Are we concerned ... that the use of tanks among the local population, and particularly the use of air power, is such that it's destroying our capacity to reach out to the local populationCanada: $189M to support its troops Nov 08, 2006
We will look at what we need to do with the program. The military is considering all aspects around the Snowbirds projectCanada to reevaluate Snowbirds program Dec 11, 2004
Canada fully recognizes Israel's right to defend itself and its citizens against terrorism and has consistently condemned the terrorist attacks it has facedCanada calls Yassin killing extra-judicial Mar 22, 2004
The extra-judicial killing of Sheik Yassin is simply unacceptable and contrary to Israel's international obligations. We condemn this attack, which will only inflame tensions in the region and create yet another obstacle to achieving a peaceful resolution to the conflictCanada calls Yassin killing extra-judicial Mar 22, 2004
Canada welcomes Secretary General de Hoop Scheffer on his first visit to CanadaNATO chief to visit Canada Jan 27, 2004
The Hon. William Carvel "Bill" Graham, PC QC (born March 17, 1939) is a former Canadian politician, who served as Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of National Defence, and Leader of the Opposition and interim Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada.
Graham grew up in Montreal and Vancouver, and was educated at Upper Canada College, Trinity College at the University of Toronto, the University of Toronto Faculty of Law (where he was an editor of the Law Review and the gold medalist of 1964), and the University of Paris. As a student, he traveled in the Middle East and Europe. He married the former Catherine Curry in 1962, and they have a daughter, Katherine ("Katy", born in 1964) and a son, the freelance writer Patrick Graham (born in 1965).
After his graduation from law school, Graham went to Paris to pursue a doctorate of laws, with a focus on international law, as well as to improve his French. He also represented the Toronto law firm, Fasken's (where he had articled) in Europe. Upon returning to Toronto in 1968, Graham remained at Fasken's with a practice devoted largely to international trade and commercial law.