The Canadian Government?s foreign policy appears on the below link.
Canada recognises the borders of Israel as they existed before the war
Canadian policy on key issues in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (see
the page for additional information.)
Canada does not recognize permanent Israeli control over territories
occupied in 1967 (the Golan Heights, the West Bank, East Jerusalem and
the Gaza Strip).
Canada opposes all unilateral actions that might prejudge the outcome
of negotiations, including the establishment of settlements in the
territories, unilateral moves to annex East Jerusalem and the Golan
Heights, and construction of the barrier inside the West Bank and East
"Canada's explanation of vote
Status of the Occupied Territories Palestinian Territory, Including East Jerusalem
General Assembly, 58th Session (2003)
May 6, 2004
Canada regrets to see the addition of yet another resolution added to
an already lengthy list of resolutions on the Middle East.
Canada firmly supports UN Security Council Resolutions 242, 338, and
1397, including the requirement for Israeli withdrawal from
territories occupied in 1967."
"Canada continues to have strong concerns regarding Israeli practices
in the occupied territories. Canada does not recognize permanent
Israeli control over the territories occupied in 1967 (the Golan
Heights, the West Bank, East Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip) and
opposes all unilateral actions intended to predetermine the outcome of
negotiations, including the establishment of settlements in the
territories. Settlement expansion, the expropriation of lands, and the
destruction of houses and property within the occupied territories are
contrary to international law, undermine prospects for a two state
solution, and are harmful to the peace process. We call on Israel to
respect its obligations under the Fourth Geneva Convention on the
Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War, which applies de jure
to the occupied territories, including East Jerusalem."
You can a map for 1967 on this link.
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