Will UNDRIP be another broken promise to indigenous Canadians? / Ken Coates / MLI in Parliament
Will UNDRIP be another broken promise to indigenous Canadians? / Ken Coates / MLI in Parliament
Federal employment bloat costing taxpayers at least $10 billion annually: Jack Mintz in the Financial Post

Very few women in the race as some of the worlds biggest democracies go to the polls in 2024 [Video]

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This is the year of elections, with more than 60 countries, including some of the world’s most prominent democracies — India, U.S., Indonesia, U.K., South Africa — and others like Russia and Iran, all seeing polls in 2024. What stands out too, is that in none of these countries are women amongst the likely contenders for power. Mexico is an exception, with two women in leading positions for the Presidential election in June.

As a result, at the G20 in Brazil this November, Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Melonicould be the only other woman leader of a country, while European Commission president Ursula Von Der Leyen would be at the table depending on how she fares in the EU elections this summer. The previous decade actually fared better in terms of gender representation at the G20 high table: Germany’s Merkel, Argentina’s Kirchner, Australia’s Gillard, Brazil’s Rousseff and IMF Chief Lagarde all attended …

Not a single Canadian economist who specializes in the Arctic? MLI in Parliament
Not a single Canadian economist who specializes in the Arctic? MLI in Parliament
Russia and China want security for themselves and no one else: Stephen Nagy in the Japan Times