Kevin Stewart MacLeod is a native of Boularderie Island, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. He studied at Boston University (Boston, Massachusetts) and Carleton University (Ottawa, Ontario), and received both an under-graduate degree in history/political science and a graduate degree in international affairs. He also pursued studies at l’Université de Bourgogne (Dijon, France).
Prime Minister Stephen Harper today announced that the five members of the Advisory Committee on Vice-Regal Appointments are now in place to begin the search for appropriate candidates to fill the position of Lieutenant Governor of Alberta.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper today issued the following statement following the announcement by President Obama of changes that will begin to normalize diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba
And thank you for your kind introduction, Minister Denis Lebel, Minister Steven Blaney, Quebec caucus chair Jacques Gourde, Quebec Minister Dominique Vien, and Mayor Labeaume, who is now renowned throughout the international Francophonie.
Mr. Latourelle, Mr. Gauvin, everyone from Parks Canada, ladies and gentlemen, dear friends, thanks for your warm welcome.
Like many Canadians, I am always moved when I come face-to-face with the origins of Canadian history.
Our Government is committed to preserving cultural and heritage sites of significance across the country, as they are part of our national identity and shared legacy, and are essential to helping Canadians learn more about their past.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper today announced support for the restoration of three important historic landmarks in Québec City, with a view to preserving their heritage and culture for generations to come.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper today issued the following statement on the hostage situation that took place in Sydney, Australia, which, according to police reports, resulted in the death of two hostages and several injured:
Prime Minister Stephen Harper today issued the following statement on the re-election of Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe:
“On behalf of the Government of Canada, I would like to congratulate Prime Minister Abe on his re-election.
“Canada and Japan enjoy excellent bilateral relations which have grown under Prime Minister Abe’s leadership.
“I look forward to working closely together on negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement and the Canada-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement as well as collaborating further on pressing issues of global concern.”