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Ottawa calls on Mubarak to avoid violence

Protesters’ concerns must be addressed, Foreign Affairs says

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Canada set to extradite, freeze assets of Ben Ali

Legal options being explored to brother-in-law of ousted Tunisian president, says foreign affairs

Canada moves to extradite, freeze assets of exiled Tunisian billionaire

Ottawa explores its options to expel Belhassen Trabelsi, brother-in-law of ousted Tunisian

Peter MacKay, humility and a geographic gaffe

Defence Minister cracks a joke about his B.C.-California border slip

U.S. defence chief backs Ottawa’s jet plan

With Peter MacKay by his side, Robert Gates makes pitch for Canada to proceed with costly purchase 65 next-generation stealth

U.S. calls on Canada to stick with F-35

In a visit to Ottawa, Defence Secretary Robert Gates urges ‘all of our partners’ to move ahead with purchase of controversial

Is new Lebanon government a little Hezbollah – or a lot?

How much of a banned terrorist organization is too much? That is, effectively, the question the Canadian government has posed about

Harper follows up on a favourite cause, maternal health

The Prime Minister heads to Geneva to make sure countries keep their promises on maternal and child

Harper follows up on a favourite cause

The Prime Minister heads to Geneva to make sure countries keep their promises on maternal and child

Harper follows up on a favoured cause: maternal health

The Prime Minister heads to Geneva to make sure countries keep their promises on maternal and child

Tories go on offensive to defend corporate tax cuts

Harper government to launch cross-country

Tories go on offensive to defend corporate tax cuts

Harper government to launch cross-country

Governor-General honours veteran of the war on war

Project Ploughsares founder Ernie Regehr has stuck with the movement amid all its flickering

Project Ploughshares co-founder gets Pearson Peace Medal

Governor-General to present award to Ernie Regehr who has stuck with the movement amid all its flickering

Thai police make arrest in Sun Sea case

Alleged human smuggler is linked to ship that brought 492 Tamil migrants to

Belgian firm stymied in takeover denies plan to sell uranium to Iran

Ottawa intervened to delay 2009 Forsys Metals deal after U.S. raised alarm over GFI’s

Will Canada play energy card in world dominated by U.S.-China?

With both superpowers obsessed with energy security, Canada has a chance to expand its

Will Canada play energy card in a U.S.-China world?

With both superpowers obsessed with energy security, Canada has a chance to expand its

Harper dismisses radical moves on abortion, gun-control laws

Prime Minister says he thinks Canadians are comfortable with his government, even if they disagree with

Nuclear worries behind failed Forsys deal: WikiLeaks

Industry Canada intervened in 2009 takeover because of U.S. suspicions Belgian buyers planned to sell uranium to

Tory Afghan plan will bolster Taliban ranks, Jack Layton says

NDP Leader skewers training mission that will put large army in Karzai’s

Taliban will have Canadian troops as their teachers, Layton says

NDP Leader calls for a complete Western military withdrawal from

Complaint about anti-gay slur prompted ban on Dire Straits song

Broadcast standards council backs complaint against 25-year-old Dire Straits hit Money for

Complaint about anti-gay slur prompts ban on Dire Straits hit

Broadcast standards council backs complaint against 25-year-old tune Money for

A year later, Haiti remains a ruined land

Disputes over land ownership and a simple failure to clear away the rubble means reconstruction has barely

Land disputes and rubble have stalled the job of rebuilding Haiti

Disputes over land ownership and a simple failure to clear away the rubble means reconstruction has barely

Canada unveils another $93-million for Haiti quake reconstruction

Additional funds target children’s health, education and agriculture as complaints mount about pace of aid a year after devastating

Politics at home will spell year of low-risk foreign policy

2011 will be about trying to consolidate old ties rather than taking risks to make new

Canada urges UN sanctions against Gbagbo regime

Hopes sanctions cut away the domestic support Gbagbo needs to stay in

Canada urges UN sanctions against Ivory Coast's Gbagbo regime

Hopes sanctions cut away the domestic support Gbagbo needs to stay in

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