Canadian embassy in Port-au-Prince remains open as officials gather in Jamaica for Haiti talks

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Canada’s embassy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti remains open Monday as Caribbean leaders meet with officials from the United States, Canada and other countries in Kingston, Jamaica to discuss plans to restore order to the country.

Canada’s UN Ambassador Bob Rae is at the meetings. He told CBC News that while the embassy in Haiti is open for now, the security situation on the ground will decide how long that remains the case. 

Rae said both the airport and the port in Port-au-Prince remain closed, making it difficult to get supplies and food into the country.

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