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CanadianPM 2h
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s statement on :
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GGJuliePayette 17h
Diplomats from around the world are gathered at Rideau Hall. 🇨🇦 An opportunity to showcase Canada's commitment to international collaboration.
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Canada supports Malaysia Airlines Flight investigation.
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Statement to mark International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict
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Canada is pleased to ratify accession to . As we celebrate 70 years of , we look forward to welcoming 🇲🇰 as the Alliance’s 30th member in the near future.
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Canada supports parliamentary elections through election observer mission under the direction of Lloyd Axworthy.
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travel.gc.ca 24h
: demonstrations are expected to take place on June 21 in . Avoid large gatherings, follow the instructions of local authorities and monitor local media for information on ongoing demonstrations.
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Canada in Latvia Jun 19
Congratulations Battle Group Latvia on this auspicious occasion!
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travel.gc.ca Jun 18
: there will be a general strike throughout the country on June 20. Demonstrations will likely take place and roadblocks may be erected. Contact your airline to determine if the situation could affect your travel plans.
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travel.gc.ca Jun 18
: local elections are due to take place on June 30. Remain cautious and avoid any demonstrations during the campaign period. Follow the instructions of local authorities and monitor local media.
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CanadianPM Jun 18
“Canadians mourn today with the family and loved ones of the Canadian soldier killed in a training exercise in Bulgaria yesterday. Bombardier Patrick Labrie’s brave service to our country will not be forgotten.”—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
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travel.gc.ca Jun 17
: Canadian passport holders entering the country for tourism, transit or business no longer need a visa for stays of up to 90 days.
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travel.gc.ca Jun 17
: if you are planning to stay for more than 365 days, you must obtain a visa before entering the country. If you overstay your visa, you may be fined.
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Foreign Policy CAN Jun 17
Canada launches updated guidelines to support defenders around the world.
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Foreign Policy CAN Jun 17
WATCH NOW! Minister Freeland & discuss the Global Fight for with
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Foreign Policy CAN Jun 16
On June 17 at 1:30PM EST, join us for the livestream of a conversation on the Global Fight for between High Commissioner and Minister Chrystia Freeland, moderated by of .
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Foreign Policy CAN Jun 15
Canada welcomes the peaceful transfer of power to 's new coalition government, reflecting the democratic will of the Moldovan people and the . We look forward to working with Moldova's new PM, Maia Sandu, and her entire cabinet.
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NationalDefence Jun 14
Canada is a committed partner in peacekeeping missions in and we commend the 's commitment to global peace and security.
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NationalDefence Jun 14
We look forward to continued collaboration to advance the on and the .
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travel.gc.ca Jun 15
: avoid ongoing demonstrations in areas of , Park, Park and the Central Government Complex. Clashes between security forces and demonstrators have resulted in injuries.
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