CIDA's new 'partnerships'

Change is always sweeping CIDA. Prime ministers in waiting want a housecleaning at Canada's key aid agency. Newly-appointed CIDA ministers almost always install new thematic priorities for the agency. Parliamentary critics always call for agency transformation. Senators reflect about it, and think tanks push out reports about how change might happen.

Gerry Barr
Published: Wednesday, 12/08/2010 12:00 am EST

Change is always sweeping CIDA. Prime ministers in waiting want a housecleaning at Canada's key aid agency. Newly-appointed CIDA ministers almost always install new thematic priorities for the agency. Parliamentary critics always call for agency transformation. Senators reflect about it, and think tanks push out reports about how change might happen.

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