More humanitarian assistance, immigration eyed with Canada’s limited options to address quake disaster
With geopolitical difficulties in the areas affected by the devastating Feb. 6 earthquake, Canada has limited options to address the crisis.
Shortly after the Feb. 6 earthquake in Turkey and Syria, International Development Minister Harjit Sajjan announced Canada would contribute $10-million in humanitarian assistance to address the crisis. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Neil Moss is a reporter with The Hill Times who covers federal politics, foreign policy, international trade, Canada-U.S. relations, and defence, as well as leading the newspaper's annual Top 50 list of foreign policy influencers. See all stories BYNEIL MOSS