Plus, Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr is going to speak at a conference in Ottawa, former Rogers Publishing president Ken Whyte is launching his own publishing company, and former governor general David Johnston and his wife Sharon Johnston are going to be getting keys to the City of Ottawa.
Canadian actress Sandra Oh pictured with Quebec singer Mitsou, meets Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during last year's 150th celebrations on the Hill on Canada Day. She told TV host Jimmy Kimmel on his show that she has met Mr. Trudeau several times, and said he was very humble. Photograph courtesy of Sandra Oh's Instagram
During a TV appearance on NBC’S Jimmy Kimmel Live, Canadian actress Sandra Oh called Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a “very down to earth” person.
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Groups say they're pleased to see Ottawa picking up the pace, while the Ontario Native Women’s Association says its exclusion 'makes zero sense' and means some women will fall through the cracks in the conversation.
Manitoba Senator Patricia Bovey is pushing to see more diversity represented in the art hanging throughout the building the Upper Chamber calls home, calling the new display the ‘first iteration’ of those efforts.
The efforts of the Ottawa Group were part of just a select few foreign policy priorities mentioned during the Throne Speech, ahead of a 'disappointing' move by the U.S. to appeal a WTO softwood lumber ruling.
New PBO figures do not capture the possibility of any new government programs, and work off the assumption that there will be a 'gradual' relaxing of public health restrictions within the next 12 to 18 months.
'What better time to innovate your election system than during a pandemic? Because you're going to have to start thinking outside of the regular way,' says Stéphanie Plante, who has worked with Elections Canada.