PM Harper says no plans to send Canadian military to Syria
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says Canada no plans to send its own military personnel to Syria, although the government supports its allies and has been convinced of the need for "forceful action."
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Savard wins the gold with a time of 57.40 seconds .
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Tooltip Information:Canadian women's rhythmic gymnastics team wins goldVideo by:Description: Canada's second gold medal of the Commonwealth Games.Rating: 4Views: 1971