Trade War
The unspoken US policy objective behind the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou on trumped up charges, consists in breaking China's technological lead in wireless telecommunications. What is at stake is a coordinated US intelligence initiative to ban China from playing a strategic role in the 5G global mobile phone network.
Once all that water has been impounded behind the dams, it is subject to NAFTA treatment (including in the rewritten USMCA agreement) as a tradable “good” or commodity. Chrystia Freeland and the negotiators for the USMCA did not secure an explicit exemption for water under the goods, services, and investment provisions of the deal.
“In 1934, War Plan Red was amended to authorize the immediate first use of poison gas against Canadians and to use strategic bombing to destroy Halifax if it could not be captured. ... In August 1935, war games were conducted, 36,000 US troops converged to Canadian border"
In the late 1920s, Washington formulated a top secret plan to invade Canada, entitled “Joint Army and Navy Basic War Plan — Red”. The plan was approved by the US War Department under the presidency of Herbert Hoover in 1930.
I Heard the News Today, Oh Boy… Canada’s Military Involvement in “Troubled Areas of the World” By Jim Miles, June 28, 2018
Please Sign Petition to Reform Canada’s Extradition Law By Hassan Diab Support Committee, June 27, 2018
Ontario Looks Right By Herman Rosenfeld, June 25, 2018
Canada’s Secret Government: Who is the Power Behind the Throne? By Michael Welch and Yves Engler, June 24, 2018
‘Safe Third Country’ Eh: Canada’s Treatment of Refugees By J. B. Gerald, June 22, 2018
Doug Ford – Ontario’s Donald Trump? By Prof. Todd Gordon and Ashley Smith, June 22, 2018
Canadian Doctor Shot by Israelis Lobbies Trudeau to Fund Gaza Hospital Project By Jillian D'Amours, June 21, 2018
Trudeau’s Troubles: Pipelines, Tariffs, and the Wrath of Trump By Michael Welch, David Hughes, David Orchard, and John Helmer, June 18, 2018
Chrystia Freeland Fails to See that It Is a Multipolar World on the March, Not Authoritarianism By Nino Pagliccia, June 17, 2018
Canada’s Parliament Rejects Trump’s Agenda on Trade By Jim Miles, June 12, 2018
As the G-7 Implodes, SCO Meeting Confirms the New Century of Multipolarity By Federico Pieraccini, June 12, 2018
G7 vs. G6+1 – The War of Words By Peter Koenig and Press TV, June 11, 2018
G7 Follies, Police Apparatus “Protects the Summit” By Jim Miles, June 10, 2018
Violence with Impunity: The Unending Tragedy of the Israeli Occupation of Palestine By Michael Welch, Sean Clinton, and Prof. Yakov M. Rabkin, June 10, 2018
What’s at Stake in the Ontario Election? By David Bush, June 06, 2018
Canadian News Fabricators regarding the So-called “Syrian Opposition” By Mark Taliano, June 06, 2018
Trudeau Endorses Trump: Canadian Sanctions against Venezuela Violate ‘International Law’ By Telesur, June 03, 2018
Permanent State Versus The People. The Regime Change War against Syria By Mark Taliano, June 03, 2018
The Canadian Pension Plan: The Deadly Hand of the Market. Investing in Weapons and Fossil Fuel By Judith Deutsch, June 03, 2018
America’s “Deep State”: Unaccountable Shadow Government By Mark Taliano, June 02, 2018
Climate Science Denial and Game Changers for Survival By Charlie Smith, June 01, 2018
Trudeau’s Reckless Support for Kinder-Morgan. Billions of Tax Dollars to Buy an Unbuildable, Financially Doomed Pipeline By Adam Scott, May 30, 2018
Kinder-Morgan Fiasco: The Cat Is Out of the Bag at the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) By Bob Farkas, May 30, 2018
Canada’s Deal to Purchase Kinder Morgan Assets By Adam Scott, May 30, 2018
The Left’s Naivety about Canada’s Role in Foreign Affairs. The Korea “Peace Train” By Yves Engler, May 29, 2018
Canada’s Trans Mountain Pipeline, Civil Society to Justin Trudeau: “The Time for Investment in New Fossil Fuel Infrastructure Is Over” By Andy Rowell, May 25, 2018
“Ugly Canadians” Active in Brazil. The 1964 Military Coup and the Overthrow of Brazilian Democracy By Yves Engler, May 24, 2018
At the U.N., Trudeau Opposes an Investigation into Israel’s Shooting of Unarmed Civilians – Including a Canadian Doctor By Dimitri Lascaris, May 22, 2018
Canada’s Adventures in Neoliberal Imperialism Continue By Jim Miles, May 22, 2018
The Great March of Return and Israel’s Attack on Gaza: Canadian Opposition By Socialist Project and Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East, May 21, 2018
Canada’s NDP MPs Must Stop Being ‘Friends’ with Israel By Yves Engler, May 21, 2018
The Dispossession of Canada’s First Nations and the Kinder Morgan Pipeline By Kim Petersen, May 20, 2018
Welcome Home! Canada’s Trudeau Government Welcomes Confessed ISIS Terrorist back to Toronto By Mark Taliano, May 14, 2018
Long Past Time for Canada to Exit NORAD By Yves Engler, May 12, 2018
Free and Accessible Transit in Toronto. Towards the Transformation of Urban Life and the Social System By Free Transit Toronto, May 08, 2018
The Hassan Diab Extradition: Calling for a Public Inquiry, Reforming Canada’s Extradition Law By Hassan Diab Support Committee, May 05, 2018
Species at Risk: Canada’s Boreal Caribou Habitat Unprotected By Greenpeace, May 04, 2018
Aboriginal Rights and the Proposed Pipeline Corridor: Why Are Canadian Governments Doing the Kinder Morgan Kowtow? By David Orchard, May 03, 2018
The Facebook Data Scandal: How Protected Are Canadians? By Victoria Henry, May 02, 2018
No More Crimes Against Peace: Why Canada Must Leave NATO Now By Prof. John McMurtry, May 01, 2018
Canada Fuels Assault on Syria, but Syrians Are Resilient By Mark Taliano and Phil Taylor, April 26, 2018
The “Ukraine Issue” and Canada’s “Foreign” Minister Chrystia Freeland By PaulR, April 24, 2018
Commemorating the Independence of Venezuela By Nino Pagliccia, April 23, 2018
Canada Anti-war Demonstration against US-UK-French Missile Attacks on Syria, Toronto, April 22 By Hamilton Coalition to Stop the War, April 20, 2018
If Ottawa Rams Through Trans Mountain Pipeline, It Could Trigger an Oka-like Crisis By Stewart Phillip and Serge Simon, April 17, 2018
Canada’s First Nations Leaders Pledge to Block Trans-Mountain Pipeline Expansion By Richard Fidler, April 17, 2018
Beyond the Bank of Canada. Litigation Directed against Ottawa Regarding the Mandate of the Bank of Canada By James Clayton, April 13, 2018
The Canadian Government’s Silence on the Israeli Massacre in Gaza By Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East, April 11, 2018
On Universities and NATO War Drums: How Deep Does the Corruption Go? By Prof. John McMurtry, April 10, 2018
Poverty Alleviation and “Basic Income”: Progressive Cloak and Neoliberal Dagger By John Clarke, April 05, 2018
Elections and Democracy in Revolutionary Cuba: Canada National Speaking Tour, March 21-April 4 By Global Research News, April 01, 2018
Monetary Policy, Money Supply and The Bank of Canada By Professor John Ryan, March 29, 2018
Canada at War: NATO’s March 1999 Military Assault on Yugoslavia By David Orchard, March 29, 2018
Response to Trump’s “Protectionist Measures”: “Workers Need an Industrial Policy Not Tariffs” By UE, March 23, 2018
Islamophobia and Religious Discrimination in Canada By Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East, March 23, 2018
Canadian Military Pays Artists and Historians to Shape What You Think of Them By Yves Engler, March 16, 2018
China Develops Artificial Intelligence for “Human-Like” Autonomous Driving, in Partnership with Canadian University By University of Waterloo, March 16, 2018
Palestinian Refugees and the History of Israel’s Ethnic Cleansing. The Role of UNRWA By Karin Brothers, March 15, 2018
The Health Impacts of Hydrofluorosilicic Acid. Ontario Health Minister Avoids Water Fluoridation Issue By David Green, March 11, 2018
Careful What You Wish For: China is “Quietly Reshaping the World” By Asad Ismi, March 04, 2018
Online Censorship: Lessons in the New McCarthyism By Prof Michael Keefer, February 25, 2018
Black History: The Myths and Realities of Liberation in the US and Canada By Michael Welch and Abayomi Azikiwe, February 25, 2018
British Columbia’s Mount Polley Copper Mining Disaster of 2014 By Dr. Gary G. Kohls, February 22, 2018
Academic Freedom at Alberta’s Universities: Open Letter to Premier Rachel Notley By Prof. Anthony J. Hall, February 20, 2018
Women’s Rights in Syria By Mark Taliano, February 19, 2018
War is Propelled by Propaganda Narratives: The Anti-war Movement Must Break the Media Consensus Which Upholds War as a “Peacemaking Endeavor” By Michael Welch, Robert Parry, and Mnar Muhawesh, February 18, 2018
Video: Michael Welch’s GRNH Radio Program, An Independent Voice Committed to Truth in Media By Michael Welch, February 16, 2018
Fragmentation of the Labour Movement in Toronto’s Hotel Sector By Prof. Steven Tufts, February 15, 2018
Canada’s Deep Systemic Racial Bias. Indigenous Rights By Jim Miles, February 12, 2018
Free Trade Fantasies: Canada Must Reject Both NAFTA and TPP By Michael Welch, David Orchard, and Gus Van Harten, February 04, 2018
Which Path to National Improved Medicare for All? By Margaret Flowers, February 02, 2018
Hassan Diab Is Back in Canada! By Hassan Diab Support Committee, January 28, 2018
Canada Should Follow Germany’s Example and Halt Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia By Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East, January 27, 2018
NAFTA and US-Canada Relations: How the Americans Could Save Us from Ourselves on Free Trade By David Orchard, January 23, 2018
Public-Private Partnerships (P3s): Corporate Collapse Highlights Risks of Privatization By Canadian Union of Public Employees, January 21, 2018
Anniversary of the Trump Presidency Part One: Peak Oil and the Deep State By Michael Welch, David Hughes, and Mark Robinowitz, January 20, 2018
Hawaii, Japan “False Alerts” of a North Korea Attack. We Are Brainwashed By Robin Mathews, January 19, 2018
Alberta’s XL Bailout a Desperate Attempt to Save TransCanada’s Doomed Keystone XL By Oil Change International, January 19, 2018
Canada Embraces US War Threats against North Korea. “Epic Fail” of Vancouver Group By Jim Miles, January 18, 2018
More War Threats and Sanctions against North Korea. Vancouver Group Diplomatic Disaster By Stephen Lendman, January 18, 2018