Liberal MP Randy Boissonnault sings at Carnegie Hall in New York City, Joe Lofaro leaves the CBC to join the Senate as a content writer, and International Trade Minister François-Philippe Champagne wins an award from the Forest Products Association of Canada.
CBC's This Hour Has 22 Minutes' Mark Critch proposed to his girlfriend Melissa Royle on May 19 in England. Photograph courtesy of Twitter
Congrats are in order for CBC’s This Hour Has 22 Minutes’ Mark Critch who got engaged to his girlfriend Melissa Royle.
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