The House engages in a rather unedifying hour of democracy
Julian Fantino in conversation with Luiza Ch. Savage
Did hundreds of millions in CIDA funding just lapse?
OTTAWA – Another document dictating the language of communication from the office of International Co-operation Minister Julian Fantino has surfaced a day after he denied the existence of any such
We can’t afford to officially oppose droughts anymore
Two weeks ago, officials from the U.S. State Department and the United Nations expressed concern about Julian Fantino’s comments about Haiti. In an interview with the Vaughan Citizen, Mr. Fantino
The former governor general talks about Haiti, responds to Julian Fantino’s concerns and lightly burns Don Cherry.
A pair of missives from Julian Fantino have apparently been pulled off the CIDA website on account of the partisan sentiments expressed therein.
The note directed at the NDP appears
Haiti’s Prime Minister responds to Julian Fantino’s concerns.
In an interview Monday, Lamothe agreed with Fantino, saying he had also hoped to see more improvements on the ground. Lamothe is
After seeming to suggest last week that foreign aid to Haiti had been suspended—CIDA later denied the suggestion—and musing aloud about garbage removal, Julian Fantino releases a statement to explain
The NDP’s International Cooperation critic explains her concerns with some of CIDA’s recent moves.
Economic growth is essential for sustainable poverty reduction. But not all economic growth is sustainable or
Aaron Wherry on the first day back
Julian Fantino tries to parse CIDA’s budget.
“In actual fact, the CIDA budget has not been cut. We’ve just been more selective, if you will, in how we spend Canadian
Let us try to understand Mr. Alexander’s ‘understanding’ of the ‘misunderstanding’ that concerned theF-35
The Toronto Star’s Paul Watson spent a month in Afghanistan and reported back in a series of articles—see here, here and here—on Canadian development efforts. Julian Fantino is unimpressed.
To the official statements on last night’s shooting in Scarborough, the Globe adds comment from Julian Fantino and John MacKay.
“This is not a time for panicking. It is a
A joint statement from Justice Minister Rob Nicholson, Public Safety Minister Vic Toews and International Cooperation Minister Julian Fantino (the Conservative MP for Vaughan) on the shooting in Scarborough last