Flaherty remembered, from DC to Dublin

‘A man who was respected across our country and around the world’: John Manley.

Foreign affairs community reacts to Jim Flaherty's death

'Jim's passion for public service never wavered': Foreign Minister John Baird.

Aid groups relieved youth internship program saved

Program had been under review for months.

Venezuela’s violence hits home for embassy staff

Former coworker shot dead during unrest.

Baird’s office requested gun lobby meeting before arms treaty talks

Arms control advocate says it shows bias against them, but gun groups say they’re not getting special treatment.

Burundi’s new ambassador is her country’s promoter-in-chief

Spéciose Nzeyimana brings with her two daughters who love to skate. She’s not gliding—yet.

Japanese envoy saw Canada’s foreign ministry from the inside

At 32, Ryo Tokunaga has already been posted to India, Uganda.

Mining disclosure plan gets lukewarm response from NGOs, industry

Provincial and territorial securities regulators aren’t sold on their role in disclosure.

Parliament group given year’s reprieve, uncertainty remains

Key meetings this month will help determine whether Canada keeps IPU ties that go back more than a century.

Provincial regulators cool to proposed mining transparency regime

Power to force disclosure should be used to ‘inform investment decisions and not to promote social, political or economic policy.’

  

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