British Columbia's 'private-public partnerships' have been touted as a model for the US to revamp its infrastructure.
A meeting to judge progress on racism is likely to be captive to Israeli-Palestinian and Islamic defamation issues.
Six case studies – from Vancouver’s otters to Congo’s gorillas
Despite worries that the agenda would be hijacked by a debate about America's Cuba policy, the Summit of the Americas finished with a feeling of goodwill.
Readers write about freedom of religious speech, why the US should end the Cuba embargo, Somali piracy, using the Web for news, and why the US can learn from Canadian schools.
The government stripped Norway of its peace-broker role after Tamil protesters attacked the Sri Lankan embassy in Oslo.
Their legendary caution and thriftiness has helped the country avoid bank failures and a housing crash. Take that, America.
Disarmed by US forces in 2003, the 3,400 People’s Mujahideen members at Camp Ashraf have been asked to leave by the Iraqi government.