Chicken Farmers party with Olympians, while MacAulay celebrates 30 years, and Newfoundland Shed shindig draws hundreds
By Emily HawsNov. 26, 2018
Now-retired Rio Olympic swimmers Brittany McLean and Hillary Caldwell were at the Chicken Farmers' event, promoting a partnership between the Chicken Farmers and Swimming Canada.
Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay and Health Minister Ginette Petitpas-Taylor at last Wednesday's party celebrating Mr. MacAulay's 30 consecutive years in the House. He was first elected to represent Cardigan, P.E.I., in 1988. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
If you were looking to party hop last week, Nov. 21 would have been the night for you. At least five parties in the Parliamentary Precinct had people mingling, jiving, and sharing a bite to eat with friends.
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