Edist Canada Announces Availability Of New Dragon Dictate Medical For Mac
Canada threatens to pull Commonwealth funding
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He added that “obviously we will examine our engagement and our financing of the Commonwealth, which is quite considerable, to make sure that we are wisely using taxpayers dollars and reflecting Canadian values”. A Sri Lankan rickshaw travels past a billboard announcing the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeti After Britain, Canada is the second-largest contributor to the Commonwealth budget, providing about $20 million last year. “It is unfortunate that these remarks have been made,” Sri Lankan foreign ministry spokesman Rodney Perera told AFP. “These are matters that should be taken up at the CHOGM (Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting) in Colombo” Perera said Canada had confirmed participation at the Colombo meeting at a lower level, “but that is good enough for us.” In August, UN human rights chief Navi Pillay raised fresh concerns for the safety of journalists and activists she met during a week-long fact-finding mission to Sri Lanka. She left the island arguing that democracy had been undermined and rule of law eroded in Sri Lanka four years after the end of its bloody ethnic war, which by UN estimates claimed up to 100,000 lives between 1972 and 2009. A Sri Lankan soldier patrols the island’s northern town of Jaffna, where a bloody ethnic war between The UN has reported “credible allegations” that up to 40,000 civilians were killed in the final months of fighting against the Tamil Tigers which ended in May 2009. Sri Lanka has rejected the charges and maintains that its troops did not kill a single civilian. Harper’s remarks further clouded the buildup to the Colombo summit after Gambia announced last week that it was pulling out of the Commonwealth, whose roots lie in the former British Empire, saying it would “never be a member of any neo-colonial institution”. But Australia’s new Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who met Harper in Bali on Monday, said he intended to travel to the summit despite calls for a boycott from human rights groups. “You do not make new friends by rubbishing your old friends or abandoning your old friends,” the pro-monarchy Abbott said, vowing that his government would “take the Commonwealth seriously”. He also underlined that Sri Lanka was an important partner in the country’s fight against people smuggling — a key issue in national elections that Abbot won last month. Neither he nor Harper tried to persuade each other to change their stand over the Colombo meeting, Abbot added, saying there was an acceptance “that at different times you’ll take a difference approach.” Others including British Prime Minister David Cameron are also expected to attend the gathering of the Commonwealth, which is headed by Queen Elizabeth II.