From celebrating CPAC’s rebrand and new programming, to sending CBC’s chief moustache Terry Milewski off in style.
After 38 years CBC correspondent Terry Milewski is signing off. Friends and colleagues, including Carleton journalism professor Christopher Waddell and CBC's Sharon Musgrave, joined him to say 'see you later' at the Métropolitain Brasserie on Oct. 5. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
OTTAWA—Out with the old and in with new beginnings and next chapters.
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