In the weeks ahead, the prime minister faces the challenge of filling a cabinet representative of the country after his party failed to pick up seats in Alberta and Saskatchewan. The new cabinet will be sworn in Nov. 20.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau makes his way to the National Press Theatre on Oct. 23 for his first presser since his re-election. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians expect their next Parliament to develop strong climate measures and to address pervasive concerns about the cost of living.
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PIPSC president Debi Daviau says amount spent on outsourcing has increased ‘despite commitment by the government to reduce spending on external consultants to 2005 levels,’ at union’s annual general meeting.
The process of new MPs learning where their Ottawa offices will be will begin after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces who will be making up his re-jigged cabinet on Nov. 20, the government whip said last week.