CIDA Looking to Vet Partners' Public Relations Material

A new agreement NGOs, businesses and possibly even foreign governments may have to sign if they receive funding from CIDA has prompted allegations the government is being heavyhanded in its efforts to message control, which will only serve to hurt Canadian aid efforts.

Lee Berthiaume
Published: Wednesday, 06/24/2009 12:00 am EDT

A new agreement NGOs, businesses and possibly even foreign governments may have to sign if they receive funding from CIDA has prompted allegations the government is being heavyhanded in its efforts to message control, which will only serve to hurt Canadian aid efforts.

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