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More than $105 million was paid out from 2013 until 2016, not counting a year's worth of backlogged files.
Public safety minister prepped with talking points on everything from hostage-takings to major terrorist attacks.
Canada should become far more engaged than it has in seeking a diplomatic solution to the war in Ukraine.
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.
Paradis told bureaucrats to hunt for ‘technical assistance’ options instead.
Doesn’t impact actions of fanatics launching attacks in Brussels, Paris.