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Prime Minister Stephen Harper said in a statement that Canada's sanctions will include enhanced restrictions on trade, investment and other bilateral relations with North Korea.
The Canadian government will also suspend high-level visits to Canada by North Korean officials.
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Originally posted by For(Home)Country
reply to post by PreyBird
It'd be hard to guess who would launch the first strike, so I'm not going to try.
In addition to food aid, China reportedly provides an estimated 80 to 90 percent of North Korea's oil imports at "friendly prices" that are sharply lower than the world market price.
Originally posted by DOADOA
whats a joke of a country like canada doing in worldly matters. why don't they just keep their mouth shut and let real countries deal with this.
i do not remember canada being involved in anything important, if this is their attempt at being significant, its a fail.