The interim leader of the Conservatives takes us on a candid reflection on her career.
It's hard to fix multiple housing markets with 'one-size fits all' policy levers, says Vaughan.
Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party of Canada, 'can’t run the risk of seeing this political party be viewed as being too authoritarian, too controlling, or too of her own image,' says political analyst Ian Capstick. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Controversy over Israel motions spurs some Greens to push for policy-development change.
Healthcare, energy, and climate change are just three examples of hot topics that are high on the meeting’s agenda. Issues around economic growth and internal trade will be on the table, as will matters around immigration, skills and training, aboriginal involvement in economic development, and international trade.
An unprecedented plebiscite on electoral reform taking place this fall in Prince Edward Island on options to change its voting system.
'We don’t have much time,' Green Leader Elizabeth May says of electoral reform.
The electoral reform committee’s subcommittee on agenda and procedure will meet in camera on June 28 to hash out a list of lingering questions.
Conservative MP Robert Sopuck worries the bill would 'place all animal use in legal jeopardy.'
Despite a history of lobbyists being around for such functions, Liberal MP Kevin Lamoureux, parliamentary secretary to the government House leader, says they might be ‘wasting time’ heading out to the Liberal retreat in Saguenay, Que., in August.
NDP critic Rachel Blaney calls asset recycling another form of 'privatization.'
Some support a sliding-scale system in which the length of the ban would correspond with the official's position and connections.
Acquitted of an earlier influence-peddling charge, a verdict on alleged lobbying offences is expected to be handed down in August.
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Carla Qualtrough, minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities and former paralympian and now Senator, Chantal Petitclerc were both present when the Canadian Paralympic Committee and Swimming Canada announced the para-swimming team that will be heading to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for the 2016 Paralympic Games. (The Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright) The Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright
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The House resumes sitting on Sept. 19 at 11 a.m. after a 13-week break. The House adjourned June 17.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to hold a cabinet meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 20 on the Hill. For more information, call the PMO Press Office at (613) 957-5555.
The Liberals will meet in Room 237-C Centre Block on Parliament Hill. For more information, please call Liberal Party media relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-627-2384.