashley Burr (feat. Heidi Tworek), CityNews, April 7, 2021

Updated guidelines on Canada’s national security review bring clarity by Elizabeth Raymer (feat. Andrew House), Canadian Lawyer, April 6, 2021

‘This is not a new crisis’: military experts weigh in on what’s ahead for CAF in dealing with sexual misconduct crisis by Mike Lapointe (feat. Stefanie von Hlatky), The Hill Times, April 5, 2021

China Uses Money, Diplomacy to Push Back Against US in South East Asia by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), Voice of America, April 5, 2021

Canada urged to play bigger role with allies to counter China in the Indo-Pacific by Robert Fife and Steven Chase (feat. Mark Norman), The Globe and Mail, April 4, 2021

Exposing organized crime in the Amazon: Q&A with Robert Muggah of the Iragapé Institute by Gabriel Friedman (feat. Robert Muggah), Mongabay, April 2, 2021

Biden’s proposed $2-trillion stimulus will spill over into Canada – but it could also hurt our competitiveness by Gabriel Friedman (feat. Eric Miller and Brian Kingston), Financial Post, April 1, 2021

The Back Page: Foreign policy concepts and jargon, explained by Richard Cooke (feat. Robert Muggah), Australian Foreign Affairs, April 2021

What’s in a name change? Plenty for Canada’s drillers and cattle sector by Chris Varcoe (feat. Fawn Jackson), Calgary Herald, March 31 2021

Why is Japan not taking a firm stand against Myanmar junta by Julian Ryall (avec/feat. Stephen Nagy), Deutsche Welle, April 1, 2021

La mission du Canada en Irak est prolongée pour contrer l’influence iranienne (Canada’s mission to Iraq is prolongued to counter Iranian influence) par/by Stéphane Parent (avec/feat. Thomas Juneau), Radio Canada International, March 31, 2021

B.C. premier backtracks on blaming young people for rise in COVID-19 cases by Amy Judd (feat. Heidi Tworek),Global News, March 30, 2021

Instability shakes the IDB and CAF, the two largest development banks in Latin America, at the worst moment by El Pais (feat. Francisco Suarez Davila), The Limited Times, March 29, 2021

Alberta announces committee to consult public on future coal mining policy by Charles Rusnell (feat. Ron Wallace), CBC News, March 29, 2021

Coming to a Crossroads: CP-Kansas City Southern Merger could see more efficient auto supply chain, experts say by Collision Repair Mag (feat. Brian Kingston), Collision Repair Mag, March 26, 2021

Zoom bombings on the rise: growing concern for BIPOC communities by Cara Campbell (feat. Tom Keenan), City News, March 26, 2021

Windsor home to virtual model of Project Arrow concept vehicle by Chris Ensing (feat. Brian Kingston), CBC News, March 25, 2021

Canada, U.K. free trade negotiations not likely to be controversial, legal experts say by Ian Burns (feat. Lawrence Herman), The Lawyer’s Daily, March 25, 2021

Wilson Center explores impact of border closure by Natali Trivuncic (feat. Laurie Trautman), Toronto Star, March 25, 2021

Strike Potential in Montreal Could be Latest Blow to Canadian Auto Industry by Evan Willams (feat. Brian Kingston), Motor Illustrated, March 25, 2021

Robot garbage hunters are coming to clean up space by Tim Fernholz (feat. Charity Weeden), Quartz, March 23, 2021

One year on, Canadians still deeply wary about allowing U.S. visitors, poll suggests by Canadian Press (feat. Laurie Trautman), Kitchener Today, March 23, 2021

Saudi ceasefire plan unlikely to pause Yemen war: analysts by AFP (feat. Thomas Juneau), Rfi, March 23, 2021

Brazil’s ‘coronavirus disaster’ spiralling out of control by Milan Sime Martinic (feat. Robert Muggah), This Week, March 23, 2021

How pending rail merger could aid North American auto industry by Bloomberg (feat. Brian Kingston), Automotive News, March 23, 2021

Michael Kovrig’s closed trial in China ends, with verdict due later by David Lao & Abigail Bimman (feat. Colin Robertson), Global News, March 21, 2021

The two Michaels are sure to be convicted. After that, their freedom depends on Washington by Rosie DiManno (feat. Colin Robertson), Toronto Star, March 20, 2021

U.S. homeland defence strategy underlines Canada’s importance by Levon Sevunts (feat. Andrea Charron and Rob Huebert), Radio Canada International, March 20, 2021

Defence minister knew of allegations against military’s top official years ago. So what happened? by Jacques Gallant (feat. David Perry), Toronto Star, March 19, 2021

U.S. lawsuit means Keystone XL pipeline still has a pulse – a faint one by Chris Varcoe (feat. Dennis McConaghy), Calgary Herald, March 19, 2021

A Top Woman in Canada’s Military Issues a Stinging Rebuke of Its Culture by Ian Austen (feat. Stefanie von Hlatky), The New York Times, March 19, 2021

Time for Canada, U.S. to get serious about how, when to reopen border, experts say by James McCarten (feat. Laurie Trautman), CTV News, March 18, 2021

NORAD, NORTHCOM Strategy Highlights Changing Strategic Environment in the Arctic by Hilde-Gunn Bye (feat. Andrea Charron), High North News, March 18, 2021

National Security Professionals Call for Action on Hate Crimes and Racism Against Asian-Americans by Mercedes Stephenson, Marc-André Cossette, Amanda Connolly (feat. Lindsay Rodman), Defense One, March 18, 2021

Women in military feeling ‘seething undercurrent of rage’ over allegations: senior female officer by Mercedes Stephenson, Marc-André Cossette, Amanda Connolly (feat. D. Michael Day), Global News, March 17, 2021

China, U.S. relations centre of focus for top 50 influencing Canada’s foreign policy by Neil Moss and Aidan Chamandy (feat. Sarah Goldfeder and Colin Robertson), The Hill Times, March 17, 2021

Manitoba campaign aims to combat COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy by Cameron MacLean (feat. Heidi Tworek), CBC News, March 17, 2021

Could Canada’s trade agreement with the U.S. derail plans to regulate social media platforms by Kieran Leavitt (feat. Hugh Stephens), Toronto Star, March 17, 2021

What defines essential? A year with a closed border by Grace McCarthy (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Northern Light, March 17, 2021

The golden silence over NORAD renewal and the voices who want to shatter it by Murray Brewster (feat. James Fergusson), CBC News, March 17, 2021

U.S. and Japanese officials get tough on China in key security talks by Jesse Johnson and Satochi Sugiyaman (feat. Stephen Nagy), The Japan Times, March 16, 2021

Canada has ‘right ingredients’ to be a EV world leader by Larysa Harapyn (feat. Brian Kingston), Financial Post, March 16, 2021

Is Canada’s top military brass tainted by sexualized culture? by Lee Berthiaume (feat. David Perry and Stefanie von Hlatky), National Observer, March 15, 2021

NORAD upgrade could be ‘transformative,’ Inuit business leader says by Jim Bell (feat. James Fergusson), Nunatsiaq News, March 15, 2021

Canada ready to do battle over future of Line 5, citing energy security threat by Gary Park (feat. Lawrence Herman), Petroleum News, March 14, 2021

U.S. Coast Guard to send icebreaker through Northwest Passage with Canada’s consent by Levon Sevunts (feat. Rob Huebert), CBC News, March 13, 2021

Threading the Needle by Dylan Robertson (feat. Heidi Tworek), Winnipeg Free Press, March 13, 2021

Former reservist says military doctor warned her of reprisals for reporting sexual assaults by CBC (feat. Stefanie von Hlatky), CBC Radio, March 12, 2021

Here’s some of the highs and lows of the auto industry in the past year by CBC (feat. Brian Kingston), CBC News, March 12, 2021

A woman number 2 in La Défense for the first time by Archyworldys (feat. D. Michael Day), Archyworldys, March 11, 2021

When will the world see Canada’s grounded top diplomat in person by Neil Moss (feat. Roy Norton and Colin Robertson), The Hill Times, March 10, 2021

Two new reports shed blinding light on China’s crimes. Will the Liberals ignore them? by Terry Glavin (feat. Kyle Matthews), National Post, March 10, 2021

Federal leaders welcome military’s first female deputy commander as misconduct scandal grows by Lee Berthiaume (feat. David Perry), National Observer, March 10, 2021

‘Complete failure’ of engine sidelines 8-year-old Canadian Coast Guard vessel by Paul Withers (feat. David Perry), CBC News, March 9, 2021

Nucléaire iranien : entente possible entre Téhéran et Washington? (Iranian nuclear: possible agreement between Teheran and Washington?) par/by Alexis De Lancer (feat. Thomas Juneau), Radio-Canada, March 9, 2021

COVID-19 pandemic prompts recent newcomers to leave Canada for their home countries by Mann Alhmidi (feat. Andrew Griffith), CTV News, March 7, 2021

Chinese citizens support XI’s hard-line policy against Hong Kong by Tomoyuki Tachikawa (feat. Stephen Nagy), Kyodo News, March 6, 2021

NATO grapples with grasping China’s transportation clout in Europe by Sebastian Sprenger (feat. Julian Lindley-French), DefenseNews, March 4, 2021

Canada could be shut out of Biden’s $2-trillion infrastructure spending plans, Canadian negotiator warns by Jesse Snyder (feat. Lawrence Herman), Kingston This Week, March 4, 2021

Would giving this man Canadian citizenship help him – or make his life in a Saudi jail even worse? by Douglas Quan (feat. Thomas Juneau), Toronto Star, March 3, 2021

China Doubles the Number of its Protected Animals by Dan Southerland (feat. John Gruetzner), Radio Free Asia, March 3, 2021

Saudi Arabia’s shadowy power struggles playing out on Canadian soil by Tyler Dawson (feat. Thomas Juneau), Kingston This Week, March 2, 2021

One Year After Closing, US-Canada Border Remains Closed by Craig McCulloch (feat. Laurie Trautman), VOA, March 2, 2021

Threat assessments up to date for 90 per cent of missions, with the rest ‘on track’ to be done by March, says Global Affairs by Samatha Wright Allen (feat. Roy Norton and Colin Robertson), The Hill Times, March 2, 2021

MPs, experts reeling following Vance allegations, McDonald’s voluntary departure from top military post by Mike Lapointe (feat. Ross Fetterly and Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), The Hill Times, March 1, 2021

Trudeau says Canada-U.S. relations need to rebuild. Just how bad did it get with Trump? by Mark Gollom (feat. Colin Robertson), CBC News, February 28, 2021

Canada sighs with relief after Biden, Trudeau meeting by David M. Shrubman (feat. Colin Robertson), Pittsburg Post-Gazette, February 28, 2021

No Hoax: Fighting COVID-19 has meant tackling conspiracy theories, even within families by Stewart Bell (feat. Kyle Matthews), Global News, February 27, 2021

Canada’s new frigate is getting heavier and more expansive by David B. Larter (feat. Timothy Choi), DefenseNews, February 26, 2021

Sansha City, l’étrange ville-champignon stratégique de Pékin en mer de Chine (Sansha City, Beijing’s odd mushroom-city in South China Sea) par/by Céline Deluzarche (feat. Stephen Nagy), korii, February 26, 2021

Makers of next-generation fighter jets tout economic benefits as Ottawa readies COVID-19 stimulus plans by Jesse Snyder (feat. David Perry), National Post, February 26, 2021

Two top military leaders are being investigated. Will that be enough for Canada to finally create an independent observer? by Jacques Gallant (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), Toronto Star, February 26, 2021

Threats against Dr. Bonnie Henry ‘unacceptable,’ B.C. health minister says by CBC News (feat. Heidi Tworek), CBC News, February 25, 2021

Canadian military facing ‘crisis’ amid probes into top leaders by Amanda Connolly (feat. David Perry), Global News, February 25 2021

PBO says mixed frigate fleet and other designs offer cheaper options to navy program by Murray Brewster (feat. David Perry), CBC News, February 24 2021

A reset in U.S.-Canadian relations by Robyn Breshanan (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), CBC Listen, February 24 2021

Arbitrary detention declaration is a ‘good start,’ but questions loom about impact by Neil Moss (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove and Patricia Fortier), The Hill Times, February 24 2021

Conspiracists fantasizing Dr. Henry’s execution part of troubling trend, experts say by Kelvin Gawley (feat. Heidi Tworek), City News, February 24 2021

Former senior military leaders express ‘deep concerns’ after Vance allegations by Amanda Connolly (feat. Mike Day), Global News, February 24 2021

Takeaways from the Trudeau-Biden virtual hangout by Maura Forrest (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), Politico, February 24 2021

What is happening in Myanmar? by Rob Breakenridge (feat. James Trottier), Global News Radio, February 23 2021

Biden-Trudeau talks on Tuesday seek to ease strained relations by Justin Sink and Theophilos (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), BNN Bloomberg, February 23 2021

Trudeau, Biden likely to talk Buy American, China in 1st bilateral meeting today by James McCarten (feat. Eric Miller), Global News, February 23 2021

Foreign diplomats amongst those exempt from the mandatory hotel quarantine by Richard Raycraft and Olivia Stefanovich (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), CBC News, February 23 2021

Price tag on frigate replacements to be built in Halifax could hit $80 billion: analyst by Chris Lambie (feat. David Perry), The Chronicle Herald, February 23 2021

Canada needs to investigate Saudi dissident’s mysterious return to homeland, critics say by Douglas Quan, Alex Boutilier, and Nadine Yousif (feat. Kyle Matthews), Toronto Star, February 23 2021

Tensions grow over Buy American provisions by CTV News (feat. Colin Robertson), CTV News, February 22 2021

Feds urged to create body to monitor military’s handling of sexual misconduct by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Charlotte Duval-Lantoine), City News, February 22 2021

Some watch B.C.’s COVID-19 briefings ‘religiously.’ Others have tuned out by Alex Midgal (feat. Heidi Tworek), CBC News, February 22 2021

Nova Scotia shipbuilding program seeks to draw marginalized groups into industry by Danielle Edwards (feat. Jeffrey Collins), Global News, February 21, 2021

Texas deep freeze the latest jolt as volatile oil markets markets recover from 2020 by Tony Seskus (feat. Kevin Birn), CBC News, February 20, 2021

Health professionals cautiously optimistic as B.C.’s COVID-19 vaccination program begins in earnest by Justin McElroy (feat. Heidi Tworek), CBC News, February 18, 2021

Doug Ford met with 7-Eleven executive at company’s Texas HQ by Mike Crawley (feat. Eric Miller), CBC News, February 18, 2021

Davie shipyard funding more equitable since 2015, but long-term contracts needed for stability, say experts by Neil Moss (feat. Tim Choi and Jeffrey Collins), The Hill Times, February 17, 2021

Canadian NGO calls on Ottawa to cancel purchase of Israeli drone by Levon Sevunts (feat. Tim Choi), Radio Canada International, February 16, 2021

Pénurie de milliers de soldars au Canada en raison de la pandémie par Stéphane Parent (avec David Perry), Radio Canada International, February 16, 2021

Canada’s military lacking thousands of troops as COVID-19 hits recruitment, training by Lee Berthiaume (feat. David Perry), Global News, February 15, 2021

Le Canada et ses alliés proposent une déclaration contre les détentions arbitraires (Canada and allies suggests a declaration against arbitrary detentions) par/by La Presse canadienne (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Radio Canada, February 15, 2021

‘Document dump’ of thousands of pages reveals federal government’s behind-the-scenes scramble on COVID-19 by Tonda MacCharles (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), Toronto Star, February 14, 2021

It will be at least a decade before Canada sees any of its new frigates by Murray Brewster (feat. David Perry), CBC News, February 13, 2021

Canada’s ‘undeclared’ foreign policy needs more focus: former diplomat by Mike Le Couteur (feat. Randolph Mank and Colin Robertson), Global News, February 12, 2021

Cattlemen’s Association continues to explore new markets for exports by Kenny Trenton (feat. Fawn Jackson), KIX FM 106, February 12, 2021

Government missed out on an offer of N95 masks at the start of the pandemic: documents by John Paul Tasker (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), CBC News, February 12, 2021

Pacific islands’ alliance – how China is using rifts to its advantage by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), Deutsche Welle, February 11, 2021

A flood of new SpaceX satellites has started a fight over space pollution by Tim Fernholz (feat. Charity Weeden), Quartz, February 11, 2021

Saudi Arabia’s release of a prominent activist shows Mohammed bin Salman knows his blank check from the US is over by Bill Bostock (feat. Thomas Juneau), Business Insider, February 11, 2021

Imperial, Suncor make contingency plans despite ‘low probability’ of Line 5 shutdown by Dan Healing (feat. Dennis McConaghy), Global News, February 11, 2021

Jason Kenney doit s’attaquer plus fermement aux antivaccins, selon des experts (Jason Kenney has to be more firm against antivaxxers, according to experts) par/by Audrey Neuveu (feat. Jean-Christophe Boucher), ICI Alberta, February 10, 2021

Vaccination : des chercheurs offriront des bulletins sur la désinformation en ligne (Vaccination: researchers will offer newsletters on online disinformation) par/by François Joly (feat. Jean-Christophe Boucher), ICI Alberta, February 10, 2021

China oil giant CNOOC beats Canadians in oil sands emission cuts by Robert Tuttle (feat. Kevin Birn), BNN Bloomberg, February 10, 2021

Remorse a factor in hate speech charges not being laid after shooting of Colten Boushie: document by The Canadian Press (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CBC News, February 10, 2021

Why GM’s switch to electric vehicles may be more important for the oilpatch than Keystone XL’s cancellation by Tony Seskus (feat. Brian Kingston), CBC News, February 10, 2021

Crude-by-rail stages comeback as oilsands production recovers – and grows by Chris Varcoe (feat. Kevin Birn), Calgary Herald, February 10, 2021

New NORAD Warfare Strategies and Canada’s Role in the Great Game Revisited by Matthew Ehret (feat. Andrea Charron), Strategic Culture Foundation, February 9, 2021

Vaccine delays: Canada mulling over options if Europe blocks vaccine exports by Anita Sharma (feat. Colin Robertson), CTV News, February 8, 2021

TransMountain expansion resumes after long shutdown by David Thurton (feat. Dennis McConaghy), CBC News, February 8, 2021

The fall of Jason Kenney >by Bruce Livesey (feat. Hugh Segal), National Observer, February 8, 2021

Nucléaire iranien : le temps presse pour tous les acteurs (Iranian nuclear: time presses all actors) par/by Valérie Leroux (feat. Benjamin Hautecouverture), L’Orient-Le Jour, February 6, 2021

Une lutte entre diplomatie et nationalisme vaccinal (A struggle between vaccine diplomacy and nationalism) par/by Stéphane Baillargeon (feat. Andrew Caddell), Le Devoir, February 6, 2021

NORAD modernization to dominate agenda of Canada-U.S. defence relations, experts say by Levon Sevunts (feat. Andrea Charron), Radio-Canada International, February 5, 2021

Ottawa will continue online citizenship tests after success of pilot program by Nicholas Keung (feat. Andrew Griffith), Toronto Star, February 5, 2021

Why there’s now a push to secure the future of Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline by Elise von Scheel (feat. Kelly Ogle), CBC News, February 5, 2021

Military police say they are opening an investigation into Vance allegation by Mercedes Stephenson, Marc-André Cossette, and Amanda Connolly (feat. David Perry), Global News, February 4, 2021

Acquittal of Halifax man shows Canada’s economic sanctions are just ‘paper tigers,’ expert says by Alexander Quon (feat. Michael Nesbitt), Global News, February 4, 2021

Navy needs to prepare for tough talks over warship delays, cost increases: Norman by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Mark Norman), Global News, February 3, 2021

Feds need to spotlight North American integration to gain exemption from Biden’s protectionist Buy American measures, say experts by Neil Moss (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), The Hill Times, February 3, 2021

Express entry economic immigration timelines a ‘joke,’ say lawyers as processing times increase by Samantha Wright Allen (feat. Andrew Griffith), The Hill Times, February 3, 2021

Thunder Bay hospital halts interviews temporarily during pandemic by Jeff Walters (feat. Chris Waddell), CBC News, February 3, 2021

National Defence grappling with new delay in $60B warship project by Lee Berthiaume (feat. David Perry), CTV News, February 2, 2021

Military and vets stormed Capitol. Should they get special treatment? by Anna Mulrine Grobe (feat. Lindsay Rodman), The Christian Science Monitor, February 2, 2021

Argument for TMX ‘even stronger’ after KXL permit revoked: minister of natural resources by Stephanie Thomas (feat. Kevin Birn), CTV News, January 31, 2021

Canada-U.S. Border reopens far away, changes could persist, border expert says by Emma Jacobs (feat. Laurie Trautman), FR24 News, January 30, 2021

Kenney’s comments on Keystone XL won’t hobble Ottawa’s negotiations on other bilateral files, say experts by Palak Mangat (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), The Hill Times, January 29, 2021

Military justice system at crossroads as court hears case on judges’ independence by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Tim Dunne), CBC News, January 28, 2021

Woman assaulted, robbed while jogging near UBC: RCMP by Lisa Steacy (feat. Kelly Sundberg), News 1130, January 28, 2021

EU health official says vaccine exports to Canada will not be blocked by Mike Blanchfield (feat. Lawrence Herman), National Observer, January 28, 2021

‘It’s a big threat’: U.S. aims to shut down another cross-border pipeline – Line 5 to Ontario by Jesse Snyder (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), Kingston This Week, January 28, 2021

Analysts see hope in Biden executive order for B.C.-Washington trade and connections by Derrick Penner (feat. Laurie Trautman), Vancouver Sun, January 27, 2021

Trudeau government looks to continental energy strategy in wake of Keystone cancellation by Elise von Scheel (feat. Heidi Tworek), CBC News, January 27, 2021

Plan to rebuild defence early-warning system means political, fiscal headaches for Trudeau government by Murray Brewster (feat. James Fergusson), CBC News, January 26, 2021

President Biden’s Buy American Executive Order by CBC Ottawa Morning (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), Earnscliffe, January 26, 2021

Calgary consumer questions SkipTheDishes security after ‘account takeover’ by Tomasia DaSilva (feat. Tom Keenan), Global News, January 26, 2021

“Unity”: Biden’s message for America by Hadassah Alencar (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), The Concordian, January 25, 2021

Why China Plans to Place Its Super Offshore Oil Rig in a Disputed Sea by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), VOA, January 25, 2021

The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 74: Heidi Tworek on the Challenges of Internet Platform Regulation by Michael Geist (feat. Heidi Tworek), Law Bytes, January 25, 2021

Why the pro-Trump QAnon movement is finding followers in Japan by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), DW, January 25, 2021

Biden’s ‘Buy American’ Plan Eyed Warily by Other Countries by Yuka Hayashi (feat. Colin Robertson), The Wall Street Journal, January 24, 2021

Lack of transparency about Manitoba’s vaccine eligibility plan erodes public trust: health experts by Cameron MacLean (avec Heidi Tworek), CBC News, January 24, 2021

Le manque de transparence sur la vaccination érode la confiance des Manitobains par Radio-Canada (avec Heidi Tworek), Radio-Canada, January 24, 2021

Parliament resumes amid heightened political pressure on pandemic, vaccines by Kristy Kirkup (feat. Peter Donolo), The Globe and Mail, January 24, 2021

Biden et l’Europe face à l’Iran (Biden and Europe against Iran) par/by Christine Ockrent (avec/feat. Benjamin Hautecouverture), France Culture, January 23, 2021

Threats of a trade fight won’t work – only jobs offer a ‘faint hope’ for Keystone XL by Chris Varcoe (feat. Colin Robertson), Calgary Herald, January 23, 2021

How political symbolism brought down Keystone XL by Aaron Wherry (feat. Colin Robertson), CBC News, January 23, 2021

Tokyo seeks US vow of support in East China Sea, as dispute with Beijing heats up by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, January 22, 2021

Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan Resolve A 30-Year Dispute Over Caspian Field by Bruce Pannier (feat. Robert Cutler), Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty, January 22, 2021

Ottawa should focus on TransMountain with Keystone XL cancelled: Former TC exec by Arturo Chang (feat. Dennis McConnaghy), BNN Bloomberg, January 21, 2021

White House sends a message about foreign policy in announcing Biden call with Trudeau by Alexander Panetta (feat. Eric Miller), CBC News, January 21, 2021

Gov. Gen. Julie Payette steps down in wake of damning report alleging workplace harassment by Tonda MacCharles (feat. Peter Donolo), Toronto Star, January 21, 2021

Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan to resolve Caspian energy dispute by AFP (feat. Robert Cutler), IPOT News, January 21, 2021

Trump’s legacy leaves Arctic with fewer environmental protections and more risk of conflict, say experts by John Last (feat. Rob Huebert and Andrea Charron), CBC News, January 21, 2021

L’administration Biden ne sera pas une panacée pour l’économie canadienne (The Biden administration will not be a panacea for the Canadian economy) par/by Philippe de Montigny (avec/feat. Lawrence Herman), CBC News, January 21, 2021

Garneau’s new foreign affairs post centres on his American links and steady hands, say analysts by Neil Moss (feat. Jocelyn Coulon), The Hill Times, January 20, 2021

Biden’s push for EV revolution is a ‘win’ for Canada: Policy Analyst by BNN Bloomberg (feat. Eric Miller), BNN Bloomberg, January 20, 2021

New US Arctic strategies ignore climate risks in focus on geopolitics, experts say by Melody Schreiber (feat. Tim Choi), Arctic Today, January 20, 2021

From Alberta’s oilsands to tariffs, how Biden’s presidency could change Canada by Graham Slaughter, Ryan Flanagan, and Rachel Aiello (feat. Sarah Goldfeder, Stephen Saideman, and Laurie Trautman), CTV News, January 20, 2021

Challenges ahead despite major shift in Canada-U.S. relations under President Biden: expert by Cormac Mac Sweeney and Kathryn Tindale (feat. Colin Robertson), News 1130, January 20, 2021

What Canada can expect from Joe Biden: Former Canadian Diplomat to U.S. shares his view of post-Trump era by Ahmar Khan (feat. Colin Robertson), Yahoo News, January 20, 2021

Canada mounts final plea for Keystone XL, as prospects dim for Alberta’s investment by Chris Varcoe (feat. Colin Robertson), Calgary Herald, January 20, 2021

How Biden’s Made-in-America plan could impact Canadian companies by Brett Bundale (feat. Colin Robertson), BNN Bloomberg, January 20, 2021

Trudeau should lead with shared interests in Biden agenda: Former Canadian diplomat by BNN Bloomberg (feat. Colin Robertson), BNN Bloomberg, January 19, 2021

Biden’s plan to cancel Keystone pipeline signals a rocky start with Canada by Amanda Coletta (feat. Eric Miller), Washington Post, January 19, 2021

The road ahead for Biden’s unnamed ambassador to Canada by Charlie Pinkerton (feat. Eric Miller), iPolitics, January 19, 2021

Trump’s political legacy: How will the U.S. president be remembered? by Meredith MacLeod (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), CTV News, January 19, 2021

Alberta urges Trudeau to press Biden, save Keystone XL pipeline by Reuters (feat. Dennis McConaghy), BOE Report, January 19, 2021

Canadian Conservatives reckon with fallout from Capitol Hill riot by Maura Forrest (feat. Peter Donolo), Politico, January 18, 2021

Cancelled Keystone XL pipeline expansion won’t lessen oil dependency, experts say by The Canadian Press (feat. Dennis McConaghy), Toronto Star, January 18, 2021

An outright ‘No’: Biden Day 1 Keystone XL kibosh bodes ill for Canada-U.S. ties by James McCarten (feat. Eric Miller), CTV News, January 18, 2021

Biden indicates plans to cancel Keystone XL pipeline permit on 1st day in office, sources confirm by Kyle Bakx (feat. Dennis McConaghy), CBC News, January 17, 2021

It’s cold, it’s dark, we’re tired. Canada, meet the COVID-19 wall by Alex Boyd (feat. Heidi Tworek), Toronto Star, January 17, 2021

Canada’s pipeline capacity woes slashed at least $14 billion from oil producers’ bottom line by Deborah Jaremko (feat. Kevin Birn), Energy Now, January 16, 2021

Project Syndicate Commentators’ Predictions for 2021 by Project Syndicate (feat. Robert Muggah), The Washington Diplomat, January 16, 2021

Minding the gap by CBA National (feat. Lawrence Herman), National Magazine, January 15, 2021

Russia Elevates Importance of Northern Fleet Upgrading it to Military District Status by Malte Humpert (feat. Rob Huebert), High North News, January 13, 2021

NCC proposal for new embassy row could boost diplomatic presence away from the Hill by Neil Moss (feat. Colin Robertson and Roy Norton), The Hill Times, January 13, 2021

La lutte aux changements climatiques polarise les Canadiens (The fight against climate change polarizes Canadians) par/by Ericka Muzzo (feat. Monica Gattinger), La voix du Nord, January 13, 2021

What you should know about Canada’s new top diplomat by Lauren Gardner (feat. Colin Robertson), Politico, January 12, 2021

U.S. and Canada announce COVID-19 border closure extended until at least Feb. 21 by David Rasbach (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Olympian, January 12, 2021

Trumpism in Canada by Global News Morning BC (feat. Peter Donolo), Global News, January 12, 2021

How the Keystone XL pipeline could – just maybe – find a path forward under Joe Biden by Tony Seskus (feat. Dennis McConaghy), CBC, January 12, 2021

Canada’s mission in Iraq at a crossroads as ISIS deadlines, new threats emerge by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Thomas Juneau), CTV News, January 10, 2021

Why the Pentagon Remains a Battlefield for Women by Courtney Mabeus (feat. Lindsay Rodman), Foreign Policy, January 10, 2021

Most new Order of Canada appointees are white men, despite diversity-boosting efforts by Kathleen Harris (feat. Andrew Griffith), CBC, January 10, 2021

Marc Garneau succède à François-Philippe Champagne aux Affaires étrangères (Marc Garneau succeeds François-Philippe Champagne at Global Affairs) par/by Richard Martineau (avec/feat. Jocelyn Coulon), TVA Nouvelles, January 10, 2021

As American aftershocks persist, Trudeau says riot ‘incited by current president’ by Canadian Press (feat. Eric Miller and Colin Robertson), Halifax Today, January 8, 2021

New U.S. Arctic strategy focused on ‘day-to-day competition’ with Russia and China by Levon Sevunts (feat. Rob Huebert), Eye on the Arctic, January 7, 2021

The role of social media in civil unrest by Jo Horwood (feat. Tom Keenan), City News, January 7, 2021

What the Democrats’ crucial Senate-runoff victories mean for Canada by Charlie Pinkerton (feat. Colin Robertson), iPolitics, January 7, 2021

President elect Joe Biden’s work will be easier thanks to Senate wins by Ryan Tumilty (feat. Eric Miller), National Post, January 7, 2021

Feds pushed to support Taiwan’s entry into CPTPP deal by Sean Pratt (feat. Fawn Jackson), The Western Producer, January 7, 2021

New U.S. Strategic Blueprint For A Blue Arctic Is No Revolution by Xavier Vavasseur (feat. Timothy Choi), Naval News, January 7, 2021

Kenney pushes for Keystone XL, but acknowledges ‘significant writedown’ looms if Biden rejects pipeline by Chris Varcoe (feat. Kevin Birn), Calgary Herald, January 6, 2021

China Wants to Invest in the Arctic. Why Doesn’t Canada? by Gloria Dickie (feat. Adam Lajeunesse), The Walrus, January 5, 2021

Nucléaire iranien : « c’est une posture très ferme pour que Joe Biden accepte de suspendre ou geler les sanctions » (Iranian nuclear: “it is a very firm position for Joe Biden to accept to suspend or freeze sanctions”) par/by Kadiatou Sakho (feat. Benjamin Hautecouverture), Libération, January 5, 2021

L’Iran annonce la reprise de l’enrichissement à 20% de l’uranium (Iran announces resumption of 20% uranium enrichment) par/by Carole Vinet (feat. Benjamin Hautecouverture), La Croix, January 5, 2021

U.S. calls on Iran to release South Korean tanker by Gustaf Kilander & Borzou Daraghi (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Independent, January 5, 2021

The Trans Mountain project faces a year of challenges and opportunities by David Thurton (feat. Dennis McConaghy), CBC, January 4, 2021

How the Georgia Senate runoff could impact Canada by Caryn Ceolin (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), CityNews, January 4, 2021

Alberta oil sands will be focused on financial discipline, free cash flow: IHS Markit by Kevin M. Baerson (feat. Kevin Birn), BNN Bloomberg, January 4, 2021

Canada’s New Drone Can Better Surveil Its Challenging Arctic Environment by Kevin M. Baerson (feat. Timothy Choi), Inside Unmanned Systems, January 4, 2021

Japan to play placeholder role in Asia as Biden gets his house in order by Jesse Johnson and Satoshi Sagiyama (feat. Stephen Nagy), The Japan Times, January 1, 2021

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