The prime minister avoided providing a direct response to questions about his high-profile election promise to hold a competition for replacing the CF-18 fleet.
'As a gay man and Jew, I know I’m a target for ISIL terrorists. I will not let them intimidate me. I will never blame all Muslims either,' he tweeted after the Orlando shooting.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, who stood firmly against the idea of the U.K. leaving the European Union, said he will step down by October. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Members of Parliament share mixed reaction of shock, concern, and optimism for the future of the U.K. and Europe.
Conservative MP Robert Sopuck worries the bill would 'place all animal use in legal jeopardy.'
f the decision stands, the case has the potential to create a Canadian chill over new, disruptive technologies leaving courts to decide what can and cannot be preloaded onto computers and other electronic devices.
The current daily spectacle is an embarrassing exhibition that is practically devoid of content. It is difficult to attribute any purpose to this bizarre phenomenon that is actually reflected in the event.
A marijuana industry official says existing licensed producers could supply just 10 to 15 per cent of what demand will be once recreational use of marijuana is legalized.
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.
Lobbyists say conversations will continue ‘right up until the final vote,’ while the Senate is seen as a ‘wildcard.’
The ban should be changed into a sliding scale from one to five years that applies to all politicians, staff, appointees, and government officials—with a longer cooling-off period for people who have more power and connections, and a shorter cooling-off period for people with neither. The commissioner of lobbying should be empowered to decide the specific period for each person.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau sign a book of condolences for the victims of the Orlando shooting tragedy at the United States Embassy in Ottawa. US Ambassador Bruce Heyman and his wife Vicki were present, and the group shared several rounds of embraces, according to media present at the signing. (Photograph courtesy of the PMO by Adam Scotti) Photograph courtesy of the PMO by Adam Scotti
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Ottawa West Nepean Liberals meet every fourth Monday of the month to discuss current issues of interest in the riding and the country. 7-9 p.m. 117 Centrepointe Dr., Nepean, Ont.
Join the CDA Institute for a roundtable discussion with Richard Fadden, recently retired national security adviser to the prime minister. Not for attribution and no media reporting. June 28. 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. KPMG, 150 Elgin St., suite 1800, Ottawa, Ont. Regular admission $50, CDA Institute donor $25, full-time university students (limited) $15. Includes refreshments and lunch. Register via cdainstitute.ca
U.S. President Barack Obama will visit Ottawa June 29 along with Please call the PMO Press Office at 613-957-555.
University of Ottawa’s Centre on Governance, in collaboration with The Africa Study Group and the National Capital Regional Group of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada present guest Cristina D'Alessandro, professor at Sciences Po Paris and senior fellow at the Centre on Governance. University of Ottawa, Faculty of Social Sciences. 120 University Drive (FSS 4004). Bilingual event. 5:30 to 7 p.m. June 29. Free public lecture. Register online at: http://cogdalessandro.eventbrite.ca