Fidel Castro

Following the ashes of Fidel Castro

In the Hero City of the Revolution, on the day of the dictator Castro’s funeral, Allen Abel finds Cubans yearning for freedom, but tied to the past

The Justin Trudeau honeymoon is over

Editorial: Justin Trudeau was booed at the Grey Cup game. He should get used to it.

Trudeau’s turn from cool to laughing stock

Terry Glavin on how Justin Trudeau’s lament for the dictator Fidel Castro confirmed every lampoon of the prime minister’s foreign-policy vacuity

Justin Trudeau’s trouble with rose-tinted diplomacy

Trudeau’s sunny statement on Castro’s death was an egregious white-washing of the dictator’s record

In U.S., Cubans reflect on the past—and consider the future

‘It’s not a day for celebration, because Fidel still got a brother there’

On Castro’s death, a look at Fidel and Pierre—and Justin

Author Robert Wright, who explored the Trudeau-Castro bond, explains it in the context of our present day

#Trudeaueulogies trends after controversial Castro statement

Justin Trudeau issued a statement on Fidel Castro, and everyone hated it

In photos: Castro with Canadians

Canada’s relationship with Fidel Castro was sometimes controversial, but lasted through decades

Cuba’s evolution: Bringing change, liberty and WiFi

Allen Abel tours the Communist island to learn what Cubans hope the President’s arrival will bring

Looking at John F. Kennedy with fresh eyes

Colby Cosh on the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination

Newsmakers of the week

Danielle Smith’s offal tweet, Fidel Castro reappears (it seems), and Roberto Luongo a Leaf?

Cuba risky business

Foreign business in Cuba: Beware the dangerous embrace

Havana is at the same time attracting and terrifying entrepreneurs