Posts Tagged ‘Yemen’

The Canada Pension Plan is making a killing on war production..

April 18, 2020

The Ottawa-based Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade (COAT) has noted that the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) had $9 million invested in BAE Systems in 2015 and $33 million in 2017/18. With respect to the $9 million figure, World Beyond War has noted, “this is an investment in the UK BAE, none in the US subsidiary.”

These figures also indicate that CPPIB investments in BAE increased after Saudi Arabia began its airstrikes against Yemen in March 2015.

https://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/brent-patterson/2020/04/canada-pension-plan-making-killing-war-production

Canada on track for record arms sales to Saudi Arabia..

December 18, 2018

Statistics Canada latest trade data releases show that Canada is heading toward a record year in rifle and ammunition exports to Saudi Arabia, despite the kingdom’s continued war in Yemen.

http://rabble.ca/news/2018/12/canada-track-record-arms-sale-saudi-arabia

Canada’s Liberal Government is Enabling Saudi Arabia War Crimes in Yemen

November 17, 2018

One has to admire the Canadian government’s manipulation of the media regarding its relationship with Saudi Arabia. Despite being partners with the Kingdom’s international crimes, the Liberals have managed to convince some gullible folks they are challenging Riyadh’s rights abuses.

https://dissidentvoice.org/2018/11/canadas-liberal-government-is-enabling-saudi-arabia-war-crimes-in-yemen/

Yemen’s War: A Test for Canada, and We’re Flunking

August 18, 2016

On its website about our embassy in Saudi Arabia, the Canadian governmentsays, with a straight face: “Canada and Saudi Arabia share common interests on many peace and security issues, including energy security, humanitarian affairs (including refugees) and counter-terrorism. The Saudi government plays an important role in promoting regional peace and stability.”

As for Yemen, Canadians are warned: “Global Affairs Canada advises against all travel to Yemen.” The reasons why “the security situation has deteriorated significantly” go unexplained.

http://thetyee.ca/Opinion/2016/08/17/War-In-Yemen/