Canada Honduras

How to Stop "Illegal" Immigrants from Central America

Fred McMahon | Posted 08.05.2014 | Canada Politics
Fred McMahon

The real solution to the flood of illegal immigrants from Central America is not higher walls or more guns to combat gangs, but to follow the path of Chile. Increased economic freedom, open to all not just the elites, would give youth an alternative to gangs and create the prosperity, opportunity, and calm that will keep people at home.

The Evils of Corporate Globalism

Mark Taliano | Posted 03.10.2014 | Canada Business
Mark Taliano

Canada's corporate extension into Honduras is emblematic of this neocolonial pillage of public resources that impoverishes the majority as it enriches oligarchs and foreign investors. Corporate globalism has everything to do with profit and exploitation, and nothing to do with fair trade, human rights or labour rights.

Governments Inciting Public Hatred To Further Corporate Conquests is Nothing New

Mark Taliano | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada Politics
Mark Taliano

If the goal is mid-east hegemony, for example, manufactured hatred for Muslims (Islamophobia) becomes a necessary first step. The 9/11 terror attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon created a huge shock on the mental landscapes of the U.S and the world. This shock created a collective numbness, and a window first for Islamophobia and then for military action.

Monkey La-Las And Lazing About In Roatan

Heather Magee | Posted 06.17.2013 | Canada British Columbia
Heather Magee

The ride across the island to West Bay was like a scene out of "Romancing The Stone". We were surrounded by thick, lush jungle-esque vegetation with no other car in sight. Unlike Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner, our road did not wash away and we were not chased by armed Colombians, or Hondurans, either. By the time we arrived at our charming bungalow near the beach, the sun had come out and stayed that way for the next ten days.

Hey Rosetta! Visits Honduras with Seeds of Survival

Tim Baker | Posted 11.11.2012 | Canada Music
Tim Baker

The release of Hey Rosetta's Juno nominated album Seeds triggered a connection between lead singer Tim Baker and USC Canada's global Seeds of Survival program. Taking a "break" from the band's busy touring schedule, Tim recently travelled with USC into the mountains of Honduras to see the seeds and the food sovereignty work being done down there. Here's what he wrote about it.

Harper To Talk Human Rights In Honduras

CP | Posted 10.11.2011 | Canada

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica - Prime Minister Stephen Harper's trip to Honduras on Friday will be the first state visit by a foreign leader since the country ...