• Kaujititsiutik KaKialiutigijaujumut pijumik kiggannikut Canadaup kavamanganik ilingatillugu Siagotillugu Ilinniatiusimajunut Newfoundland amma Labradorimi Paigijaupvimmetlutik Ilinniasimajunut
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    Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador - November 24, 2017
  • Tshishe-utshimau aimieu nenu ka-utinakananit katshishkutamuakanishat nete pet shashish ausassit katshitishauakanit
    [View as PDF (4.12 MB)]Nete pet utat shashashish katutuakananit innuat nete katshishkutamatsheutshuapit mishta matshinnu kie tshitshue shakuenimutshenitakun ute Kanata. Shuka tshika ui uauitenan kie tshika ui tshishkutamuakananut akaneshaut katutuakanikuenit innuat nete katshishkutamatsheutshuapit, tshetshi eka uaunitshissitakanit eshpish kapiuenimakanikuenit innu auassat.
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    Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador - November 24, 2017
  • Statement of Apology on Behalf of the Government of Canada to Former Students of the Newfoundland and Labrador Residential Schools
    The treatment of Indigenous children in residential schools is a dark and shameful chapter in our country’s history. By acknowledging the past and educating Canadians about the experiences of Indigenous children in these schools, we can ensure that this history is never forgotten.
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    Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador - November 24, 2017
  • Ava G. Yaskiel
    EducationUndergraduate studies, University of TorontoBachelor of Laws, Osgoode Hall Law SchoolBar Admission Course, Law Society of Upper CanadaMaster of Laws, University of CambridgeDirectors Education Program, Institute of Corporate Directors, Rotman School of ManagementCertificate in Mining Law, Osgoode Hall Law SchoolProfessional ExperienceSince 2014Global Head of Corporate, Mergers and Acquisitions and Securities, Norton Rose FulbrightSince 1998Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
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    Ottawa, Ontario - November 17, 2017
  • Thao Pham
    EducationMaster’s Degree, Environmental Sciences, Université du Québec à MontréalBachelor of Science, Biology, McGill UniversityProfessional ExperienceSince March 2016Senior Vice-President, Operations, Parks Canada2014 - 2016Assistant Deputy Minister, Federal Montréal Bridges Branch, Infrastructure Canada2011 - 2013Vice-President, Operations, Canada Economic Development Agency for the Regions of Quebec2008 - 2010Vice-President, Operations, Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
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    Ottawa, Ontario - November 17, 2017
  • Vancouver Principles on Peacekeeping and the Prevention of the Recruitment and Use of Child Soldiers
    Canada is committed to ensuring that all children are safe from harm and have every opportunity to grow and learn. The Vancouver Principles on Peacekeeping and the Prevention of the Recruitment and Use of Child Soldiers represent an important step forward in the international community’s determination to save children from the scourge of war.
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    Vancouver, British Columbia - November 15, 2017
  • Women, peace and security
    Women and girls are disproportionately affected by violent conflict. At the hands of armed groups and terrorists, women and girls are often subjected to rape, sexual slavery, forced prostitution and other forms of sexual violence. Survivors are left to deal with a lifetime of severe stigmatization, may be shunned by family and community members, and may face reprisals.
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    Vancouver, British Columbia - November 15, 2017
  • Canadian police support for international peace operations and missions
    Police have played a significant role in United Nations (UN) and international peace support operations since the early 1960s. Over time, the number of police has substantially increased and mandates have evolved from simple monitoring activities to direct support for implementation of the rule of law assistance in post-conflict stabilization, peacebuilding, and security sector reform. Since 1989, over 4,000 Canadian police officers have participated in over 66 operations. Police have become a prominent aspect of Canada’s support for UN peace operations throughout the last 10 years.
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    Vancouver, British Columbia - November 15, 2017
  • The Elsie Initiative on Women in Peace Operations
    Through our feminist foreign policy, Canada is demonstrating its deep commitment to advancing gender equality and women’s empowerment around the world. In 2015, the United Nations (UN) Security Council adopted Resolution 2242, which noted the substantial link between women’s meaningful involvement in peace operations and the achievement of long-term, sustainable peace. The resolution set targets to double the current rate of women’s participation of 3.7 percent of military peacekeepers and 9.5 percent of police peacekeepers by 2020.
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    Vancouver, British Columbia - November 15, 2017
  • Canadian contributions to United Nations peace support operations
    Canada is a strong supporter of United Nations (UN) peacekeeping and will continue to play an important role by contributing high-end capabilities and specialized training.Today’s peacekeeping environment is more complex than ever before, and Canada firmly believes we need to do peacekeeping differently. That’s why we are focused on improving the effectiveness of UN missions, increasing the proportion of women deployed overseas, and empowering women in all aspects of peace and security.
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    Vancouver, British Columbia - November 15, 2017