DFATD merger details start to emerge

Internal documents outline new organizational structure, external advisory group members.

Embassy Photo: Kristen Shane
The former DFAIT headquarters at 125 Sussex Dr. in Ottawa had its sign changed by July, but structural changes to the department are just getting underway.
Ally Foster
Published: Monday, 10/21/2013 4:45 pm EDT
Last Updated: Monday, 10/21/2013 5:16 pm EDT

Details of the merger of Canada’s foreign affairs and trade department with its development agency are beginning to emerge, including changes in senior management and the names of outside experts meant to help guide the amalgamation.

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