A note of thanks from the deposed president
‘A certain standard of values and principles which is clearly lacking in the Maldives’
OTTAWA – Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird is in hot water with the Maldives government.
Maldives President Mohamed Waheed has complained to Prime Minister Stephen Harper about Baird’s conduct during
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – Stephen Harper touched down Friday in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur for a two-day stay, becoming the first Canadian prime minister to formally visit the
OTTAWA – Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird warned the United Nations General Assembly on Monday to avoid being taken in by any Iranian charm offensives.
Baird evoked the memory of
A stunning terrorist attack at a shopping mall in Kenya’s capital on Saturday has struck home in Canada with the death of two Canadians, including a 29-year-old diplomat who worked
OTTAWA – Palestinian Foreign Minister Riad al-Malki tossed Canada an olive branch Thursday, seeking to defuse recent tensions by saying there’s no point in either side being held hostage by
The United States continues to have many of its foreign embassies in the Middle East and Africa closed or on high alert in response to what it says is a
OTTAWA – Canada announced it was closing its embassy in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Sunday, tightening security amid a widespread terrorism and travel alert triggered by the U.S.
A spokesman for
OTTAWA – Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird encouraged Canadian travellers and diplomats in North Africa and the Middle East to exercise added caution Friday after the United States issued a
OTTAWA – Canada’s foreign service officers are targeting Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s trip to Europe next week as a part of a bold tactic to rejuvenate stalled contract talks.
MONTREAL – Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird says Qatar has abandoned an effort to move the headquarters of the International Civil Aviation Organization out of Montreal.
Baird says on Twitter
RAMALLAH, Palestine – Palestinian anger over Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird’s controversial meeting with an Israeli cabinet minister in East Jerusalem mounted Sunday with the Palestinian Authority making a formal
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird left no doubt Saturday that Canada and Palestinian leaders remained far apart on a number of issues, but after a series of meetings in Ramallah,
BAGHDAD – Fresh from establishing a new diplomatic beachhead in Iraq, Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird turns his attention Tuesday to knocking down a contentious visa imposed on Canadians when
OTTAWA – The foreign affairs department has confirmed Canada’s choice for its first-ever resident ambassador to the burgeoning democracy of Myanmar.
Mark McDowell, who currently works in the Canadian embassy