Decision-making talk should be held mostly between banking lawyers, not politicians.
Despite US objections, there seems little reason for Canada to hold back in signing on to the Chinese-led development bank.
$2 million earmarked for Canadian Relief for Syria in 2012 later reversed.
Some civil society reps worried about implications of DFATD scoping mission last fall.
UN committee finds Canada committed 'grave violation of rights' under international convention; Canada disagrees.
The perception of antagonism between civil society groups and the government does nothing to help solve problems. They must work together with the private sector.
Bill Gates’ visit this week is a reminder of the importance of this year. Leadership is vital in determining Canada’s future role in global development.
Some employees concerned about home-life effects of shuffle of corporate services to Gatineau and programming to Ottawa.
Foreign Affairs pins blame for project's termination on founder's refusal 'to acknowledge Canada’s contribution to the project.'