Justin Ling and Ben Makuch
The Canadian government said it doesn't plan to remove Saudi Arabia from a list of countries that can buy high-capacity automatic weapons from Canadian manufacturers. It also won't impose trade restrictions.
One of the leaked documents — which Riyadh adamantly claims are faked — reads that the Saudi government would contribute $8,100 US "to meet the Ministry of Culture and Information's participation" in four Arabic-language outlets in Canada.
Canada’s then foreign minister told his Chinese counterpart last summer to stop hacking Canadian secrets. China didn’t deny it.
The Royal Canadian Navy, with the help of high-tech surveillance aircraft, has been aggressively pushing to seize contraband in international waters.