A colonial-era treaty may protect them.
Europe’s national parliaments could play a role in ratifying CETA.
Diplomats from Paraguay and Chile found stability in Ottawa after years of long-distance love. United for now with their new baby, separation is looming again.
‘Civil society organizations are not there just to run soup kitchens,’ argues former UK charity regulator.
Mexican envoy says reforms to his country’s energy sector mean 'some amount of competition' for Canada when it comes to FDI.
Tim Hodges, head of the diplomats' union, expects an upcoming benefits and contract battle.
Continued visas would make for ‘unpleasant debate’ back home, says Bulgarian ambassador.
The creation of a dedicated ambassador to the association representing Southeast Asia signals Canada’s commitment to stronger ties both with Indonesia and the region, say analysts.
Opinion divided over whether refugee claimants should get same health care as Canadians.
Complaint alleges Environment Canada isn't enforcing the Fisheries Act in the oil sands.
Aid group chief says ‘tacit agreement’ reached with feds for new methods of funding.
Canada's electronic travel authorization system would be better than visas, say industry reps, but the devil will be in the details.