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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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Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan says the procurement of the Canadian Surface Combatant, the most complex one in Canadian defence history, is 'going extremely well.'
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It's worth walking away from a new NAFTA deal if it does not have Chapter 19 protection, even if that means risking the U.S. withdrawal from NAFTA or auto tariffs, say trade observers.
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Also, a communications aide to the federal justice minister recently became a Canadian, and the Supreme Court has a new executive legal officer.
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Re-entering the shipbuilding business requires a 'fairly steep learning curve' for Canada.
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Canada-U.S. trade spat largely being ignored in upcoming midterm elections by U.S. electorate, say New York Times reporters.
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Plus, ex-PM Harper's book gets an early release, and Ottawa Citizen/Sun staff may strike.
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However, the U.S. negotiator for the original NAFTA says Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland's team has 'disappointed' him, 'stepped back' and let the U.S. and Mexico work out trilateral issues.
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Also, PS Rudd does not want to continue as a parliamentary secretary, and the CBC apologizes to NDP MP Christine Moore.
The Federal Court of Appeal's decision to block the pipeline's expansion will also help NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh in his bid to win a seat in Burnaby South, said Nanos Research chair Nik Nanos.
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Also, Susan Delacourt is set to return as the Toronto Star's Ottawa chief, and Canadian politicians honour the late John McCain.
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Despite Donald Trump's posturing, Canada still in line to join trilateral agreement, according to trade experts.
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Also, some Grits take a hot air balloon ride and the information commissioner will hold a public Q&A next month in Ottawa.
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Government and Hill spokespeople ducked questions about moving controversial statues on Parliament Hill.
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Liberal MP Kent Hehr gets hitched, and another Grit has announced he will be the man to try—again—to win Ben Lobb's seat in the House.
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Also, a new book on one of the country's darkest hours is being published, and Canada's longest tenured Senator says goodbye to the Upper Chamber.
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Also, a new account of the lead up to an October month in 1970 that terrorized Canada, and Veteran Affairs Minister Seamus O'Regan reneges on immigration tweet.
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As the United States becomes less of a market for Canadian electricity, questions remain over whether an increase in interprovincial trade is a 'priority' for provinces, says one expert.
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With the race between the Liberals and Conservatives tied, according to polls, the Grits need to shore up the coalition that won them a majority government in 2015, pollsters say.
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The Canadian peacekeeping mission could be tasked to any part of Mali, but likely will stay in their medical evacuation post in northeastern Mali, according to Canada's commanding officer in Mali.
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Also, NDP MP Matthew Dubé joins in on the 2018 wedding season, while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau might be losing his 'cool' cachet in Pakistan.
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Also, former Tory MP Ed Holder joins a growing list of former MPs seeking to be mayors.
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Plus, Conservative MP Peter Van Loan will leave the House next month after more than a decade of public service.
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Canadian diplomat behind the rescue of Syrian White Helmets may have played 'frustrating' role as Syrian envoy as support for opposition was 'never there', says former defence attaché.
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Former PM Stephen Harper is canvassing for the United Conservative Party candidate in his riding.
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Plus, with two weddings and a birth, the Grits are in a festive mood during the House's recess.
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The addition of Bill Blair as a cabinet minister tackling organized crime and border security is a ‘dilution’ of the public safety and immigration ministers’ authority, says former Tory minister Chris Alexander.
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The feds can be more forthright to condemn Nazi glorification and anti-Semitism in Europe, says a leading Jewish Canadian advocacy group.

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