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Agents provocateurs nothing new, probably not unethical, says former Tory strategist

By Leslie MacKinnon      


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Record-breaking lobbying in June as election buzz, end of sitting drive activity

Lobbyists filed 2,398 communication reports in the federal registry last month, pushing activity up nine per cent compared to June 2020.

Stakes are high for three federal party leaders in next election but O’Toole ‘under the most pressure,’ say politicos

News|By Abbas Rana
Even if Justin Trudeau is not able to win a majority in the next election, the prime minister will make his own decision about his future as there's no one in the caucus who will challenge his leadership, say pollsters.

Liberals’ ‘just transition’ short on details, but it won’t come cheap, says labour group

The government is now gathering input for legislation to aid energy workers who could be pushed out of work by the move towards a net-zero economy.

National Liberal campaign director Ishmael advises candidates to rent campaign offices for two months: Liberal sources

News|By Abbas Rana
The Liberal Party announced the names of regional campaign directors at a July 19 online meeting of candidates and riding campaign officials, Liberal sources told The Hill Times.

Businesses need federal investment in cybersecurity, says Beatty

News|By Matt Horwood
Businesses’ failure to implement adequate security can lead to ‘profound economic consequences,’ according to Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Canada.

Qualtrough, a three-time Paralympic medalist, says Tokyo Games can be ‘moment of hope’

As Canadian athletes prepare to compete at the Tokyo Olympics, several Olympians and Paralympians who now serve in Parliament reflect on how the Games have shaped their approach to public service.

Sharp-witted ISG Senator Keating remembered as a ‘relentless champion’ with an ‘insatiable intellect,’ sardonic sense of humour

When ISG Sen. Judith Keating spoke, ‘she had something important to say,’ says Senator Yuen Pau Woo, and people ‘paid attention.’

NDP ad previews political fight for progressive votes, makes ‘compelling case,’ say digital experts

News|By Matt Horwood
The 30-second spot portrays NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh as someone who is on Canadians' side and is 'fighting for them,' according to the NDP.

Election campaign call ‘critical’ for O’Toole to break through and bridge gap with Liberals following pandemic, say politicos

News|By Mike Lapointe
According to a July 16 Angus Reid poll, would-be voters put the parties most likely to end up forming government—the Liberals or the Conservatives—in a statistical tie.
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