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House may need to sit in summer to pass new NAFTA deal, says Trade Committee chair

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‘I've never seen that before, but it's doable,’ says Liberal MP Mark Eyking. But MPs still say the Americans should make the first move toward ratification.
Plus, Celina Caesar-Chavannes named Viola Desmond Award winner, and Jagmeet Singh takes seat on Iron Throne.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, ITK's Taste of the Arctic takes to the NAC, and the Grits are fundraising after 12 Tory MPs attended an anti-abortion rally.
News|By Neil Moss
MPs said many American members of Congress were not aware of Canada's looming election and the timeline for Canada to ratify the renegotiated trade pact.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, newsroom cuts expected at CTV, and the Globe and Mail, and Mulroney whip and Harper mentor Jim Hawkes dies at 84.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Bloomberg's Wingrove feted at Brixton's, and Pamela Goldsmith-Jones will not seek re-election.
News|By Neil Moss
Critics say nurturing the relationship between the Canadian and U.S. leaders hasn’t been properly prioritized by the Liberals, leaving Canada out in the cold.
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Plus, Gerald Butts to join consulting firm, and Kelsey Johnson starts at Reuters on May 21.
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In a wide-ranging interview, Science Minister Kirsty Duncan talks about the Liberal science legacy, the 2019 budget, equity, and the soon-to-be launched Athena SWAN project.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Wingrove shindig happening May 9 at Brixton's, and World Press Freedom award winners say Canada access system broken.
News|By Neil Moss
Few details have been released on the funding for low Earth orbiting satellites in the 2019 budget.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Trudeau's China gaffe, and Liberal MP and amateur comic Rodger Cuzner to exit the political stage.
News|By Neil Moss
The feds hope small- and medium-sized businesses take advantage of new export opportunities, but transportation costs may deter many.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Trudeau turns The Simpsons down, and Jagmeet Singh's new book details sexual assault he faced as child.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Liberal candidate Allan Thompson releases book on Rwandan genocide, and MLI names Charles Burton and J. Michael Cole as new fellows.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Tory MP Mark Warawa is hoping for a 'miracle' as he battles cancer, and Supreme Court Justice Clément Gascon is set to retire from the top court in the fall.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, veteran Tory Rob Nicholson adds his name to growing list of MPs saying farewell to the House of Commons, and John Ivison pens book on Justin Trudeau.
News|By Neil Moss
Critics point to the Canadian Infrastructure Bank providing a loan for a Montreal transportation project, which was originally highlighted as a potential investment opportunity.
News|By Neil Moss
Canadian peacekeepers have been ‘lucky,’ says Conservative James Bezan, pointing to a January attack on another UN base.
News|By Neil Moss
In a wide-ranging interview, Infrastructure Minister François-Philippe Champagne talks about the Liberals' $190-billion infrastructure plan, investment in Canada's North, and the SNC-Lavalin affair.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, the LAC Foundation is launched with a bash, and Nick Kouvalis to team up with Lisa Raitt, others in the upcoming election.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, veteran Tory MP Kevin Sorenson and Independent MP Tony Clement will not be on the ballot in October, and the Rugby World Cup trophy pays a visit to West Block.
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Foreign ownership limit increases are just one 'lever' to be used for greater commercial airline competition in Canada, says David Timothy Duval.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Alex Nuttall won't seek re-election, and Catherine Cano named administrator of International Organization of la Francophonie.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, the second annual Women on the Hill shindig will be on April 8, and APTN broadcasts its 'first' NHL game in Cree, but NDP MP Romeo Saganash says he has it beat.
News|By Neil Moss
Half of all committee trips that have had their travel budgets approved by the Liaison Committee's Budgets Subcommittee since November have not been granted travel authority by the House of Commons.
News|By Neil Moss
In a wide-ranging Q&A, Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi discusses the energy transition, the Liberals investment in the green economy, and the impact of joining the International Renewable Energy Agency.
Feature|By Neil Moss
The NDP Leader will release a memoir in April, and a new podcast series profiles Canada’s 12 female first ministers.
News|By Neil Moss
In a wide-ranging interview, Canada's new agriculture minister talks trade deals, supply management, carbon pricing, China's canola import limits, and being the first woman in the post.
Plus, Libby Davies has penned a political memoir, former Mulroney PMO staffer Bill Fox is recovering from a health scare, and Globe and Mail assistant editor Chris Hannay is taking on a new assignment.

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