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  • Dec 27 / 2014
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North America

Canada’s jets, surveillance planes to be based in Kuwait for combat mission

  Canada’s jets, surveillance planes to be based in Kuwait for combat mission Murray Brewster BY MURRAY BREWSTER CP 829 words 9 October 2014 05:47 PM The Canadian Press CPR English (c) 2014 The Canadian Press. All rights reserved.   OTTAWA _ Canadian fighter jets and surveillance planes headed for battle with Middle East militants [...]

  • Dec 26 / 2014
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North America

Trudeau bungles military controversy -

  Columns Trudeau bungles military controversy - Mia Rabson By Mia Rabson 827 words 10 October 2014 Winnipeg Free Press WFP A11 English All material copyright Winnipeg Free Press, a division of FP Canadian Newspapers Limited Partnership. All rights reserved.   OTTAWA — It may not be his wetsuit moment as a politician, but when Liberal [...]

  • Dec 26 / 2014
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North America

Full Pundit: To form a more perfect attack ad

  Full Comment Full Pundit: To form a more perfect attack ad Chris Selley Chris Selley 1159 words 10 October 2014 Postmedia Breaking News CWNS English Copyright © 2014 Canwest News Service   A more perfect attack ad The Conservatives’ latest “Trojan horse” budget bill tomfoolery involves making it legal for political parties to use [...]

  • Oct 14 / 2014
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North America

Liberals betraying themselves; Originators of R2P now don’t want to honour it

One decade ago, many Canadian liberals could only watch – aghast, livid and limp – while a humanitarian principle that they’d created was mutilated beyond recognition and manipulated with fatal cynicism in Iraq. Last week, Canadian Liberals actively betrayed the same principle in the same country, refusing to mobilize it for the type of atrocity [...]

  • Oct 09 / 2014
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Harper a politisé la mission militaire en Irak, accuse un ex-ministre libéral

Harper a politisé la mission militaire en Irak, accuse un ex-ministre libéral CP 263 words 9 October 2014 03:13 PM La Presse Canadienne – Le fil radio NTR French (c) 2014 The Canadian Press. All rights reserved.   OTTAWA _ Un ancien ministre libéral fédéral affirme que son parti et le Nouveau Parti démocratique n’ont eu [...]

  • Mar 27 / 2013
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Europe

Canada’s foreign aid fiasco

Canada’s foreign aid fiasco 1023 words 27 March 2013 08:41 Deutsche Welle DEUEN English (c) 2013. Deutsche Welle. Canada has recently come under fire over its foreign aid policy. Now the prestigious Canadian International Development Agency has been swallowed up and rebranded – a worrying move, writes Jeremy Kinsman. Iconic international brands can die hard. Remember Pan Am, [...]

  • Mar 21 / 2013
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A foreign policy that works for Canada

EDITORIAL A foreign policy that works for Canada Matthew Bondy Matthew Bondy 835 words 21 March 2013 Waterloo Region Record TKWR First A9 English Copyright (c) 2013 Kitchener-Waterloo Record.   As Stephen Harper approaches the midway point of his Conservative government’s majority mandate and celebrates seven years as prime minister, it’s an opportune moment for [...]

  • Feb 03 / 2013
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Minister MacKay Participates in the Munich Security Conference

  Minister MacKay Participates in the Munich Security Conference NoticiasFinancieras 424 words 3 February 2013 NoticiasFinancieras NFINCE English Copyright 2013 NoticiasFinancieras. All Rights Reserved.   OTTAWA, ONTARIO–(Marketwire – Feb. 3, 2013) – The Honourable Peter MacKay, Minister of National Defence, today concluded his participation in the 49th Munich Security Conference, which took place from February [...]

  • Jan 16 / 2013
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Right to help, better to consult

MALI / C-17 AIRCRAFT Editorial Right to help, better to consult 419 words 16 January 2013 The Globe and Mail GLOB A14 English ©2013 The Globe and Mail Inc. All Rights Reserved.   The federal government could have done a better job in preparing the country for news of Canada’s involvement in Mali. However, it [...]

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