Also, new Canadians become citizens in the company of clouds, and call for submissions announced for the Donner Prize.
Also, a new 'controversial' book offers a blueprint to radically change Canadian health care, and an interprovincial trade conference will be hosted in Ottawa.
Also, a new book on the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster reveals it could happen again, and the Supreme Court enters the 1990s.
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.
'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.
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.
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.
Also, party shakeups make for some unusual House seat mates, and a billboard pushes Canada to help free a Canadian's imprisoned Honduran partner.