Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014
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‘We do not condone the abuse or mistreatment of animals’

Harper’s decision to get involved in Middle East may put Canada at risk

Canadians tested by despicable attack on our Armed Forces

AECL pension contributions safe, says AECL’s Quinn

AECL Chalk River to be forced to walk off job

Feds’ decision on RCMP’s muskrat hats sends strong message

CPHA wants national inquiry into murdered aboriginal women

CETA could undermine environment, says Green Party

Tackling toxic pollution: Will Ontario outpace Canada?

Climate reality greatest challenge ever faced by humankind

How Canada can lead again on climate change

We need a clean energy strategy, Mr. Carson

Veterans Affairs Minister Fantino must do better, writes Kovacs

Party leaders, all MPs should pass Reform Act, writes reader

Engage in democracy, says reader

Voters yearning for a change in next election, says reader

‘Innovative medicines bring great value to Canadians’: Williams

NDP should boldly go where no one has gone before: Kazdan

U.S. President Obama says Ukraine a ‘moment of testing’ for NATO

Canada should use influence to push decentralization in Ukraine


Parliamentary Calendar
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Maher, Den Tandt's Barrack Hill Balladeers perform at Tunes for Ottawa Food Bank shindig at D'Arcy's, Dec. 17 Dec. 18, 2014

Photograph courtesy of Dylan Robertson
D'Arcy McGees was packed on Wednesday night as Hill journalists, staffers. GR and PR folks came out to raise money for the Ottawa Food Bank.
Photograph courtesy of Mark Bourrie
Stephen Maher and Michael Den Tant performing alongside fellow Barrack Hill Balladeers at D'Arcy's Wednesday night.
Photograph courtesy of Stephen Maher
Mark Fraser and Bobby Watt start off the evening with Irish folk song Carrickfergus.
Embassy News Photograph courtesy of Laura Beaulne-Stuebing
Mark Fraser, Stephen Maher, Michael Den Tant and Celeste Côté.
The Hill Times photograph by Rachel Aiello
The Barrack Hill Balladeers had been practising for a while before their performance, said Stephen Maher. The crowd enjoyed them.