The row between Canada and Germany over the future of the stalled CETA free trade deal rumbles on after Germany said it wanted to re-open the talks.
Tag Archives: Canada
The chorus of disapproval is starting to become deafening on payday lending. However Canada shows that another model of payday lender regulation is possible.
The resignation of the Canadian minister for aboriginal affairs leaves prime minister Steve Harper more exposed to criticism over the country’s treatment of the aboriginal community.
Shadow Scotland Office minister William Bain MP looks at the lessons we should learn from Canada for Scotland’s constitutional debate.
Claudia Tomlinson writes for Left Foot Forward on the relatively unknown, but no less unjust, treatment of indigenous peoples in Canada.
James Hallwood writes about Canada’s awful legal ruling, which retrospectively annulled thousands of marriages, and calls on Cameron to fight it.
Alex Hern rounds up the latest news from the Durban climate change sujmmit, and the latest environment news from around the world.
The Canadian experience shows that a government needs to get much more creative and draconian than that – but the UK anything near the level of intergovernmental transfers ripe for the cutting.