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Manning Conference featured red-carpet style soirée, while Senators get social…media, that is

Bob Fife of The Globe and Mail, Marie Vastel from Le Devoir, and Waubgeshig Rice from CBC Ottawa participating in the panel. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Shaw's Jim Patrick. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Ind. Sen. Chantal Petitclerc. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Conservative Sen. Victor Oh, centre. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

National Post's David Akin with Mark Crtich from This Hour Has 22 Minutes at the Senate Social. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Liberal Sen. Dennis Dawson. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Senate Liberal Grant Mitchell. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Ottawa City Councillor Rick Chiarelli and Independent Sen. Don Meredith. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Canadian Press reporter Joanna Smith, National Post's John Ivison and Vice reporter Justin Ling. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Speaker of the Senate George Furey introducing the new Senate website. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Author and journalist Waubgeshig Rice who hosted the panel Politics via Social Media. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Equal Voice's Jillian LeBlanc and Caitlin Wardrop.The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Conservative leadership candidates Kellie Leitch, Steven Blaney and Deepak Obhrai. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Conservative Leadership candidate Lisa Raitt and Tom Clark. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Conservative MP Gord Brown and Conservative leadership candidate Deepak Obhrai. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Rebel Media's Faith Goldy and Brian Lilley. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Conservative leadership candidate Kevin O'Leary hosted a party at the Side Door in Ottawa ByWard Market.

The crowd at the Side Door last Thursday night in Ottawa's ByWard Market. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Former Conservative cabinet minister Tim Uppal speaking with CPC communications director Cory Hann. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Kevin O'Leary was a popular guy. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Wedding dress designer Justina McCaffrey, left and her posse. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Conservative leadership candidate Kevin O'Leaery chats with a guest. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

The servers. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Policy Magazine editor L. Ian MacDonald and Conservative MP Candice Bergen. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Conservative MP Kelly Block, former Conservative MP Stella Ambler and Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Conservative MP Gerard Deltell. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Conservative leadership candidate Erin O'Toole. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Summa Strategies Michele Austin and former Conservative MP Stella Ambler. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

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