We send our thoughts and prayers and those of all Canadians to Ms. Desloges family, friends and colleagues during this most difficult time. Canada condemns this senseless act of violence in the strongest of terms, and we call on Kenyan authorities to bring the perpetrators of this terrorist attack to justice. Canadian public servants around the world selflessly serve our country proudly. Like Annemarie, they do so because they believe in the cause of humanity. They believe that their work will better the lives of many at home and around the world. They believe in the values that Canada represents. 21 September 2013 africanpressorganization Contribution de lUnion europeenne dun montant de 124 millions deuros en appui a la Mission de lUnion africaine en Somalie 21 September 2013 africanpressorganization africanpressorganization APO-SOURCE : The African News Source Welcome on APO-SOURCE, the data base of press releases related to Africa. Bienvenue sur APO-SOURCE, la base de donnees de communiques de presse lies a l’Afrique. AFRIQUE AFRICA AFRICAIN AFRICAN PRESSE PRESS NEWS ACTUALITE “ACTUALITE AFRIQUE” “ACTUALITE AFRICAINE” “AFRICAN NEWS” “AFRICA NEWS” STATEMENT SPEECH COMMUNIQUE INSTITUTION “UNITED NATIONS” “NATIONS UNIES” USA FRANCE WFP PAM ONU UN EUROPE EU UE “UNION AFRICAINE” UA “AFRICAN UNION” IMF FMI “WORLD BANK” “BANQUE MONDIALE” BAD BAFD AFDB ADB “BANQUE AFRICAINE DE DEVELOPPEMENT” “AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK” ACP KONARE KABERUKA KI-MOON MONTAS KAPUTIN SUMMIT UNHCR AFRICOM AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL APO OPA AFRICAN PRESS ORGANIZATION ORGANISATION DE LA PRESSE AFRICAINE APPA PANAFRICAINE PANAFRICAN BADEA CHINA CHINE CILSS ICRC CICR CPI ICC DFID EAC FCO FOREIGN COMMONWEALTH AFFAIRS SPAIN ESPAGNE FAO FIDH FIFA IFAD HUMAN RIGHT DROITS HOMME HRW IFAW FIJ IFJ JOURNALISTE JOURNALIST IOM OIM MIGRATION IRD JAPAN JAPON TICAD MAE MFA MSF MEDEF NEPAD OCDE OXFAM SG UIT UNHCR MONUC ONUCI UNMIS AMIS SOUDAN DARFOUR DARFUR SOMALI SOMALIE UNESCO UNICEF UNOG USAID “DEPARTEMENT OF STATE” WHO OMS UEMOA BEAC BCEAO OCDE OECD “ASSOCIATION DE LA PRESSE PANAFRICAINE” “PANAFRICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION” APPA PANAFRICAN PANAFRICAIN PRESSEAFRICAINE GOUVERNANCE DEVELOPPEMENT DEVELOPMENT GOVERNANCE “COMMUNICATION POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT” “COMMUNICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT” “EUROPE-AFRIQUE” “EU-AFRICA” “EUROPE-AFRICA” SARKOZY RICE BROWN “WEST ARICA” “CENTRAL AFRICA” AFRIQUE DU SUD SOUTH AFRICA VIDEOCONFERENCE “PRESS VIDEOCONFERENCE” VIDEOCONFERENCE DE PRESSE” “RELATIONS PRESSE” “PUBLIC RELATION” ACCREDITATION Europe-Africa Summit Sommet Europe-Afrique Lisbonne Lisbon UE-Afrique EU-Africa Portugal ANGOLA BENIN BOTSWANA BURKINA FASO BURUNDI CAMEROUN CAMEROON CAP-VERT CABO VERDE CENTRAFRIQUE CONGO RDC DRC COTE-D’IVOIRE DJIBOUTI ERYTHREE ETHIOPIE GABON GAMBIE GHANA GUINEE GUINEE BISSAU GUINEE EQUATORIALE KENYA LESOTHO LIBERIA MADAGASCAR MALAWI MALI MAURITANIE MOZAMBIQUE NAMIBIE NIGER NIGERIA OUGANDA RWANDA SAO TOME SENEGAL SIERRA LEONE SOMALIE SOUDAN SWAZILAND TANZANIE TCHAD TOGO ZAMBIE ZIMBABWE ALGERIA CENTRAL AFRICAN REP CHAD CONGO DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO REPUBLIC OF CONGO EGYPT EQUATORIAL GUINEA ERITREA ETHIOPIA GAMBIA GUINEA BISSAU GUINEA IVORY COAST LIBYA MAURITANIA MAURITIUS MOROCCO NAMIBIA SOMALIA SUDAN TANZANIA TUNISIA UGANDA ZAMBIA Republique sahraouie, RASD
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No one was ever charged with fraud, and the lone figure who was charged with insider trading was acquitted. Canada has been criticized by the International Monetary Fund for being the only advanced economy without a national capital markets regulator. The version of the plan revealed on Thursday is less ambitious than earlier efforts, but is designed to win over additional provinces before its 2015 launch. Still, the French-speaking province of Quebec, led by a separatist government, rejected the plan and hinted at fighting it in court. Flaherty said the agreement “represents the best of what can be achieved when a shared responsibility becomes a mutual goal.” He expects others to join the plan quickly, but the intention is to push ahead with the initiative even if there are holdouts. The three governments said they would enact provincial legislation and complementary federal legislation by the end of 2014 so that the new regulator can start operating in July 2015. TOUGHER WATCHDOG SOUGHT The new body will replace the Ontario Securities Commission, which is now Canada’s major securities regulator, and the British Columbia Securities Commission as well as their counterparts in any other provinces that choose to participate. The plan is intended to make it easier for companies and investors to navigate the system by eventually having a single set of rules nationwide, and to give Canada a single voice in global discussions of regulatory issues. Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa said the partial deal beat the alternative: a federal agency that Flaherty had threatened to create if he couldn’t reach a deal with the provinces. “To introduce yet possibly another federal regulator, with all the others included, would create an international reputational signal that would say, you know, we don’t have our act together,” Sousa said. QUEBEC FIERCELY OPPOSED Some provinces, particularly Quebec, have seen the efforts to create a national regulator as an intrusion on their powers. The Supreme Court ruled in 2011 that it was unconstitutional for Ottawa to impose a common regulator on the provinces and territories.