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Canada in Libya Apr 18
Canada is proud to support operation in
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CanadianPM 20h
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s statement on :
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MISSION CANADA 21h
Stamping and recount of received ballots by PEC #181346 in ahead of the second round of in
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MISSION CANADA Apr 19
Short-term observers arrived to to observe the second round of in
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MISSION CANADA Apr 19
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CanadianPM 23h
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces that the Prime Minister of Japan, , will visit Canada from April 27 to 28:
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Foreign Policy CAN Apr 18
In preparation for the this Sunday, STOs are back on the ground to support the holding of free & fair elections.
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travel.gc.ca Apr 18
A 6.1 magnitude earthquake struck . The most affected areas are Hualien County, Nantou County, Yilan County, Taichung city, and New Taipei city. Follow the advice of local authorities.
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MISSION CANADA Apr 17
110 Short-term observers receive briefing before their deployment to all oblasts of to observe the second round of the
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Foreign Policy CAN Apr 17
With the second round of the presidential elections around the corner, Canadian observers receive training to help support in Ukraine.
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travel.gc.ca Apr 17
Updated – Measles in Europe
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travel.gc.ca Apr 17
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travel.gc.ca Apr 17
New – Cyclone Idai in southern Africa
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Canada Mission UN Apr 17
, there is nothing we can't achieve. talks about Canada's capacity and willingness to bring the world together to find bold and transformative solutions to the global issues we face today.
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travel.gc.ca Apr 17
: There is currently a fuel delivery strike. Many gas stations throughout the country are without gas supply. Monitor local media for information on the evolving situation.
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Canada in Libya Apr 17
Embassy of to Libya condemns the shelling of urban areas overnight in . We call on parties to work with the toward a ceasefire to allow civilians wanting to leave conflict areas to do it safely & allow safe access for medical & humanitarian personnel.
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travel.gc.ca Apr 16
: a few violent incidents have occurred at or near the International Airport. Tourists are not usually targeted but violent confrontations between rival organized criminal gangs can occur.
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The Global Coalition Apr 16
Canada is contributing towards local infrastructure, small business grants, and conflict prevention in communities that have been liberated from . Read more about what Canada is doing:
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The Global Coalition Apr 15
. supports the participation of women in peace & security, and that’s why it is contributing $2 million to assist to train more female officers to respond to threats. Learn more about Canada’s work:
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Foreign Policy CAN Apr 16
Minister Freeland and discussed joint efforts to address the crisis and reaffirmed the key role of the in seeking a peaceful outcome to the crisis.
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