CIC-Saskatoon began 2017 with two events addressing climate change. Both events, coincidently enough, were greeted by extreme wintry weather. By: Dan Sutherland
The dangerous trend in the contemporary world is the resurgence of the far-right as a political alternative to the conventional left and right. The European far-right today is no longer represented by the likes of Himmler or Goebbels, who were
As the possibility of nuclear sabre rattling on the Korean peninsula edges closer to reality, one CIC member sees a possibility for Canada to return to a once-familiar role of creating the peace. By Elliot Cho
November, 2015: out of tragedy, words of hope As we review the storm surrounding the terror attacks in Beirut and Paris four months ago, Elliot Cho kindly offers up his opinions in one of his articles from that time As
Elliot Cho notes in the cases of Crimea and Novorossiya that humanity is witnessing nationalism being applied to justify inflicting harm on other nations.
During seven days in late September, CIC-Saskatoon welcomed not one but two presidents visiting from other branches. In a country as vast as ours, and with finite financial resources, this is not an everyday occurrence. By Dan Sutherland
Eighty-three years ago, the Holodomor – a dark period in Ukrainian history – began, in which Stalin engineered a famine which killed millions of Ukrainians. By Elliot Cho