A $15 Million Mansion

The Department of Foreign Affairs ran up a property bill of $208 million a year to maintain overseas homes and offices for diplomats, including a $15 million mansion in Oslo and five apartments in Brussels, according to records obtained by Blacklock’s. Access to Information documents show the foreign ministry was perplexed when ordered to downsize its real estate holdings.

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