Cards Against Humanity directs complaints to Mexican Embassy

Embassy officials left scratching their heads.

From the farm to cabinet, and now diplomacy

Barbadian consul general once ran in an election against the sitting prime minister—his first cousin.

Defence minister: Military review to be completed by end of 2016

Harjit Sajjan says procurement is being looked at in 'extreme detail' as part of review process.

Must see: The government doesn’t want you to click here

Warnings against clickbait and phishing permeate Canadian spy agency's cyber defence reports.

Tragic photo spurred millions in Canadian donations to refugee crisis relief

NGOs that received spike of donations after Alan Kurdi photo have struggled to raise as much money for the refugee crisis as for natural disaster relief efforts.

Harper government subsidized ex-Australian PM's trip for conservative conference

Global Affairs Canada also paid hospitality expenses for son of dictator Muammar Gaddafi two months before uprisings began in Libya.

Canadian takes lead at global health research alliance

CIHR president chairing group tackling chronic diseases.

Canada set to enter talks to expand EFTA trade deal, say envoys

Deal covers non-EU members Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.

Canada to gather defence intelligence from social networks in China, Russia

DND indicates it could use social media analysis as 'sensor' for instability in non-democracies.

How many bombs did Canada drop in 2015?

Canada ramping up airstrikes against ISIS in early days of 2016.

Lengthy federal election campaign a blow to military procurement

Systemic problems abound, but a new report shows 2015 was an especially trying year.

DND down $4.4 million in stolen, damaged, lost equipment in 2014-15

Stolen or lost items include rifles, pistols, hammers, armour and a $280,000 computer system.

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