Canada's support for Haiti runs out this summer. Everyone who cares about the struggling democracy is looking for the cue that the Harper government will, as it promises, stick with the hemisphere's poorest country "for the long run."
The test of Canada's devotion to the long-suffering population of Haiti -- a focal point of its current foreign policy -- begins this year as the international community reappraises the level of foreign aid needed to restore the fragile democracy.
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