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Minister Garneau speaks with Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Expectations high following elections, UN envoy tells Security Council
U.S. President Biden’s Remarks Before Meeting with Members of Congressional Black Caucus
A Proclamation on Pan American Day and Pan American Week, 2021
Inter-prison kapa haka competition launched
Museums must not be overlooked in pandemic recovery, UNESCO chief warns
“Crisis” in home support demands urgent government overhaul
Congratulations to Ecuador’s President-Elect Guillermo Lasso
FMA expects KiwiSaver managers to follow four key principles to show value for money
Canada issues advisory on doing business with Myanmar-related entities
Statement by Minister Duddridge on Somalia elections 13 April 2020
UN and partners announce Afghan peace summit will convene in Turkey this month
Advancing FTA negotiations and vaccine diplomacy
Statement on National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan’s call with Karin Wallensteen
We sailed from Antarctica to equator to learn how bacteria affect ocean health
UK PM call with King Abdullah II of Jordan 13 April 2021
Surge testing to be deployed in Southwark
National proposes new law to get more houses built
Alexandra Bridge closed to vehicular traffic: Extension
U.S. President Biden Announces His Intent to Nominate Robert Santos for Director of U.S. Census Bureau
Statement on New Microsoft Exchange Patches
Statement by Minister Chagger for Vaisakhi
Forensics and ship logs solve a 200-year mystery about where first kiwi specimen was collected
U.S. President Biden’s Remarks at a Congressional Tribute for U.S. Capitol Police Officer William Evans
Compensation Programs for Chicken, Turkey and Egg Producers
Burundi refugees in Tanzania living in fear: UN rights experts
Close to $29M to provide high-speed Internet access to 2,632 households in Bas-Saint-Laurent region by
Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry Travels to People’s Republic of China and Republic of Korea
Supporting equity in access to learning opportunities for young Canadians
Minister Bibeau announces new programs that deliver full and fair compensation for chicken, turkey and egg farmers
Remaining university students to return to campus from Step 3 of roadmap, no earlier than 17 May
A Proclamation on Black Maternal Health Week, 2021
Readout from NSC Spokesperson Emily Horne on National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan Leading a Virtual Meeting of U.S.-Israel
NATO Secretary General and Ukrainian Foreign Minister discuss Russia’s military build-up
Canada and FCM Combat Climate Change by Investing in Retrofits for Community Buildings
$22.7M to provide high-speed Internet access to close to 3,000 households in Memphrémagog RCM by
Air University Press soliciting for DoD, DAF Arctic Strategy journal articles
FACT SHEET: American Jobs Plan Supports Small Businesses
FACT SHEET: Biden-Harris Administration Announces Initial Actions to Address Black Maternal Health Crisis
330 Navy civilian employees transfer to Air Force
WHO and partners urge countries to halt sales of wild mammals at food markets
Readout of President Biden Call with President Vladimir Putin of Russia
UN atomic energy agency to work with Japan on Fukushima water disposal
Lubanga case: Chamber sets new final deadline for victims to request reparations to 1 October 2021
Canada Delivers on Commitment to Strengthen Canadian Environmental Protection
National Transparency Reports: Countries’ Actions Provide Basis For Raising Ambition
NATO-Ukraine Commission addresses security situation in and around Ukraine
Pesquisa Ipec revela que 72% dos consumidores gostariam de receber os pedidos de delivery de comida pronta sem plástico descartável