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Canadian government is divided on war

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WASHINGTON, March 14 (UPI) -- Former government officials from the United States, Mexico and Canada Monday called for a regional community to meet security and economic challenges. The three were former Canadian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance John Manley, former Mexican

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OTTAWA, Feb. 24 (UPI) -- The Canadian government said Tuesday it wants to co-ordinate economic and security policy more closely with the United States.

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Under the Maple Leaf: New leaf in Quebec

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Under the Maple Leaf: No Liberal apology

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Under the Maple Leaf: Canada and the war

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MARK BLANCHARD, United Press International

Under the Maple Leaf: Liberal leadership

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Under the Maple Leaf: Canada's Iraq pitch

True to its reputation as an international peacekeeper, Canada is quietly working behind the scenes to broker a new deal for Iraq.
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John Manley
DXB2003092103 - DUBAI, U.A.E., SEPT.21(UPI) -- G7 finance ministers pose for a family photo during a break in meetings in Dubai September 20, 2003. L-R are John Manley of Canada, John Snow of the US, Gordon Brown of the UK, Hans Eichel of Germany, Guilio Tremonti of Italy, Zembei Mizoguchi of Japan and Jean-Pierre Jouyet of France. German Finance Minister Hans Eichel said on Saturday imbalances in the U.S. economy would be discussed discreetly by Group of Seven Finance Ministers but that Europe's weak growth would also be on the agenda. SC/SH/Pool UPI

John Paul Manley, PC, OC (born January 5, 1950, Ottawa, Ontario) is a Canadian lawyer, businessman and politician. He served as Liberal Member of Parliament for Ottawa South from 1988 to 2004, and a Cabinet Minister from 1993 to 2003.

John Manley attended Bell High School, located in Ottawa. He received a BA from Carleton University in 1971 and an LL.B. from the University of Ottawa in 1976. He also studied at the University of Lausanne. He clerked under Bora Laskin, the Chief Justice of Canada, and was called to the Ontario bar in 1978. Manley's early career was in tax law at the firm Perley-Robertson Hill & McDougall LLP. Manley is an accomplished marathoner. He is married to Judith Manley with whom he has three children: Rebecca, David and Sarah.

He was first elected as an MP in the 1988 election. When the Liberals came to power under Jean Chr├ętien following the 1993 election he became Minister of Industry. During his time in Industry, Manley was a staunch supporter of Canada-based research and development, and also of increased technology use in public schools. In particular, he felt that the so-called "wired classroom" would help to equalize the gap between urban and smaller, rural schools. These initiatives were partially aimed at combating the "brain drain", and Manley himself stated that "Canada needs to pursue policies that will make it a magnet for brains, attracting them from elsewhere and retaining the ones we have ."

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