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Canadian police want access to Internet exchanges -- including text messages
Canada last of the G8 countries to modernize access legislation, police chiefs argue.
Aug 24th, 2011
Holding G8 summit in cottage country offered "ideal conditions" to shoot world leader: RCMP
Choosing rural site proved highly problematic for security, says internal police review.
Jul 3rd, 2011
Netanyahu appeals for Harper to go to bat for Israel at G8: reports say
JERUSALEM -- Israel's prime minister asked Prime Minister Stephen Harper to prevent G8 leaders from expressing support for a Palestinian state based on 1967 borders, an Israeli newspaper reported...
The Canadian Press
May 28th, 2011
Harper wants MPs to agree to an extended military mission in Libya
DEAUVILLE, France -- The G8 leaders agree that more must be done to oust Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi and Prime Minister Stephen Harper will ask Parliament next month to extend the Canadian...
The Canadian Press
May 27th, 2011
Why the world needs the G8/G20
Leaders, and by extension, their people, need these international summits in short because there is still no technological alternative to a face-to-face encounter.
Jun 27th, 2010
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...
Jun 26th, 2010
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...
Jun 23rd, 2010
Harper disfigures Canada’s political face with abortion position
Contraception not a part of G8 maternal health program—say—the Conservatives. An astonishingly backward notion, indeed, but this is Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s starting-off point going in to the G
Jun 2nd, 2010