Politics This Morning: Trudeau and Amazon to make announcement in Vancouver; Brison to announce move to ‘modernize’ elections; Senators to study sexual harassment in military; AG in Iqaluit to discuss report on climate change in Nunavut
April 29, 2018
Acting Democratic Institutions Minister Scott Brison will be announcing a change to Canada's federal elections process this afternoon in the National Press Theatre. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
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