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‘Most of major attacks on democracy in C-23 left untouched by Senators’ in committee report, say NDP, Libs

‘Most of major attacks on democracy in C-23 left untouched by Senators’ in committee report, say NDP, Libs
NDP, Liberal MPs find the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee’s amendments puzzling.

Senate committee’s proposed changes to feds’ elections bill look like a lifeline for Poilievre

Senate committee’s proposed changes to feds’ elections bill look like a lifeline for Poilievre
A Senate committee on Tuesday proposed amendments to the Harper government’s controversial election legislation that looked more like a lifeline for besieged Minister of State for Democratic Reform Minister Pierre Poilievre than a response to nearly unanimous opposition to the bill that MPs and Senators heard during more than three weeks of condensed hearings from electoral experts and citizen groups.

House breaks, Cabinet ministers publicize $31.2-million in government funding announcements so far

House breaks, Cabinet ministers publicize $31.2-million in government funding announcements so far
Nine Cabinet Ministers and at least one backbench MP launched Parliament’s two-week spring recess with a binge of $31.2-million in government funding announcements, records of the statements show.

FEATURE

‘Jim never forgot his working-class roots’

‘Jim never forgot his working-class roots’
MPs recall former finance minister Jim Flaherty, whose sense of humour connected him to people.

‘We lost the war in Afghanistan and it broke my heart’: Graeme Smith

‘We lost the war in Afghanistan and it broke my heart’: Graeme Smith
Graeme Smith takes a grisly look at Afghanistan in his bestselling book, The Dog Are Eating Them Now: Our War in Afghanistan.

Agriculture

Agriculture

April 21, 2014
LIST/CHART/SURVEYS
  • Cabinet’s Directors of Communications and Chiefs of Staff List 2014, updated
  • The 81 Closest Ridings Where MPs Won by 10 Per Cent or Less
  • Conservative Policy Convention Agenda
THIS WEEK'S HILL TIMES
Conservatives unhappy with Poilievre’s ‘bombastic’ style on elections overhaul bill
Tories could continue Senate suspensions of Brazeau, Wallin, Duffy into new session: Senate
‘Absolutely ludicrous’ to eliminate voter information cards: NDP, Libs
Privacy laws governing parties should be discussed, but parties need flexibility: Wexler
Karygiannis bows out, Scarborough-Agincourt byelection won’t be a ‘cakewalk’
Karygiannis bows out, Scarborough-Agincourt byelection won’t be a ‘cakewalk’
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
EDITORIAL
Mary Walsh dares politicos to ambush her for a change
Come on down! 'The only comedy festival you can skate to,' Rick Mercer invites Hill Times readers to the Cracking up the Capital Comedy Festival in Ottawa, Feb. 5-8, 2014

Parliamentary Calendar
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
HILL LIFE & PEOPLE SLIDESHOWS
Former Liberal deputy prime minister Herb Gray dies at age 82: some photos from his life on the Hill April 22, 2014

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Herb Gray, the former Liberal MP, Cabinet minister, and deputy prime minister, pictured here with his daughter Elizabeth Gray-Smith, died on Monday, April 21 at the age of 82. He served in Parliament of 39 years and was one of Canada's longest-serving MPs.
The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Herb Gray and his former assistant Eugene Lang, pictured at a Hill reception.
The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Herb Gray, pictured on his way to a U.S. Embassy's Fourth of July party in Ottawa. Mr. Gray may have not been in the House in his later years, but he regularly attended Hill-related receptions.
The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Herb Gray at a menorah-lighting ceremony on the Hill.
The Hill Times photograph by Terry McDonald
Herb Gray, pictured back in his Centre Block office when he was in government.
The Hill Times photograph by Terry McDonald
Herb Gray, pictured in his Centre Block office, being interviewed by Bill Curry, who was a reporter for The Hill Times.
The Hill Times photograph by Terry McDonald
Herb Gray, pictured in his Centre Block office back when he was in government.
The Hill Times file photograph
Herb Gray, pictured on the Hill posing for The Hill Times.
The Hill Times file photograph
Herb Gray, pictured on the Hill back when he was a Cabinet minister.
The Hill Times file photograph
Herb Gray, pictured on Parliament Hill.
The Hill Times photograph by Terry McDonald
Herb Gray pictured with his wife, Sharon Sholzberg, on the Hill.
The Hill Times file photograph
Herb Gray, pictured in a Hill scrum.
The Hill Times file photograph
Jim Peterson and Herb Gray, pictured on a rainy day on the Hill.
The Hill Times file photograph
Jim Peterson and Herb Gray.
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Herb Gray, centre, pictured with the late Liberal MP Shaughnessy Cohen, and Windsor Star Hill reporter Paul McKeague, during a Hill fire drill.
The Hill Times file photograph
Herb Gray, who went esophagus cancer in 1996 and beat it, is pictured here in a Hill scrum.
The Hill Times file photograph
Herb Gray, pictured at a Parliamentary Press Gallery Dinner on the Hill.
The Hill Times file photograph by Terry McDonald
Herb Gray, pictured at the Lester B. Pearson Building in Ottawa on his way into a special Cabinet minister back when he was a Cabinet minister.
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Herb Gray, pictured in a Hill scrum. Allan Thompson, left, was a reporter with The Toronto Star, and Paul McKeague, pictured right behind Mr. Gray, was never far behind the MP from Windsor.
The Hill Times file photograph
Herb Gray in another Hill scrum.
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Herb Gray in his Centre Block office back when he was a Cabinet minister. He collected, framed, and hung up most of the editorial cartoons of himself in his Centre Block office.
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Herb Gray and his many framed cartoons.
The Hill Times photograph by Kate Malloy
Herb Gray and his editorial cartoons, pictured in his Centre Block office.

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