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:: PoliticsWatch News Archive August 2007

Arctic Scarcity: Nunavut airports run out of fuel
(August 20, 2007)

At the same time Prime Minister Stephen Harper brings international attention to Canada's North, three airports in Nunavut had to turn back planes last week because they ran out of jet fuel. 

Bush and Harper amused by SPP critics
(August 21, 2007)

Talk of a secret NAFTA Superhighway and other theories surrounding the North American Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) were mocked and dismissed by U.S. President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Tuesday.

U.S. Embassy responds to SPP critics
(August 17, 2007)

The U.S. Embassy issued a press release late Friday afternoon it said was aimed at countering "myths" surrounding next week's North American Leaders Summit.  

Bush and Harper to discuss Arctic sovereignty, dangerous imports and Iran
(August 16, 2007)

Officials in Ottawa and Crawford, Texas, held press briefings Thursday to outline the agendas for U.S. President George W. Bush and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper at next week's North American Leaders summit. 

Canadian visit will disrupt Bush's vacation
(August 15, 2007)

U.S. President George W. Bush is breaking up his annual retreat to his Crawford, Texas, ranch to attend next week's North American Leaders' Summit in Montebello Quebec.

Harper concerned about Made in China recalls
(August 15, 2007)

Prime Minister Stephen Harper said the Canadian government is examining carefully a recent rash of recalls of products made in China and other developing countries.

MacKay replaces O'Connor at Defence: Ablonczy promoted
(August 14, 2007)

Peter MacKay replaces Gordon O'Connor as Canada's Defence minister following Tuesday's Conservative government cabinet shuffle.

Canada condemns killing of Canadian journalist in Somalia
(August 14, 2007)

Canada is strongly condemning the weekend killing of Canadian journalist Ali Iman Sharmarke in Somalia and is calling on the Somali government to protect journalists.

Health Canada relies on India and China to test drug ingredients sent to Canada
(August 13, 2007)

Despite concerns about product safety, Health Canada relies on companies in China and India to conduct their own testing of active drug ingredients for export to Canadian drug makers. 

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