Saturday, June 22, 2024
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is pledging that a future government would cut what he calls "wasteful foreign aid" and would not allow funding to go to "dictators, terrorists and multinational bureaucracies."
Poilievre accuses Trudeau of sending money to 'foreign terrorists and dictators, calling it aid'
Joly standing by previous statement that neither rejects nor supports South Africa's allegations
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is blaming Prime Minister Justin Trudeau fora diplomatic chill with India, saying Ottawa needs a "professional relationship" with the government of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Jewish groups have said a serious funding review is needed after Hamas's attacks in Israel
The Liberal government is not providing a timeline for a new registry that would require foreign agents to disclose their activities in Canada as the House of Commons returns from its summer hiatus.
Conservative MP Michael Chong is going to D.C. after months of making headlines for being the target of foreign interference by China. Chong has been invited to testify before the United States Congress on the subject in...
Tory critic says targeting of Conservative MP Michael Chong means PROC should get back to work
Secret NSICOP "Draft Final Report" concluded Ottawa values trade over security
A group of Canadian conservatives said the country should develop better foreign policy to allow it to stand strong against dictatorships. 


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