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Strategists expect bilateral health deals after premiers meet so feds can tailor to provincial, territorial needs

Clockwise from bottom left: Ontario Premier Doug Ford, Alberta Premier Danielle Smith, and Quebec Premier François Legault, along with 10 other provincial and territorial first ministers, will join Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ottawa on Feb. 7 for a high-stakes meeting on health-care. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Jake Wright
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith, left, Quebec Premier François Legault, and Ontario Premier Doug Ford will join Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ottawa on Feb. 7 for a high-stakes meeting on health-care. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Jake Wright

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NDP MP Niki Ashton, left, and Conservative MP James Bezan raised joint concerns over proposed boundary changes affecting First Nations communities in northern Manitoba at the Procedure and House Affairs Committee on Feb. 2. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Sam Garcia
Lawrence Toet, left, former Conservative MP; Cameron Friesen, Manitoba Finance Minister; Branden Leslie, a former ministerial staffer; Réjeanne Caron, a former Conservative candidate and currently a Winnipeg Police Officer; and former provincial Tory staffer Liz Reimer are seeking the Conservative nomination in Portage-Lisgar, Man. Photographs courtesy of House of Commons, Cameron Friesen, Twitter, Linkein and handout.
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Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly, pictured with one of her parliamentary secretaries, Liberal MP Maninder Sidhu, said on Jan. 24 that peace talks are 'always messy and take time.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Then-U.S. president Donald Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured June 8, 2018, at the G7 meeting in Quebec. Twitter has assumed a centrality of place in the political theatre, becoming over the span of a few short years, the main stage on which the cut and thrust of partisan duelling plays out. Photograph courtesy of Global Affairs Canada
Canada must rapidly create, develop and deploy a politically independent and trusted pan-Canadian health information authority 'that has been informed by our infodemic health misinformation experience,' writes Senator Stan Kutcher. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay