Earthquake Haiti

Israel and Haiti: More Than Their Politics

Martine St Victor | Posted 09.15.2012 | Canada Travel
Martine St Victor

When I tell people how much I love to vacation in Haiti, many look at me like I'm a crackhead. It's not unlike the reaction I got when my producing partner and I decided to produce a whole TV series on Israel. For too long, people have tried to oversimplify the complexities of both Haitian and Israeli politics. I'm not equipped to fully assess these complexities but I know this for sure: people are not their governments.

Haiti: Now Open to Foreign Investors

Michel Martelly | Posted 04.16.2012 | Canada
Michel Martelly

I am absolutely convinced that potential investors will not be disappointed when investing in Haiti. The corruption of yesterday, which was known to harm both local and foreign investors, is today no longer tolerated. We lead a zero tolerance policy when it comes to corruption.

First the Quake -- Now Haitian Women Fear Rape

Nikki Reisch | Posted 02.08.2012 | Canada
Nikki Reisch

Our survey data confirmed what has long been reflected in humanitarian guidelines, but tragically seems to have been forgotten in post-earthquake Haiti: that people who do not have adequate food, water, and sanitation are at greater risk of rape and other forms of sexual assault.

Haiti: The Forgotten Families

Craig and Marc Kielburger | Posted 03.17.2012 | Canada
Craig and Marc Kielburger

On the earthquake's second anniversary, the media did their minimum due diligence. They did not report on the hundreds of thousands of Haitians like the Metellus family who remain scattered across Haiti's rural landscape -- the forgotten displaced people.

Haitians Still Waiting For Housing Two Years After Quake

CBC | Posted 03.11.2012 | Canada Politics

When Roger Annis visited Haiti last June, he was devastated by what he saw — but not surprised. The temporary relief shelters erected af...