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‘Sharp and relentless’: Julie Van Dusen retires from Hill reporting after more than 30 years

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Plus, Liberal MP Lenore Zann calls for a public inquiry into the Nova Scotia shooting, and former opposition leader Michel Gauthier has died at 70.
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'I think we do need to review the activities of the legislative association,' says Conservative MP and vice-chair Michael Cooper.
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Plus, Torstar gets new owners as Postmedia is set to lay off 'approximately' 40, and a new book looks back at the Marc Nadon affair.
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The rules-based international order as it once was 'no longer exists,' says Canadian International Council president Ben Rowswell.
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Plus, Stephen Harper places partial blame for his 2015 electoral defeat at the hands of Canadian media, and a webinar on the future of Canada-China relations will feature former envoy Guy Saint-Jacques.
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A Global Affairs trade official told the House Committee on International Trade in March that Canada has had little engagement with the United States on reforming the WTO to date.
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Plus, former NDP staffer Carole Saab is named new CEO of Federation of Canadian Municipalities, and the Red Chamber and the University of Victoria will partner to bring a virtual forum on bridging divides.
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Plus, Conservative pundit Rachel Curran joins Facebook's public policy group, and Bill Fox pens book on political communication in the post-truth age.
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Plus, MPs take part in a health care fundraiser on International Nurses Day, and the Supreme Court will resume hearings online in June.
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In some of the 12 calls with various world leaders Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has had since April 29, he has raised the topic of Canada's UN Security Council campaign, according to a government official.
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Plus, Senator Paula Simons has launched a five-part podcast on Albertan identity and culture, and Craig Dalton has departed the veterans ombudsman office after a year and a half.
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'When you are trying to fix a fiscal problem, inevitably national defence is part of the way governments have tended to try and fix that,' says defence procurement expert David Perry.
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'We are reading IMF reports on Canada, we are reading PBO reports on Canada, we should be reading the minister of finance's fiscal update,' says Kevin Page.
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Plus, Brendan Kelly wins Dafoe Prize for book on Canada's first Francophone envoy in D.C., and former PCO clerk Michael Wernick to talk public service after the pandemic.
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Plus, Grant Mitchell bids adieu to the Red Chamber, and Dominic Barton to participate in Canadian International Council event away from public eyes.
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Conservative Senate Leader Don Plett says he was given 'a direct promise' from the government that the CUSMA wouldn't enter into force before August.
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Plus, Perrin Beatty is honoured with Japan's Order of the Rising Sun, and Postmedia shutters 15 local newspapers and cuts salaries.
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Canada's Ambassador to the UN, Marc-André Blanchard, wouldn't say whether he thinks Canada has the necessary votes to win a place on the Security Council.
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Plus, former Tory MP James Rajotte named Alberta’s point person in D.C., and Margaret Trudeau has been taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation after fire.
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'As flawed as these institutions are, I think they have to be supported by Canada and uniquely by Canada, because Canada gets its influence through multilateral organizations,' says Liberal MP John McKay.
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Backbench MPs who typically make up a majority of the House of Commons have had their presence shrink as cabinet members and House officers make up the majority of the Chamber in COVID-19 sittings.
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Plus, a guide to Canada's national security apparatus will be released later this year, and former Liberal MP Aileen Carroll dies at 75.
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Plus, Bloomberg's Kait Bolongaro joins the Parliamentary Press Gallery.
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'Generally, [Donald Trump] makes pronouncements and they get quietly walked back because they ... make no sense for America to say nothing for Canada,' says former diplomat Roy Norton.
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COVID-19 is not an 'adequate reason' to limit consular access to detained Canadians in China and 'violate' the Canada-China consular agreement, says former diplomat Charles Burton.
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Plus, Senator Donna Dasko joins group looking into social impacts of COVID-19, and former Supreme Court justice Peter Cory dies at 94.
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Plus, Senator Griffin calls for more domestic farmers, and the Donner Prize will be awarded in November.
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'We are dealing with an administration that is both very unpredictable, very much America first, [and] not long-term thinking in terms of its relationship with its allies,' says former diplomat Michael Kergin.
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Plus, Liberal MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith launches a new podcast, and Ipsos' Darrell Bricker will host a webinar on public opinion during the COVID-19 crisis.
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Plus, interim Auditor General Sylvain Ricard to keep post for another half year, and CANSEC joins list of cancelled conventions.
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'We should be weary of using a crisis like this to turn our back on our human rights obligations,' says University of Ottawa law professor Jamie Chai Yun Liew.

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