I should like to call your attention to an important new book entitled “Bread not Bombs” by Douglas Roche, published by The University of Alberta Press in Edmonton. Senator Roche … Read more Editorial
This event was held on Wednesday, February 9, 2000, sponsored by the St. Lawrence Centre Forum in cooperation with Science for Peace, the Toronto Food Policy Council and the Toronto … Read more Genetically Modified Food: A Field of Dreams?
On Tuesday, April 4, 2000, I made a presentation on behalf of Science for Peace to a hearing of the Standing Committee on National Defense and Veterans Affairs. This hearing, … Read more Science for Peace Speaks to the Standing Committee on National Defense and Veterans Affairs
These Consultations arose from Lloyd Axworthy’s policies of pursuing “human security”. The program was organized by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT), the Canadian International Development Agency … Read more Fourth Annual DFAIT Peacebuilding Consultations Ottawa, March 1 and 2
This joint seminar of the Canadian Pugwash Group and Science for Peace was held on Saturday March 18, 2000 at the International Student Centre, University of Toronto. In addition to … Read more The Non-Proliferation Treaty, NATO and Canada: The Future of Nuclear Weapons
This was the title of a discussion under the auspices of the University College Lectures in Peace Studies held on Tuesday March 21, 2000, at the International Student Centre, University … Read more Should Talisman be in Sudan? Corporate Responsibility and Human Rights