Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland looks just like British Conservative MP Theresa Villiers, iPolitics reporter Kady O'Malley is one of three judges to determine the 2017 Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing, and there was a fire on Sparks Street.
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna bumped into Neil Patrick Harris, who looks just like Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O'Regan, and there are more than 30 Canadian-tinged new words added to the Oxford Dictionaries online.
The French embassy has some really beautiful murals and wall engravings, former Liberal MP John Maloney, who is now the mayor of Port Colborne is not seeking re-election, and former leader of the Opposition Tim Hudak joins C.D. Howe Institute.
The former chair of the Toronto Police Services Board pens a new book, former CRTC commissioner Jean-Pierre Blais is going to stay in the public service, and Lindsay Doyle is no longer at Summa.
Environics Communications rebrands itself to Proof Strategies; there's a new book out by two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist Steven Pinker; and Canada won pretty big at the Oscars.
Shaughnessy Cohen Prize winner Marcello Di Cintio has penned a new book about his travels to Israel and Palestine, the Cardinal of Quebec isn't pleased with Liberal MP Randy Boissonnault misrepresenting him, and much more.
David Tilson and Randeep Sarai get caught in wild scrum, Tanya Talaga wins the RBC Taylor Prize for her new book, and David Lametti takes a cold plunge.
There are scheduled changes for several committees in the House, Canadian actors Dan and Peter Aykroyd's mom died, and the Senate creates a cannabis legislation web guide.