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Syrah: Big, bold and rich — or savoury

Syrah: Big, bold and rich — or savoury

As Rajat Parr, author of The Sommelier’s Atlas of Taste puts it, Syrah is a callback to our ancestry —

Winter is the season for Indigenous art in Ottawa

Winter is the season for Indigenous art in Ottawa

| January 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

Indigenous art from around the world once again takes centre stage at the National Gallery of Canada, and what a

Time for comfort food and celebration

Time for comfort food and celebration

| January 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

With the arrival of the New Year, we look forward to going back to favourite comfort food recipes, and to

Ebola: “A true monster”

Ebola: “A true monster”

| January 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

Crisis in the Red Zone: The Story of the Deadliest Ebola Outbreak in History, and of the Outbreaks to Come

The Philippines’ tourism boom

The Philippines’ tourism boom

| January 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

A tropical wind breezes by as a Filipino banca boat cuts through the turquoise waters of Bacuit Bay, throwing sprays

Africa’s healthier than ever

Africa’s healthier than ever

| January 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

Africa’s current one billion or so residents are healthier than they have ever been, thanks to medical science, special attention

How China’s Belt and Road project affects global security

How China’s Belt and Road project affects global security

| January 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

China’s Belt and Road Initiative has several purposes for the emerging superpower: To increase its access to global trade, international

CANZUK anyone?

CANZUK anyone?

| January 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

Today’s pundits and scholars no longer speak of “liberal international order,” but rather of an increasingly fragmented world, built around

Africa inks its own trade deal

Africa inks its own trade deal

There is a second rush to Africa. This time, it is not the imperial rush that led to the partition

Where  the world trades

Where the world trades

| January 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

Trade agreements have been a foreign policy goal for Canada and many other nations worldwide. Laura Neilson Bonikowsky looks at