International, Politics

Claims of foreign interference in upcoming election

Former Canadian ambassador to China meddling? In light of accusations that there was foreign influence in the last U.S. election, Canada’s Liberal government for the past several months has been warning of potential meddling in this country’s general election coming» 

International, Politics

Canada calls for more women in Ukrainian politics

While the threat of insidious Russian interference in the upcoming parliamentary elections in Ukraine preoccupies all Western election observers, the head of Canada’s election observation mission says he is also worried about the low participation rate of women candidates. Ukrainians» 


Alberta elects United Conservative Party government

Alberta woke up to a new centre-right government today after voters in the oil-rich Western Canadian province that has fallen on hard times recently delivered a landslide victory to the United Conservative Party led by Jason Kenney. Tuesday’s election turned» 

International, Politics

Canada ‘very concerned’ about foreign meddling, says Chrystia Freeland

Interference by foreign “malign actors” in the upcoming federal election in Canada “is very likely,” Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Friday. “We’re, we are very concerned.  I think our judgement is interference is very likely,” Freeland told reporters Friday.» 

Economy, International, Politics, Society

Is democracy in trouble? New book looks at solutions

Have we now become “too dumb for democracy”.  Well, not really in that sense The subtitles are fairly self-explanatory about what’s in the new book, “Why we make bad political decisions, and how we can make better ones” The book» 

Internet, Science and Technology, Politics

Ottawa unveils new measures to combat election interference

With nine month to go until Canadians head to polls to elect the next federal government, Ottawa unveiled a series of new measures aimed at further beefing up Canada’s electoral system against foreign interference, and enhancing its ability to defend» 


Indigenous reindeer herders request emergency aid after drought, wildfires

Eye on the Arctic brings you stories and newsmakers from around the North.  This week, we bring you another instalment of our occasional series looking at how climate change is affecting not only the Canadian North, but different parts of the» 

Economy, Environment, Indigenous, International, Politics

Feature Interview: The politics of climate

As the dust settles after Canada’s marathon 78-day federal election campaign, post mortems are being done on the issues that did, and didn’t, resonate with Canadians. Everything from the Syrian refugee crisis to terrorism dominated headlines during the campaign. But climate change issues were» 


The LINK Online, Sat., July 4, 2015

Your hosts this week, Lynn, Carmel, and Marc When it comes to Canadian stereotypes, the comedy characters Bob and Doug McKenzie got it right by wearing toques, plaid shirts, parkas and saying “eh” a lot..and drinking lots of beer © CBC» 

Economy, Environment, Indigenous, International, Politics, Society

Eye on the Arctic – Week in Review 11/28/14

Eye on the Arctic brings you stories and newsmakers from across the North   On this week’s news round-up, we bring you some of the top headlines from Eye on the Arctic this week: – The Canadian government has made the Arctic»