Trudeau said Canada will continue to back diplomatic efforts to resolve the crisis in the Middle Eastern country.
It is critical that the case be made -- and understood -- that Syrians needed our help prior to this most recent chemical weapons attack, and need it even more so now. Indeed, Obama may have to bear criticism that he should have acted earlier given the nature of atrocities committed thus far by the Assad regime.
A military intervention in Syria must be made for the sake of the Syrian people. It is understandable that the United States may want to intervene because of its geo-strategic interests but framing this intervention in any way but a way to rescue future Syrian civilians will lose the moral high ground and with it the Arab and Muslim public opinion.
Canada won’t be offering any military support for a potential U.S.-led strike on Syria, and it hasn't been asked either. Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird said at the G20 meeting in Russia that Cana...
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia - Canada is holding out little hope of reaching a compromise with Russia on the continuing violence and alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria, as Stephen Harper and fellow le...