CIC in the News
Drones could be used to deliver medicines and protect vulnerable people, but major hurdles remain, finds Rodrigo de Oliveira Andrade.
Celebrated at its launch as the ‘largest procurement contract in Canadian history,’ there are already claims that the $35 billion National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy (NSPS) is in trouble as a result of contractual, financial and design difficulties. Now is a good time, therefore, to analyze the state of the various shipbuilding projects within the strategy, assess the reported problems and, if they are as serious as has been made out, examine the government’s options.
Toronto – Monday, April 14 – The Walrus Foundation and the Canadian International Council (CIC) are pleased to announce that Bogotá-based journalist Nadja D…
Toronto – Tuesday, April 30 – The Canadian International Council, the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History (CCIH) and SAGE Publication…