Mr. Kenney has gathered support from many federal Conservative MPs, including Ms. Ambrose, for his campaign to become leader of the Alberta Progressive Party, on a promise to re-unite the splintered conservative movement in the province.
The Conservative leadership contender appears to have quoted from a Toronto Sun column quoting an extensive New York Times Magazine interview with Trudeau.
Conservative MP Lisa Raitt, pictured here in a file photo, indicated that her leadership considerations changed gear during a two-day caucus retreat the party held in Halifax last week. The Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright
List of declared, likely, and potential contenders grows to 13—larger than past Liberal and NDP leadership contests.
The Liberals promised to change the Designated Countries of Origin system, but are said to now be open to killing it, scrapping a process that critics say didn't have the intended effect in the first place.
The Liberals are feeling pressure from environmental groups to immediately restore the protections eliminated under the Harper government.
The first three Senate public bills to pass into the House all have strong government support.
Government officials got an earful from refugee groups about the Designated Countries of Origin system, which it has pledged to keep with some changes.
The Canada First Research Excellence fund started as an idea thrown around by a few university presidents.
The feds and opposition are standing by the broad blockage of EDC services in support of exports to Russia, and the 'collateral damage' to business that comes with it.
The Startup Canada entrepreneurship network says it tracks its government relations to ensure it's under the registration threshold. Duff Conacher accuses the lobbying commissioner of letting groups police themselves.
The feds are chewing over a DNA test for fraudulent chicken imports.
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The funeral for longtime Liberal MP Mauril Bélanger was held on Saturday, August 27 in the packed-out Notre-Dame Cathedral in Ottawa. Mr. Bélanger served as an MP for more than 20 years, but his life was cut short after being diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig's Disease, a little more than nine months ago. He was perhaps best known for his work to change the lyrics of Canada's national anthem to make it gender-neutral. (The Hill Times Photograph by Sam Garcia) The Hill Times Photograph by Sam Garcia
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The International Civil Aviation Organization, a UN specialized agency headquartered in Montreal, will host its 39th triennial assembly. ICAO's 191 member states and a large number of international organizations are invited to the assembly, which establishes the organization’s worldwide policy. ICAO headquarters, 999 Robert-Bourassa Blvd., Montreal. Until Oct. 7.
The Senate is expected to resume sitting on Sept. 27 at 2 p.m. The Senate adjourned June 22.
A global forum for young leaders (18 to 30) from over 190 countries, the annual summit allows delegates to network with peers, share ideas and develop solutions to address urgent global issues, Sept. 28–Oct. 1, Shaw Centre, Ottawa.
The Partnership Group for Science and Engineering presents a talk, Living with Forest Fires: Lessons from Fort McMurray, with Mike Flannigan, University of Alberta. Sept. 29, 7:30 a.m. Parliamentary Dining Room, Centre Block. No charge to MPs, Senators, and media. All others, $25. Pre-registration required by Mon., Sept. 26 by contacting Donna Boag, PAGSE firstname.lastname@example.org or call 613-991-6369.