Tuesday, July 7, 2015
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NEWS

Consortium looking to firm up debate dates in crowded field

Parties are evaluating the potential risks and rewards of participating in the various debates on offer, as well as their timing.

Tories raise $20.1-million in 2014, 11 per cent increase

Tories raise $20.1-million in 2014, 11 per cent increase
NDP raise $9.5-million, Liberals raise $15-million and Greens raise $3-million, according to the parties' annual financial transaction reports filed with Elections Canada and made public today.

Senate passes Bill C-377 then rises for summer

Senate passes Bill C-377 then rises for summer
Senate Liberals, three Conservatives vote against controversial union financial transparency bill.

FEATURE

‘I hope he hasn’t changed the country, fundamentally, but he certainly has been working at it’

‘I hope he hasn’t changed the country, fundamentally, but he certainly has been working at it’
Brooke Jeffrey talks about Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s conservative vision for the economy, federalism, and domestic and foreign policies. And it ain’t pretty.

Aboriginal Opportunities

Aboriginal Opportunities

June 15, 2015
LIST/CHART/SURVEYS
  • Manning Centre Networking Conference Schedule
  • Organizations that Have Lobbied on 'Climate' in 2014
  • MPs Not Running For Re-Election 2015
THIS WEEK'S HILL TIMES
Senior public servants shouldn't run for political office: Savoie
Senate Internal Economy Committee to decide over summer months which AG recommendations to implement
Conservative Senator, satirical play, legal case, media comments all cited in Crosbie rejection
Senate’s rise a ‘lost opportunity’ to pass more PMBs, say MPs
NDP whittles away at the Conservatives’ voting coalition
NDP whittles away at the Conservatives’ voting coalition
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
EDITORIAL
Sights and sounds from inside the 2015 media budget lock-up in Ottawa
Armed RCMP clear Sparks Street and seach building tops for shooters
Parliamentary Calendar
Sunday, July 12, 2015
HILL LIFE & PEOPLE SLIDESHOWS
Fourth of July party at U.S. ambassador's residence July 6, 2015

The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

The dance floor was packed all evening, as The Digs played an assortment of Motown tunes. Even the Band of the Governor General's Foot Guards got in on the fun.

The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

U.S. Ambassador to Canada Bruce Heyman addressing a tent full of diplomats early in the evening, joined by his wife, Vicki, and Foreign Affairs Minister Rob Nicholson and his wife, Arlene.

The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

Foreign Affairs Minister Rob Nicholson addressing a tent full of diplomats early in the evening, with his wife Arlene and Mr. and Mrs. Heyman.

The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

U.S. Ambassador Bruce Heyman getting down on the dance floor, as Donna Chevrier, owner of Ola Cocina restaurant, looks on.

The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

Bruce and Vicki Heyman, joined onstage by their two daughters, Liza and Caroline.

The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

Bruce and Vicki Heyman testing out one of the vintage cars on display.

The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

Cakes from Eli's Cheesecake were flown in from Chicago just for the event—salted caramel, chocolate chip and blackberry sour cream. Shockingly, no pie was served at these Fourth of July festivities.

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