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  • May 11 / 2005
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Youth finds its voice on Darfur

Editorial Youth finds its voice on Darfur Carol Goar 768 words 11 May 2005 The Toronto Star TOR ONT A22 English Copyright (c) 2005 The Toronto Star   Look for green wristbands if you need a dose of hope in this season of political mudslinging and public cynicism. Thousands of students are wearing them. They [...]

  • Apr 27 / 2005
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Liberals’ self-defence policy

Focus Liberals’ self-defence policy None 788 words 27 April 2005 Winnipeg Free Press WFP a14 English All material copyright Winnipeg Free Press, a division of FP Canadian Newspapers Limited Partnership. All rights reserved.   Gerald Flood There is a curious line in the new Liberal government foreign policy paper — Canada’s International Policy Statement. You [...]

  • Mar 28 / 2005
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Romeo Dallaire is appointed to the Senate

Romeo Dallaire is appointed to the Senate 789 words 28 March 2005 Canada AM CNAM English © Copyright 2005 CTV Television Inc. All Rights Reserved.   Host(s): Seamus O’Regan Guest(s): Gen. Romeo Dallaire, Newly Appointed Senator O’REGAN: The man seen here is of course a very familiar face, he is there amongst soldiers in Rwanda, [...]

  • Jan 26 / 2005
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Why the PM should have stayed home

  Comment Column Why the PM should have stayed home MARCUS GEE 753 words 26 January 2005 The Globe and Mail GLOB A17 English All material copyright Bell Globemedia Publishing Inc. or its licensors. All rights reserved.   It was a cranky, jet-lagged press corps that greeted Prime Minister Paul Martin on the last day [...]

  • Dec 28 / 2004
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A friend of the downtrodden? Canada says it has a responsibility to protect victims of civil war and violence. That may be a hollow promise…

  Comment A friend of the downtrodden? Canada says it has a responsibility to protect victims of civil war and violence. That may be a hollow promise, say foreign-affairs analysts KEN FRANKEL and DAVID WIPPMAN KEN FRANKEL and DAVID WIPPMAN 848 words 28 December 2004 The Globe and Mail GLOB A17 English All material copyright [...]

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