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The Red Violin screening brings together the political and artistic realms for a night on the town

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The screening featured the NAC Orchestra playing its original score in celebration of 20th anniversary of the film's release.
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Officials in charge of Centre Block's renovation told the Procedure and House Affairs Committee on Dec. 10 that the next year would be spent developing a detailed budget, timeline, and plan for work.
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'It means a lot because of where I started at Carleton, and where I’m ending up,' says Yaprak Baltacioglu.
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Liberal House Finance Committee chair Wayne Easter says he thinks the finance minister, his staff and bureaucrats have been listening.
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Meanwhile, some MPs say they're still frustrated by the lack of constituency office support on Phoenix cases, and efforts continue to reduce the pay-problem case backlog, which on Nov. 28 was 289,000 open files.
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The night also celebrated the reopening of the French embassy's Salon de Bouleaux, which had undergone renovations in September.
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The Hot Room, located at 350-N, gives regional correspondents and freelancers colleagues to bounce ideas off of and grow, says Winnipeg Free Press reporter Dylan Robertson.
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Meanwhile, contract negotiation talks are also slow-going between the Union of Taxation Employees and the Canada Revenue Agency, said UTE president Marc Brière.
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‘We’ve got a team of six full-time public servants working on LGBTQ matters every day, every week. That’s not something we had two years ago,” says LGBTQ adviser Randy Boissonnault.
Meanwhile, the Speakers and Parliamentary leaders said goodbye to Centre Block, along with about 300-400 other guests.
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The makeup of the journalism panel that will advise the government on its plan and determine who is eligible for the benefits seems to be causing the most concern within the journalism community.
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The byelection, which takes place Dec. 3, was triggered by former Conservative MP Gord Brown's death on May 2.
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After social media hacks, Parliamentarians say more should be done to educate themselves and their staff.
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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.
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David Saint-Jacques blasts off to space on Dec. 3, along with Russian Oleg Kononenko and American Anne McClain.
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That includes Burnaby South, B.C, where NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is running.
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'You have a choice. You don’t have to sit on that committee,' says Elizabeth May.
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Opening salvo ‘certainly sends a signal that we are very serious,’ says union leader Chris Aylward.
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Audrey Tang was part of an activist movement that occupied Taiwan's Parliament in 2014. Two years later, she was made digital minister.
Female MPs of all parties say that MPs should call out anyone who engages in inappropriate behaviour on the Hill.
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Two full-time and two part-time staff and one freelancer were laid off Nov. 8 in the wake of Torstar’s $1.4-million purchase Oct. 1, though new editor Marco Vigliotti was also hired.
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It involves keeping quiet and rebuilding trust in his riding, they say, though it’s a long-shot he’ll be let back into the Conservative fold.
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For Annie Bergeron-Oliver, journalism was just "the family business."
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Meanwhile, 47 college students showed off their applied research projects at the annual Colleges and Institutes Canada's annual student showcase.
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The union held its 99th annual general meeting Nov. 2 and 3, where delegates decided not to adopt a resolution to create a new Professionals Canada organization for contractors.
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Funding for the $4.5-billion pipeline purchase was handled as a transfer between Crown corporations, says the Treasury Board Secretariat.
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NDP MP Nathan Cullen said he got the distinct feeling he wasn't 'dealing with the decision maker' when speaking to the minister or parliamentary secretary about his portfolio.
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The documentary You Are Here: A Come From Away story tells the tales of the people behind the hit Broadway musical.
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Known by some as 'Shoddy Air,’ staff at the Terrasses de la Chaudière building complex were told they could work from home due to recent asbestos concerns, after years of other air-quality problems.
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The tenure of deputy ministers was one hotly-debated topic this spring by auditor general Michael Ferguson and PCO Clerk Michael Wernick.
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The book, My Stories, My Times, was mostly written by hand, former PM Jean Chrétien told the crowd at his book launch event Oct. 25.
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Power, Prime Ministers, and the Press details the parliamentary press gallery's 150 years of history, as well as the politicians covered by it.

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