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Trudeau is at a meeting of 80 francophone countries — many of which forbid sex acts between same-sex couples.
Michaelle Jean lauds example set by return to peacekeeping.
I recently travelled more than 6,500 kilometres to see our tax dollars at work. What I saw were lives being saved for less than the cost of a cup of takeout coffee. All Canadians should be proud.
Michaëlle Jean has always been known as something of a "rassembleuse", a person who can bring others together. That title will be tested to the max over the next four years during her mandate as Secre...
DAKAR, Senegal - Former governor general Michaelle Jean has been named the first woman leader of la Francophonie and says its members must work closely together to ensure prosperity and stability.Whil...
DAKAR, Senegal - The federal minister responsible for la Francophonie says Michaelle Jean would be an excellent choice as secretary-general of the organization that represents the French-speaking worl...
DAKAR, Senegal - Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the premiers of Quebec and New Brunswick will attend this weekend's summit of la Francophonie which could see ex governor general Michaelle Jean beco...
OTTAWA - Former governor general Michaelle Jean wants to become the next secretary general of La Francophonie, a network of governments that share French as a common language.La Francophonie currently...
Our country now mourns the passing of a great Canadian hero, Lincoln Macauley Alexander. He died on Friday October 19th, 2012 at the age of 90. Reading the many tributes to this outstanding Canadian makes it clear that Alexander's exemplary life was lived as an emphatic declaration that blackness and Canadianness can seamlessly exist in synergetic harmony, and that there is a black experience that is inextricably and simultaneously a Canadian experience.
Indeed the passing of this legendary black Canadian should encourage us all to live lives that would leave us similarly criticized for our expressed concerns for the lot of the average Canadian, black and otherwise.
OTTAWA - Former governor general Michaelle Jean has been named chancellor of the University of Ottawa.Jean, UNESCO's special envoy for Haiti, will become the 13th chancellor in the university's histor...