TV personality David Suzuki swooped through town last week on his crusade against the Multilateral Agreement on Investment, the stalled treaty that clarifies trading rules between nations.
The millennium bug is coming. And some folks are getting nervous.
Two recent developments in the telephone industry will benefit consumers.
It sounds like heresy to say so, but maybe the consolidation of the five boroughs into the City of New York, whose 100th anniversary we celebrate this month, wasn’t such a good idea.
The major provisions of the Multilateral Agreement of Investment need no defence. They are simply common sense rules of fairness.
The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission, has carved out a contentious niche for itself as the protector of Canadian culture. It is now turning its attention to the Internet. An attempt to impose such controls on the Internet has a zero chance of success.
Passenger train service in Canada, delivered almost exclusively by Via Rail, has reached a “crossroads”, declared a newspaper headline early in September.