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Dynamic father-daughter duo: Craig Oliver and Annie Bergeron-Oliver now both working at CTV national

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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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Conservative MP David Sweet applauds the work of the ombudsman's office, but wants to make the ombudsman an officer of Parliament, giving it more teeth.
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Former Liberal cabinet ministers David Collenette, Tony Valeri, and Stan Keyes were spotted.
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The ‘perception versus the reality seems to be a little out of whack,’ says Public Service Commission president Patrick Borbey.
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Long processes, problematic procurement tools, and security clearances were noted as the top complaints of both federal officials and suppliers in the last year.
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The Conservatives and the CAQ have shared some candidates and ideas, but are not directly linked.
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Union leader Dany Richard says he sometimes tells his members ‘don’t bark too much’ when they have issues with hiring to avoid problems the next time around.
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Sparkles and satin were on display as guests dressed in their best to see the Motown Queen perform Oct. 3.
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Parliament Hill is a unique place to work with equally unique stressors on mental health, such as job instability, long hours, and loneliness.
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'I’m stepping away with... perhaps a lighter load on the shoulders, but a heavy heart,' says iPolitics publisher James Baxter.
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Meanwhile, the Union of Taxation Employees demands the government allow the CRA to pay its own employees using an expanded version of its Corporate Administration System.
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About 30 people stopped by Brixton's pub on Sept. 26 to wish Laura Stone well as she heads to Toronto to cover Ontario's provincial legislature.
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Meanwhile, Graham Flack and Chantal Maheu have been tapped to fill Louise Levonian and Lori Sterling's former positions at Employment and Social Development.
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Bruce Anderson’s crew kept with the usual country theme for their annual Blacksheep Inn hoedown, this time raising more than $200,00 for a new political journalism internship.
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Government relations pros turned out to Tavern on the Hill on Sept. 13 for heat, hot dogs, and hops.
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Among those recognized for their work was a group that created a reference document to help public servants support colleagues in the transgender community.
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On this fall's to-attend list: the Political Party, the NAC Gala, Canada's Great Kitchen Party, and the return of Harvest Noir.
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PSAC's fall priorities include getting the government to table legislation to combat overpayment tax issues.
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The veterans advocate who filed the lawsuit, Sean Bruyea, says he'll appeal the ruling.
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Before Phoenix, pay-related grievances made up about 12 per cent of the complaints filed with the bureaucrats’ labour board. That jumped to 50 per cent and 41 per cent in the two fiscal years afterwards.
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The union’s elections committee rules say it will remove ‘any statements that are false, misleading, or unsubstantiated’ from candidate submissions.
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The Carleton Conservative MP's home mailer states that there were zero "public servants with Phoenix pay problems under the Conservatives government."
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Nancy Chahwan takes over as chief human resources officer, which one ex-PS manager said signals the government is 'bringing in some pretty big guns' to get Phoenix fixed.

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