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New memoir looks into the Westray coal mine disaster

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Also, MP Tony Clement joins outsiders row, and Conservative Senator Claude Carignan was recently honoured for his work safeguarding journalism.
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Also, Trudeau to apologize for Canada's refusal to admit Jewish refugees in midst of Second World War, and former MP Paul Dewar gets a new key.
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The Quebec Federation of Municipalties and the Coalition of Citizens and Organizations Commmitted to Rail Safety in Lac-Mégantic have called for the reversal of the removal.
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An Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada spokesperson says the working groups on the Canadian dairy sector will be set up in 'short order.'
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Also, a new book looks into the rise and fall of the Energy East pipeline, and pols get in the Halloween spirit.
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Also, an Alberta wildlife corridor is named in honour of Jim Prentice, and the new CBC head is talking fake news at an Ottawa conference.
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Claims are inspired more by each country’s desire to be seen as an Arctic power, and less by extractable value, says Prof. Adam Lajeunesse.
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Parliamentarians who are former journalists should speak out 'very loudly' to defend global press freedom, says Conservative MP Peter Kent.
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Also, Politico hits Canadian airwaves, and David Reevely has left the Ottawa Citizen to work for The Canadian Press.
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Also, a new book by former oil economist explores the connection between oil and geopolitics, and astronauts will give their insights before a screening of a new space movie.
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By 2025, Canada may face a pilot shortage of 3,000 pilots, double if Transport Canada adopts new flight crew fatigue regulations.
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Also, Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre and his wife recently welcomed their first child, and Conservative leader and former House Speaker Andrew Scheer unveiled his official portrait.
The NDP and Bloc Québécois have called for Canada to cancel the sale of LAVs to Saudi Arabia in the wake of the reported murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
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Also, let’s get digital, Scott Brison tells the public service, and familiar faces are appointed as consuls general in Los Angeles and Detroit.
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The Canadian government has focused on attracting international students to Canada, now it has to do the same for encouraging Canadian students to study abroad, says a former Canadian International Development Agency
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'China has not shown a lot of enthusiasm for sectoral deals,' says Charles Burton, a former aide in Canada's embassy in Beijing.
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Also, new Canadians become citizens in the company of clouds, and call for submissions announced for the Donner Prize.
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‘When you break norms, those norms are very difficult to re-establish,’ says one former policy adviser to the Canadian Embassy in Washington, D.C.
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Also, a new 'controversial' book offers a blueprint to radically change Canadian health care, and an interprovincial trade conference will be hosted in Ottawa.
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Also, a new book on the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster reveals it could happen again, and the Supreme Court enters the 1990s.
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The House Immigration Committee is exploring a broad study on migration challenges and opportunities in the 21st century.
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Also, a former GG and a Hill Times columnist have new books out this month, and the expelled Canadian Saudi ambassador will speak about the Middle East at an Ottawa event.
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'This is the goal of the Russian effort, to completely annihilate the civic engagement of a coming generation of young people in democracies,' says U.S. Naval College professor Tom Nichols.
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Some stakeholders say that the government should set the targets for greenhouse gas emissions from fuel, but allow producers to reach the target on their own.
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Also, MP Todd Doherty was given an award for his life-saving heroics, and the Governor General adds two new faces to the Red Chamber.
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Liberal MPs say they have 'ample' opportunity to raise concerns with party leadership and the PMO.
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Also, PM Trudeau tries to woo the older vote with interview in Zoomer Magazine, and softball a team made up of NDP staffers are once again champions of the annual Parliament Hill Softball League.
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Also, party shakeups make for some unusual House seat mates, and a billboard pushes Canada to help free a Canadian's imprisoned Honduran partner.
Insiders and observers weigh in on who impacts Canada’s decisions on diplomacy, trade, defence, development, and immigration.
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Tory aide Michael Bailey, and veteran of the list Colleen Knight came in at No. 3 and No. 4, respectively, on this year's overall Terrific 25 Staffers' list.
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The NDP's Nathan Cullen, and Conservatives Pierre Poilievre, Andrew Scheer, and Michelle Rempel also took top honours.
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Also, Maxime Bernier may have found a new campaign song, and the husband of Canada's newest ambassador to Poland was a Hill reporter.

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