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Parliamentary Calendar
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
HILL LIFE & PEOPLE SLIDESHOWS
Bob Rae launches his book What's Happened to Politics? in Ottawa Sept. 3, 2015

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Former interim Liberal leader, Ontario premier and NDP MP Bob Rae launched his latest book, What's Happened to Politics?, in Ottawa at Carisse Studio Cafe on Sept. 3.
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Bob Rae signs his book What's Happened to Politics? at the Carisse Studio Cafe.
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Canadian Press reporter Joan Bryden speaks with Bob Rae at his book launch.
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Liberal candidate Catherine McKenna, running in Ottawa Centre, pictured with former Jean Chrétien staffer Bruce Hartley.
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Parliament Now and New Edinburgh News editor Christina Leadlay interviews Bob Rae about his new book, What's Happened to Politics?
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Photographer Jean-Marc Carisse, left, speaks with former Liberal minister John Manley, right, and Liberal Senator Joseph Day, centre.
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Jean-Jacques Blais speaks to Sharon Sholzberg-Gray.
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Gowlings partner Jacques Shore.
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The crowd at the Carisse Studio Cafe for Bob Rae's book launch.
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Bob Rae speaks with Stephen Hendrie.
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Canada 2020's Tim Barber.
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Liberal Senator James Cowan.
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Liberal candidate Catherine McKenna, running in Ottawa Centre, introduces Bob Rae at the book launch. She said he was an early supporter of hers when she started the organization Canadian Lawyers Abroad.
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Former Jean Chretien staffer Eddie Goldenberg.
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Bob Rae speaks about his new book and answers questions from the audience.

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