More than $105 million was paid out from 2013 until 2016, not counting a year's worth of backlogged files.
Foreign affairs committee will review controversial countries of focus for Canadian aid dollars this spring.
Public safety minister prepped with talking points on everything from hostage-takings to major terrorist attacks.
National Defence employs five people, full time, to manually compile statistics from a clunky records system.
The jury is out on MPs accepting severance pay from public employers: some refused it, some donated the money, others just cashed the cheque.
Outgoing managing editor Carl Meyer has the rare ability to show a steel backbone without losing the smile on his face.
National Defence lost $4.4 million in equipment last year, $1.5 in combat clothing alone—including items such as floppy hats, barbed wire gloves, hundreds of socks.
‘The world is moving in Canada’s direction,’ says Filippo Grandi. He calls for an end to detaining asylum-seekers at the Canadian border, a return to funding the Junior Professional Officer program and, at the international level, a possible redesign of the UN Security Council.
In a letter to the PM, a Romanian member of European Parliament tells Trudeau he can prove his openness by removing ‘unjust’ screening process.
There were three fires in two years at now-vacated official residence in Abuja.