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Scott Vrooman | The foreign affairs minister has asked bureaucrats to provide him with three terrorism-related statements per week. Here are five, on the house.
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Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird meets with Iyad Ameen Madani, Secretary Gene
Yves Engler | Conservatives' fawning over one of the world's most repressive regimes disgraces Canadians and makes life more difficult for those in the region seeking peace and democracy.
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Stephen Kimber | Instead of adding our inevitably inconsequential military might to an unwinnable conflict, Canada could make a real contribution in more constructive, non-militaristic ways.
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Chris Alexander
David J. Climenhaga | When the media's not around, nobody can match Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservatives for immature and angry rhetoric.
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Minsk II Protagonists
David J. Climenhaga | If Canada is going to behave like a member of the community of nations we need to walk the walk, and not just talk the talk. And the direction we need to walk right now is away.
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Stephen Hornblower, er, Harper
David J. Climenhaga | It is ironic that the same government that poured dollars into Prime Minister Stephen Harper's pet science project actively pursues a policy of science denial and science suppression.
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Lindsey Pinto | Check it out as Lindsey talks about the not-quite-dead online spying bill, and about how Canada's cell phone service may be about to get just a little less horrible.
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Michael Laxer | The problem is not that anyone debates that child poverty is wrong. The problem is simply that there is no political will to do anything about it.