New beginnings: Catherine Cullen goes on maternity leave, John Ivison welcomes baby boy, and Vassy Kapelos gets engaged
By Neil MossJan. 23, 2019
Plus, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau will host a fundraising yoga event, and Larry Miller will not run for re-election.
Catherine Cullen, left, is stepping away from CBC's parliamentary bureau to go on maternity leave, as John Ivison, middle, welcomes a son, and Vassy Kapelos, right, got engaged. The Hill Times photographs by Shruti Shekar and Kristen Shane, and photograph courtesy of CBC
CBC reporter Catherine Cullen is on a new assignment, as she is starting her maternity leave.
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