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Liberal MPs celebrate the holiday season in song

Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, cross-party support for Magnitsky sanctions against Iranian human rights abusers, and NDP MP Fin Donnelly will not seek re-election.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, politicos and diplomats recently united to mark World AIDS day, and outsiders' row in the House of Commons keeps on growing.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Parliamentarians honour George H.W. Bush, and reservations for February tours of West Block and new Senate Building now available.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Ian Waddell's memoir hits shelves, urging for increased bipartisanship in politics, and politicos mark the passing of Harry Leslie Smith.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Vice's Supreme Court press freedom decision to be delivered Friday, and the former iPolitics publisher catches the acting bug.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Grit MP Raj Grewal has resigned, and Pearson Centre will look at the last year before the October 2019 federal election.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, NDP tout the chance to eat with Jagmeet, while B.C. federal Liberals huddled in Kelowna and feted Hedy Fry's quarter century in politics.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Patrick Brown's got a new book, and Independent MP Tony Clement resigns his post as IDU deputy chair.
Heard on the Hill
Feature|By Neil Moss
Also, CBC's Salimah Shivji is joining the Parliamentary Press Gallery, and Democracy Watch gets its day in court to challenge the appointment of the ethics and lobbying commissioners.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Also, MP Tony Clement joins outsiders row, and Conservative Senator Claude Carignan was recently honoured for his work safeguarding journalism.
Feature|By Neil Moss
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.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Also, a new book looks into the rise and fall of the Energy East pipeline, and pols get in the Halloween spirit.
Feature|By Neil Moss
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.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Also, Politico hits Canadian airwaves, and David Reevely has left the Ottawa Citizen to work for The Canadian Press.
Feature|By Neil Moss
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.
Feature|By Neil Moss
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.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Also, let’s get digital, Scott Brison tells the public service, and familiar faces are appointed as consuls general in Los Angeles and Detroit.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Also, new Canadians become citizens in the company of clouds, and call for submissions announced for the Donner Prize.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Also, a new 'controversial' book offers a blueprint to radically change Canadian health care, and an interprovincial trade conference will be hosted in Ottawa.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Also, a new book on the Lac-MĂ©gantic rail disaster reveals it could happen again, and the Supreme Court enters the 1990s.
Feature|By Neil Moss
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.
Feature|By Neil Moss
'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.
Feature|By Neil Moss
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.
Feature|By Neil Moss
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.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Also, party shakeups make for some unusual House seat mates, and a billboard pushes Canada to help free a Canadian's imprisoned Honduran partner.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Also, Maxime Bernier may have found a new campaign song, and the husband of Canada's newest ambassador to Poland was a Hill reporter.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Also, a communications aide to the federal justice minister recently became a Canadian, and the Supreme Court has a new executive legal officer.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, ex-PM Harper's book gets an early release, and Ottawa Citizen/Sun staff may strike.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Also, PS Rudd does not want to continue as a parliamentary secretary, and the CBC apologizes to NDP MP Christine Moore.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Also, Susan Delacourt is set to return as the Toronto Star's Ottawa chief, and Canadian politicians honour the late John McCain.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Also, some Grits take a hot air balloon ride and the information commissioner will hold a public Q&A next month in Ottawa.
Feature|By Neil Moss
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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