NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh sometimes goes by only his first name in press releases and event announcements. Ex-NDP national director Karl Bélanger says this is a way of connecting with the audience. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Diplomats, lawyers, and jail guards, among others, are still hoping to reach contracts.
The Red Chamber’s national security and legal committees haven’t met since June after this summer's retirement of their respective chairs.
Historian Paul Litt dives into Trudeaumania and comes up with fresh, new perspectives.
Alex Marland talks about his book Brand Command: Canadian Politics and Democracy in the Age of Message Control.
Peteris Ustubs's previous experience working on the Americas file helped him prepare for his time as EU ambassador to Canada.
Our world is rapidly changing, and Canada needs to keep up. Join The Walrus Talks and Concordia for The Walrus Talks Disruption, happening at the National Arts Centre, 1 Elgin St., on Oct. 24, 7-9 p.m. Seven speakers—including CBC radio host Terry O'Reilly, writer Lisa Charleyboy, and more—will discuss changes in health care, technology, industry, media, and more. Full event details and tickets are available online at thewalrus.ca/events.
Join university presidents, students, and researchers from across Canada for a fun fall gathering in the spirit of a campus homecoming celebration. Tuesday, Oct. 24. 6:30 p.m. Riviera, 62 Sparks St. By invitation only. For inquiries, please contact email@example.com or 613-563-3961 (226).
The bank is expected to make its latest interest rate announcement as well as publish its quarterly Monetary Policy Report. 10 a.m.
On Oct. 25, Statistics Canada will release data from the 2016 census on immigration and ethnocultural diversity, housing, and Aboriginal peoples.