Canada offered no new money for Pakistani relief efforts at a special United Nations meeting yesterday designed in part to spur a more generous international response. Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon made clear, however, that Canada's current pledge to provide $33-million in direct assistance will not be its last offer of help. "Clearly, the humanitarian needs resulting from the floods require an immediate and a sustained international commitment. Canada will continue to be part of that response," Mr. Cannon, below, told a special session of the UN General Assembly. Speaking earlier in a teleconference from New York, Mr. Cannon said that despite putting no new money on the table now, the federal government is "not closing any options" on further assistance.