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The Stephen Harper Report

Prime Minister Stephen Harper gives statement on North Korea

Prime Minister Stephen Harper today strongly condemned the artillery attack by North Korea on the South Korean island of Yeonpyeong which resulted in the deaths of two South Korean marines....

Wave of political repression hits Toronto - youth, women, journalists targeted

Wave of Political Repression and Violence sweeps Toronto in Wake of G20 Summit Female journalist threatened with sexual assault, young women assaulted

Prime Minister Harper and Queen Elizabeth celebrate Canada in Ottawa

Ottawa Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Laureen Harper and their childre, Rachel and Ben, will attend the Canada Day noon show on Parliament Hill. They will be joined by Her Majesty The Queen; His...

G8 meets over "greatest economic crisis in generations"

We, the Leaders of the Group of Eight, met in Muskoka on June 25-26, 2010.  Our annual summit takes place as the world begins a fragile recovery from the greatest economic crisis in...

Harper greets President Obama and UK Prime Minister David Cameron at G8 Summit in Toronto

Prime Minister Stephen Harper chats with Barack Obama, President of the United States, at the G-8 Summit

Prime Minister Stephen Harper talks with Bill Gates

   Prime Minister Harper and Mr. Gates spoke about the Canadian government's flagship maternal, newborn and child health initiative. Prime Minister Harper thanked Mr. Gates for his...

Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks with other world leaders

OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper spoke today with the leaders of Indonesia, India, Germany and Italy to discuss the upcoming G-8 and G-20 Summits.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper announces participation of key leaders at the Muskoka G-8 Summit

Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced today that the Government of Canada has extended invitations to Algeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Malawi, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, as well as to Colombia,...

Canada to adopt UNSC Resolution 1929

Prime Minister Stephen Harper issued the following statement today welcoming the adoption of United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Resolution 1929 imposing additional sanctions against...

Prime Minister Stephen Harper nominates Suzanne Legault as next Information Commissioner

Prime Minister Stephen Harper nominates Suzanne Legault as next Information Commissioner
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