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After Iran, Ottawa to cut ties with North Vancouver
After expelling diplomats from Iran, Baird's leaving nothing to chance.
Sep 7th, 2012
Syria's Assad regime issues orders to kill foreign journalists
Syrian Revolution Daily Roundup: Commander-in-chief of al-Tawheed Brigade said that the Assad regime issued orders to kidnap and kill foreign journalists.
Strategic Research and Communication Centre
Sep 6th, 2012
On Eid al-Fitr, carnage in Syria continues
As Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Fitr, Syria continues to be rocked by clashes between government and rebel forces.
Aug 18th, 2012
Alice Walker: The colour of censorship?
Jun 28th, 2012
Chris and Hedvig Alexander on Canada's role in Afghanistan's future
Canada has made a huge contribution to Afghanistan and can continue to do more, says Conservative MP Chris Alexander.
May 24th, 2012
Master Mariner responds to Comox Captain’s Enbridge pipeline critique
A West Vancouver mariner shares his response to Captain Mal Walsh’s letter, which previously described Enbridge’s tanker plans as a “train wreck waiting to happen”.
May 18th, 2012
#FreeKhazali: twitter activists celebrate Iranian dissident Mehdi Khazali's release after hunger strike
Iranian blogger and activist Mehdi Khazali is still weak from his 71-day hunger strike against state repression in Iran, but has been freed thanks to international pressure on social media.
Mar 18th, 2012
Tahrir Square: the making of an Egyptian revolutionist
Nadeem Abdel-Gawad hopes to attend his college graduation in Cairo next month. But that depends on what happens in Tahrir Square this week.
Jan 25th, 2012
Fear and anticipation in Canada over the Egyptian elections
Egyptian-Canadians in Vancouver rally to voice discontent.
Jan 18th, 2012
Palestine accepted by UNESCO
Canadian foreign minister "not happy"
Oct 31st, 2011