After Canadian officials announced they wanted to withdraw from the United Nation convention that is fighting against the spread of droughts, some officials believe Prime Minister Stephen Harper will regret his decision down the line. According to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Harper said he chose to drop out of the program because it was "too bureaucratic."
Although this decision might not be viewed as the strongest on a global platform, Harper said he is not changing his mind. If anyone has documentation they would like to always keep on hand but can't find the space, renting a Toronto document space would be a good idea.
The United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification officials said they were upset with the decision, according to the Globe and Mail.
"Canada, a country that is frequently subjected to drought and where 60 percent of the cropland is in dry areas, is also a major actor in global efforts to address food security in developing countries," the organization said.
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