‘Battle lines are being drawn’ in Francophonie leadership race

Michaëlle Jean courts African votes at Ottawa Francophonie parliamentary summit.

Aid priorities shift unsurprising, say observers

Minister drops Pakistan, Sudan, Bolivia; adds trade interests like Mongolia, Myanmar.

Expanded aid priority-country list overlaps trade interests

Conservatives drop Pakistan, Sudan, Bolivia from aid priorities; add eight others including Mongolia, Myanmar.

New faces, new races in savvy survey

US maintains top spot in connection categories.

How Canada can help Afghanistan through its difficult next decade

Security, economic concerns await the country’s new leader, says Canadian analyst in Kabul.

UN agency chief suggests refugee system fixes

Treading a careful line, António Guterres says system is sound, but proposes admissibility, appeals changes.

Paul Martin: The G20 needs more Canada

NGOs welcome Paradis effort to fix bad blood

Minister attends umbrella group’s annual meeting, announces three new funding competitions.

Ghosts of abortion debate haunt maternal, child health summit

Sexual and reproductive health needs more attention, say some development workers.

Anxious for study-abroad funding? ‘One step at a time,’ says minister

‘We’re still relying on students themselves’ to fund much of their education: Fast.

  

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