Ghanaian envoy’s Canadian ties run deep

It all started with two high school teachers in the 1970s.

Nigeria wants Canadian arms to fight Boko Haram

Human rights concerns have limited government aid.

Nigeria: Feds allow military exports, despite ‘abysmal’ rights record

Human rights concerns limited the government’s own military aid.

Swedish deputy made the most of his posting

His family connected with Canadians through the arts.

DFATD broke rules, left years of audits unpublished

Department to post them by month's end, it says.

Nigerian envoy’s party just lost elections. Here’s why he’s happy

High commissioner hails democratic power handover.

Foreign Affairs broke rules by leaving years of audit reports unpublished

Department admits fault, expects to post them by end of month.

Parliamentary Friends of Burma restarts

Once active group had fizzled in recent years.

Women’s World Cup: Footy fever hits diplomatic world

Corruption, politics should be viewed separate from Canadian games, say dips.

Months later, Canada, Venezuela accept each other’s ambassadors

Venezuela had indicated concern about Canadian rep’s activities in Caracas.


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