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Slovenia’s ambassador leaves post with wish for more trade, diplomatic exchanges

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Active in the diplomatic corps and in the Ottawa community, Marjan Cencen is set to leave Ottawa in mid-August after four years.
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The Canadian Embassy in Sarajevo was closed in 2009 after a ‘serious examination of Canada's current diplomatic representation abroad.’
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‘He can get into a room with senior politicians and business leaders and convey confidence,’ says Eric Miller, a former senior policy adviser to the embassy of Canada in Washington, D.C.
One of the key aspects of the cabinet shuffle to watch in the coming months would be how cabinet ministers with shared responsibilities resolve contentious issues, says former Ontario cabinet minister John Milloy.
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Former NDP leader Tom Mulcair is going to be a commentator on CTV's CJAD as of Aug. 28, Neil Moss joins The Hill Times as Shruti Shekar signs off to head to Toronto.
If PM Trudeau does not provide a ‘full explanation’ to his caucus, Liberal MPs will question him at the Liberal caucus retreat Sept. 11-13 in Saskatoon, says a Liberal MP.
Plus, Liberal MP Salma Zahid announced on July 16 she is cancer free and will be returning to the Hill in fall, and a pilot program this year will help link scientists with politicians.
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The French Embassy opened its doors to hundreds over the course of the week for two Bastille Day events and a viewing of France's winning World Cup final match.
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Florence Zano Chideya, a political appointee, was asked to return by her government, after last November saw leader Robert Mugabe step down after 37 years.
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Former Conservative MP Joe Preston throws his hat into the St. Thomas, Ont., mayoral race, and David McCarthy, former PCO staffer, joins government relations firm Sussex Strategy Group.
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Stewart says he expects a 'packed community hall' at an event Singh will host in Burnaby South tomorrow.
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Three MPs in a week have announced they won’t run in the next election.
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‘I do not foresee any challenges,' says Andrej Droba of the Canada-EU deal, despite Italian opposition.
Nunavut artist Bart Hanna was selected to create a sculpture for Centre Block and Anna Desmarais joins iPolitics to cover immigration, Indigenous Affairs, the environment, and foreign affairs.
Feature|By Shruti Shekar
'We should come here. We don’t have control over what the U.S. does or does not do; we only have control of how we present ourselves,' said Senator Michael MacDonald.
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'We should never find ourselves in that situation again,' says Tim McMillan, CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, who chatted with Mr. Morneau about the Trans Mountain Pipeline purchase.
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Former Conservative cabinet minister Gerry Ritz has been nominated to be inducted into Canada's Agricultural Hall of Fame and Nik Nanos has been appointed chair of Carleton University’s Board of Governors. 
Clive Veroni, a Toronto-based author and expert on marketing and brand positioning, said the carefully-crafted Trudeau brand as a feminist has been damaged by the groping allegation.
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Khemaies Jhinaoui says an investment protection deal is in the works and could be signed by the end of the year.
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Four stand-out foreign service officers took home top honours at the 2018 PAFSO Awards at a moving June 14 ceremony.
Plus, Global News' The West Block has a new host, and an iPolitics reporter is moving to Canada 2020.
Feature|By Shruti Shekar
May lobbying stats are out and Finance Minister Morneau was top lobbied and former Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall joins the Canadian Global Affairs Institute advisory council/
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Ryerson University has a new project to help whistleblowers, there is a new all-party caucus for pilots' safety, and the Canadian War Museum hosted PM Trudeau at a top Liberal donor event.
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The Globe and Mail won the prestigious Michener Award, the public service awards happened last week, and Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland received the Diplomat of the Year Award.
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The agreement shows investors the country is a ‘stable and safe place for Canadian investment,’ says Moldova's foreign minister.
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Former NDP MP Paul Dewar has revealed his brain cancer diagnosis is terminal, Canadian Press' Joanna Smith had her baby girl and Conservative MP Matt Jeneroux is hosting an event on the Hill to promote men's mental healt
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Sonia L’Heureux talks about keeping the library relevant, the 25 per cent increase in research services requested by the 42nd Parliament, and the new virtual reality tour rolling out in September.
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There was a big bash on the Hill to celebrate the start of Italian Heritage Month, Canada 2020 is launching a podcast network, and the prime minister is hosting his annual garden party this week.
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A new Senator has been appointed, ex-PM Stephen Harper releases information about his book, and Independent MP Hunter Tootoo and Liberal MP Mona Fortier will appear in a play.
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Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen and foreign affairs and international development parliamentary secretaries tout Canadian investment in the Caribbean.
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While the biggest burden will ultimately be borne by the prime minister, the finance minister’s Bay Street background could prove to be a boon after a year of blunders.

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