Ottawa turned down a strong request' to extend mission in post-quake Haiti: UN
The Canadian government turned down a plea to extend its military relief effort in Haiti after last year's earthquake, says a top United Nations official in Port-au-Prince. Canada was widely praised for rushing to provide emergency help, including clean water, security and medical care, following the devastating temblor last Jan.
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