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OTTAWA – Canada faces its worst job crisis in a generation and the federal government needs to step forward with a solution in this week’s budget, says the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA). (Full Story)
VANCOUVER – Prime Minister Stephen Harper today congratulated the Canadian women’s hockey team, whose exceptional performance today was rewarded with a gold medal at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

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Fifty-four members of the US House of Representatives have signed a letter sent to US President Barak Obama urging him “to use diplomatic pressure to resolve the blockade affecting Gaza.” (Full Story)
Advocacy for Ethiopia hosts Conference on Good Governance, Peace, Security, and Sustainable Development in the Horn of Africa in Washington DC, from April 9 – 11, 2010.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Genocide Intervention Network announced that Nashville local Claude Gatebuke has been named a Carl Wilkens Fellow. (Full Story)
Researchers from the Douglas Mental Health University Institute in Montreal have found that young gay and lesbian suicide victims are twelve times more likely to suffer from anxiety disorders and more likely to consult mental health professionals than heterosexual youths.
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MONTREAL — Canada's Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, today rallied the international community to a strategic and coordinated effort to rebuild Haiti. The Prime Minister’s call came during an address to delegates of the Ministerial Preparatory Conference on Haiti.
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Ottawa — Canada will expedite immigration applications from Haitians with family in this country, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced today. Haitians in Canada temporarily will also be allowed to extend their stay.
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Like me, Haitian communities across Canada are heartbroken and overwhelmed by the magnitude of this catastrophe. The images and news reports are unbearable to watch. So much distress, suffering and loss. We are also, of course, imagining the worst, situations no image can capture that only increase our feeling of helplessness.
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OTTAWA—We have once again been hit with devastating news and cannot imagine a worse ending to the year, said Michaëlle Jean, Canada's Governor General, in a statement released on Dec. 30. 2009. Four of our Canadian soldiers and Michelle Lang, a journalist with the Calgary Herald, were killed when their armoured vehicle hit an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan. (Full Story)
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