Local military efforts a higher priority to Canadians than overseas missions: Pollster

Majority of Canadians surveyed said natural disasters, search and rescue, sovereignty patrols should be top military priorities.

Government computers subject to 'millions' of 'probing attempts' daily: Fantino

Junior defence minister calls out “foreign countries or companies” as well as “criminal organizations,” “activists with political or social agendas” and “terrorists” as possible cyber threats.

Canada-Vietnam series: The wounds of war

Canada has had success with postwar development in Vietnam, but human rights issues remain an 'active' concern.

Back to Parliament: Calendar of events

No dates yet for this year's budget, election, or two important head-of-state meetings. But carry on.

Canada-Vietnam series: ‘Anyone with money will send their children abroad to study’

Canada’s leading export to Vietnam is education, says the Canadian Embassy, but you’ve got to pay to play.

Canada-Vietnam series: Hydro’s power

A Canadian non-profit and the Canadian-supported Asian Development Bank helped soften the blow of villagers in Vietnam who were forcefully relocated to make way for a dam.

Canada-Vietnam series: The tiger's tangled web

Systemic issues like bribery and complex state-owned enterprise holdings are limiting growth in Vietnam, and Canada is trying to change that.

Baird ordered foreign aid cut be labelled ‘surplus’

Foreign minister's office blames diplomats for making bad calls; opposition calls move a ‘parlour trick.’

Canada’s courtship of Vietnam masks a polarized diaspora

One side wants Ottawa's focus on anti-communism, while the other says there’s a generational divide in attitudes towards Hanoi.

Canada and Vietnam: Peeling back the layers

On paper, we couldn’t be more different. The reality is much more complex. Part one of a six-part series.


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November 26, 2014