It's a busy week. MPs are back in Ottawa for the usual end-of-term law-passing flurry, Prime Minister Stephen Harper hosts global health leaders in Toronto for a maternal and child health meeting, and defence businesses set up shop at an Ottawa trade show.
UN Photo: Mark Garten
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, right, at the opening of the Shanghai Municipal Centre for Maternal and Child Health on May 22 in China. He is set to jet to Canada for a summit on the topic, which starts May 28.
Alia Kellock Heward Published: Monday, 05/26/2014 8:25 pm EDT Last Updated: Monday, 05/26/2014 8:46 pm EDT
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