Michael Byers responds to latest Arctic sovereignty survey

A recent survey conducted by EKOS Research for the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, and the Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation, found that the majority of Canadians see Arctic sovereignty as the country’s top foreign-policy issue.  The Globe and Mail hosted an online discussion with Prof. Michael Byers, a member of the Rideau Institute Board of Directors and Professor of Political Science at the University of British Columbia.

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We’re already preparing for Canada’s upcoming federal election

We all know that a federal election is looming this fall.  It is not too early to start thinking about some of the key policies we want to see up for debate. Impact of Canadian accession to the global Arms Trade Treaty Will it make a difference or is it business as usual? By the […]

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