See the bold example (common sense tells you what it links to, but there's no ironclad link):
And the sixth episode explores—in great detail—Canada’s direct role in overthrowing Jean-Bertrand Aristide, who was Haiti’s first democratically elected leader. Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world—during Aristide’s time in office he managed to improve the country’s literacy rate, build schools, tackle the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and increase the minimum wage. Washington didn’t like the bad example that Aristide was setting for bigger economies like Guatemala, Honduras, or Mexico that might see Aristide’s successes—in such an impoverished country—and follow suit. So the US worked with Canada and France to overthrow Aristide. We interview Canada’s defense minister at the time of the coup—David Pratt. We also interview Canada’s foreign minister at the time of the coup—Bill Graham.