Ottawa’s diplomats have big plans for Canada’s 150th

Embassies and high commissions are planning to open their VIP receptions to the public as tourists descend on Ottawa.

A dance team was one of the highlights of Rwanda's national day at the Chateau Laurier in July. The Rwandan High Commission is among those planning to hold its next national day celebration at Lansdowne Park, with doors open to the public. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

By PETER MAZEREEUW

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016 12:00 AM

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