Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen, pictured earlier this year, once again defended Canada's Safe Third Country Agreement with the U.S. in an appearance before the House Immigration Committee on March 20.
Many of those crossing the border spent very little time in the U.S. before heading to Canada.
'How can you have two ambassadors? You can’t,' says ex-ambassador to the EU Jeremy Kinsman. The foreign ministry wouldn't confirm the arrangement.
Despite multiple studies and attempts at reform, phoney or unethical consultants continue to victimize aspiring Canadian residents.
A month after M-103 was first debated in the House setting off a storm of reaction across the country, police are still patrolling her Mississauga-Erin Mills riding office, but Liberal MP Iqra Khalid is trying to focus on the positive responses she's received too. The motion is scheduled for a second hour of debate on March 21 and will likely pass shortly after.
Canadian Press Hill reporter Mike Blanchfield, pictured last week in Ottawa, has been reporting on Canadian foreign affairs for about two decades.
In his new book, veteran foreign affairs reporter Mike Blanchfield analyzes Harper's foreign policy and looks at the challenges ahead for the Trudeau Liberals.
Post-Soviet states are also celebrating 25 years of diplomatic relations with Canada.
Fisheries Minister Dominic LeBlanc and international development DM Peter Boehm among the attendees.