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Stories by Kevin Philipupillai

McKenna gets a new gig, joins Columbia’s Center on Global Energy

Plus, Scotty Greenwood, Art Milnes, and Scott Reid edit a book; Tim Powers will run for a cancer research in the Boston Marathon; and Chelsea Nash returns to The Hill Times.
NDP MP Lori Idlout says the Liberals need to hold companies accountable. ‘Our communities can’t continue to be disregarded when the profit is gone and we’re left to clean up the mess.'
But the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board remains wary of any attempts to write climate concerns into its mandate.
Plus, the new U.S. ambassador enters a bagel imbroglio, and the Korean Cultural Centre has a new online exhibition on a tradition of sharing.
Plus, the House Finance Committee is bringing in Canada's chief statistician to talk about inflation.
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization is down to two finalists in its search for a long-term storage site for high-level nuclear waste.
Plus, hand-sculpted Trudeau bobbleheads are up for sale, new faces join the National Post, and colleagues remember the late former Liberal cabinet minister Bob Speller.
Advocates and experts say they want more from the proposed new Canada Disability Benefit after COVID exposed weaknesses in the existing array of federal programs for people with disabilities.
Plus, it turns out those recyclable coffee pods aren't that recyclable.
NDP emergency preparedness critic Richard Cannings says he is open to the idea, but Ottawa must have a clear exit strategy. 'I don’t envy the people that are trying to design these programs,' he says.
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