Department-generated list suggests nearly $1.5 million spent, but spokesperson says it’s less.
Express Entry system and online checks for travellers from visa-exempt countries among upcoming changes.
The global public servant and Canadian was in Ottawa last week to receive an award from the GG.
One side wants Ottawa's focus on anti-communism, while the other says there’s a generational divide in attitudes towards Hanoi.
Valerie Amos, who is set to leave her post in March, says countries like Canada can use their weight to push for greater accountability from countries to follow humanitarian law.
Industry groups unaware of DFATD initiative to consolidate information on economic sanctions.
Seventy-two per cent of respondents say they’d feel as though their privacy had been violated if they knew the feds were snooping on their activity.
On paper, we couldn’t be more different. The reality is much more complex. Part one of a six-part series.
Canada points to problems with St. Kitts & Nevis' immigrant investor program.
CCC boss Martin Zablocki hopes deal will lead to more Middle East, Latin America, Southeast Asia defence contracts.