Plus, Warren Kinsella is added to the Green Party's war room, and Pierre Pettigrew is named Asia Pacific Foundation board chair.
Put a tie on: Marguerite Charlebois, left, made sure all male diners at the Parliamentary Restaurant, including Liberal MP Mark Eyking, right, pictured in 2009, wore the customary tie. Photograph courtesy of Mitchel Raphael
For 38 years, Marguerite Charlebois could be found amongst prime ministers, cabinet ministers, MPs, and Senators at the historic Parliamentary Restaurant.
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