It is time to reverse the slide away from Africa. The Global Networks Strategy will extend the hand of partnership to those most in need. That means focusing first where extreme poverty - not short-term political opportunity – exists...
Canada is an Arctic nation, and should be playing a leadership role, with all Arctic people and all Arctic countries, to safeguard the well-being of Arctic residents, stewardship of the sensitive Northern environment, its cultures, its economic development and security...
Canada’s geographic, economic and cultural advantages in a North American market of nearly 500 million people is one of our major strategic assets. Over $1.5 billion worth of goods and services cross the Canada-US border daily in the largest commercial relationship between any two countries in the world...
Canada must act boldly to seize its opportunities with the major emerging economies that are shaping the future...
There are two fundamental objectives for Canada in the world: 1) Secure Canada’s prosperity for the long term by creating the jobs of tomorrow, engaging with the world confidently and creatively today; and 2) Make the world a safer and more secure place, by contributing to rising living standards for all, environmental responsibility and respect for human rights...
What happens in the world matters to Canada more than ever before. In the 21st century, decisions and events across the planet have direct impacts on our communities, our stores, factories, schools, and our governments...
Public Disclosure of Individual Member's Expenses for April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2010
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Democracy at a Crossroads: the Misuse of Power. Click here to read more about prorogation: the scandal that won't go away in .pdf format.
Where is Canada going? Financial Management and Political Goals. Click the link above to read more in .pdf format.
How Governments Should Work: outlining the effects and recent history of prorogation. Click the link above to read more in .pdf format.
Federal Budget 2010: Freezes, Cuts and Gimmicks. Click the link above to read more in .pdf format.
If You Don't Like the Message, Shoot the Messenger: Columnists Across Canada Support Colvin Testimony. Click the link above to read more about the Conservative spin on the Afghan detainee issue in .pdf format.
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