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14:35 ADT (Wednesday, Nov 02, 2016) - Health Canada

Remarks from the Honourable Jane Philpott, Minister of Health to the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress

Thank you very much. Hello everyone and thank you for the welcome. I am thrilled to be here this morning in Quebec, in the beautiful city of Montréal. We could not have had a better place for our announcement today. As you know, Montréal is a world gastronomic capital and I want to talk primarily about food today. So what better than to be here in Montréal at the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress, surrounded by experts in healthy lifestyles....

10:00 ADT (Monday, Oct 31, 2016) - Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

Jean-Pierre Blais at the public hearing on differential pricing practices in Canada

This hearing is being held as part of the process to examine the policy issues surrounding the use of differential pricing practices by Canadian fixed and mobile Internet service providers....

20:45 ADT (Friday, Oct 28, 2016) - Global Affairs Canada

Address by Minister Dion at a conference marking the 20th anniversary of the start of the Ottawa Process

At a time when nuclear disarmament is stalled and when Canada, under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's leadership, is re-engaging in the world, I cannot thank you enough for inviting me to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the start of the "Ottawa Process," which led to the Landmine Convention [Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling, Production and Transfer of Anti-Personnel Mines and on Their Destruction]....

11:18 ADT (Friday, Oct 28, 2016) - Global Affairs Canada

Address by Minister Dion to the ministerial conference on peacekeeping in francophone environments

It's good to see that support for peace in francophone countries goes beyond francophone countries. I am particularly pleased to see one of our co-chairs, Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali, Bangladesh's Minister of Foreign Affairs, whom I had the pleasure to host earlier this week....

10:05 ADT (Wednesday, Oct 26, 2016) - Global Affairs Canada

Address by Minister Dion to International Joint Commission fall reception

As you know, for over 100 years, the International Joint Commission [IJC] has prevented and resolved disputes over water between Canada and the United States under the 1909 Boundary Waters Treaty....

16:45 ADT (Monday, Oct 24, 2016) - Employment and Social Development Canada

Address by Minister Duclos - Opening Plenary - Habitat III Global Summit

Madame President of the Conference, heads of delegations and delegates, distinguished guests On behalf of Canada, thank you for the opportunity to participate at the Habitat III Summit....

16:03 ADT (Friday, Oct 21, 2016) - Global Affairs Canada

Address by Parliamentary Secretary Goldsmith-Jones to the 2016 European Union-Canada Arctic Conference

This is the third time in three weeks that I have had the honour of speaking about the North. And I say this from the heart: marking the 20th anniversary of the Arctic Council, representing Canada at the Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavik and now joining you for this conference have been privileges....

11:10 ADT (Friday, Oct 21, 2016) - National Energy Board

Keynote Address for Pipeline Safety Trust Conference

I am very pleased to be joining you here today. Forums like these speak to the value of having inclusive dialogue about pipeline safety, between regulators, companies, agencies, environmental organizations and citizens - what it means for each of us, what our concerns about it are, and what we are doing about those concerns....

18:20 ADT (Thursday, Oct 20, 2016) - Global Affairs Canada

Address by Minister Dion to an informal session of the UN General Assembly discussing Syria

Canada-along with 71 other UN member states-requested this informal session of the General Assembly, as the crisis in Aleppo is rising to new heights....

12:00 ADT (Thursday, Oct 20, 2016) - Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

Jean-Pierre Blais to the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage

Local communities look to the media to keep them informed on the subjects and issues that matter to them. They look to the media to reflect the diversity of the people who live there. But shifts in technology, the business of the media and consumer behaviour have created some challenges in providing the local news coverage Canadians depend on to stay informed....

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