Aid agency has a long to-do list

As Parliament resumes sitting in Ottawa, it is hoped that the Conservative government has been giving some thought to its international development co-operation agenda for the coming months. There is no shortage of actions to be taken.

Hunter McGill
Published: Wednesday, 01/25/2012 12:00 am EST

As Parliament resumes sitting in Ottawa, it is hoped that the Conservative government has been giving some thought to its international development co-operation agenda for the coming months. There is no shortage of actions to be taken.

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