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Mike Pompeo to visit Trudeau, Freeland in Ottawa on Aug. 22; Venezuela, China will be on agenda

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Plus, life jackets get partisan, and Quebec provides $5-million for media company as five newspapers on brink of bankruptcy.
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Plus, Liberal MP Adam Vaughan is in hot water again over tweets, and APTN will launch a French-language national news program.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, the People's Party leader is ruled out of debates by commission, for now; and former NDP leader Thomas Mulcair to write for Postmedia Sun newspapers.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, The Globe and Mail adds two to Hill bureau, and Mark Critch gets hitched to Melissa Royle.
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Plus, Veteran Liberal MP Denis Paradis won't seek re-election, and Trudeau, Singh, May walk in the Vancouver Pride Parade, while Scheer is absent.
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Plus, new associate deputy ministers named for foreign affairs and public safety, and Canadians are split over if they think Trump will get re-elected, a new poll suggests.
Plus, Grassy Narrows Chief Rudy Turtle to run on the NDP ticket, and Ottawa-area Tory candidate Mike Lalonde drops out of election citing health concerns.
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Plus, Jody Wilson-Raybould to publish memoir ahead of election, and former Ontario cabinet minister David Caplan dies at 54.
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Plus, The Canadian Press, APTN name new bosses, and comedian Tom Green to hold Château Laurier protest.
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Plus, House Speaker Geoff Regan cycling to raise MS research funds, and Russell Mirasty sworn in as Saskatchewan's first Indigenous lieutenant-governor.
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Plus, Rosemarie Falk welcomes a baby, and Amita Kuttner revealed as the Green Party's science and innovation critic.
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Plus, Warren Kinsella is added to the Green Party's war room, and Pierre Pettigrew is named Asia Pacific Foundation board chair.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Tories flip pancakes, don ten-gallon hats at Calgary Stampede; Conservative react with furor to professor's 'classist' tweet; and former NDP MP John Rafferty has died at 65.
Plus, Vassy Kapelos ties the knot, both Stockwell Day and Wayne Easter get another award, and Sarah McLachlan is coming to Ottawa!
Plus, People's Party Leader Maxime Bernier ties the knot in Florida, Graham Fraser and Lisa LaFlamme among Order of Canada honorees, and PROC pushes for parallel proposal.
Plus, former president George W. Bush's portraits are among the many exhibitions coming to the capital over the next few months.
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Plus, Kelly Craft is accused of being an ambassador in absentia, and CSIS wins the Information Commissioner’s Award.
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Plus, another two rookie Liberal MPs will not run in October election, and a poll suggests Trudeau would make the best U.S. president among all foreign leaders.
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Plus, a Tory candidate pours water on her head, and the 'free Willy' bill will end whale and dolphin captivity.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, a Toronto-area Conservative candidate wants to move election date away from a Jewish holiday, and NDP MP Christine Moore will not run for re-election.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, social media is fuming over the latest Chateau Laurier addition plans, and Pierre Poilievre turns 40 and gets thrown out of a plane.
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Plus, Liberal MP Rob Oliphant has emergency appendix removal surgery and his caucus colleague Peter Fragiskatos gets hitched.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, The Hill Times and CPAC to host evening discussion on 'Race and Politics,' June 19 at National Arts Centre, and Maryam Monsef named to top 20 list of most influential people in global gender equality policy.
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Plus, The Hill Times will host its annual party on June 4, and Rodger Cuzner will be roasted on June 5.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Michelle Rempel gets an app, and Sukh Dhaliwal says Sikh Heritage Month will inspire education of the 120-year history of Sikh Canadians.
Plus, Celina Caesar-Chavannes named Viola Desmond Award winner, and Jagmeet Singh takes seat on Iron Throne.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, ITK's Taste of the Arctic takes to the NAC, and the Grits are fundraising after 12 Tory MPs attended an anti-abortion rally.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, newsroom cuts expected at CTV, and the Globe and Mail, and Mulroney whip and Harper mentor Jim Hawkes dies at 84.
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Plus, Bloomberg's Wingrove feted at Brixton's, and Pamela Goldsmith-Jones will not seek re-election.
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Plus, Gerald Butts to join consulting firm, and Kelsey Johnson starts at Reuters on May 21.
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Plus, Wingrove shindig happening May 9 at Brixton's, and World Press Freedom award winners say Canada access system broken.

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