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Politicos pay tribute to Alexa McDonough

Plus, the new U.S. ambassador enters a bagel imbroglio, and the Korean Cultural Centre has a new online exhibition on a tradition of sharing.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Former prime minister Paul Martin, who led the country from 2003-2006, will join a conversation with former New Brunswick premier Brian Gallant to talk about 'Navigating a Difficult World.'
Plus, hand-sculpted Trudeau bobbleheads are up for sale, new faces join the National Post, and colleagues remember the late former Liberal cabinet minister Bob Speller.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, local paper The Low Down nabs big story, and PSG Senator Patricia Bovey celebrates new artwork featured in the Senate.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, year-end lists filled with politicos begin dominating the news cycle and Global Affairs Canada is looking for public feedback on shortlisted commemorative artwork tribute proposals.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, Irwin Cotler keeps his special envoy gig, and 24 Sussex ranks in the top 15 of official residences worldwide.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, an apology to survivors of sexual misconduct in the military is upcoming next month and the Green Party has appointed Canada's first-ever trans party leader.
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Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, former NDP MP Pierre Nantel steps into Quebec's provincial political arena, and Christmas lights are set to glow for Canada.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, Democracy Watch pitches media on flagging when feds have hidden information, former Conservative Senator Tkachuk awarded Japanese honour, Politics This Morning gets a new editor at its helm.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, potential designs were recently unveiled for the LGBTQ2+ National Monument in Ottawa, and reporter Brian Platt is set to join Bloomberg's Ottawa bureau.
Feature|By Laura Ryckewaert
Plus, former NDP MP Guy Caron has been elected mayor of Rimouski, Que., and Ottawa City Council's decision on the NCC's 'embassy row' plan has been deferred until Nov. 24.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, CTV's Michel Boyer leaves journalism, and poppies come to the digital world.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, Ahmed Hussen adds a fourth baby to the family and Senator Forest-Niesing is hospitalized with COVID-19.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, new ambassadors are selected but not announced, and the House gets a new seat composition.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, PHAC president Iain Stewart steps down and John Ibbitson signs a new book deal.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, Alex Boutilier leaving Star for Global News; Anderson, Cooper, From release paper to Free Alberta Strategy, Coyne calls it 'nutty'; and Canada Post honours Brian Gable.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, LEAF holds a (virtual) annual gala with a trio of formidable former female politicians, and Murray Dobbin dies.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, Catherine McKenna jumps into a world post parliament and The Globe and Mail avoids a strike.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, Canadian Catholic Bishops issue an apology to Indigenous people and the Sen. Michèle Audette joins the ISG.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, cats dominate Mount Royal, while candidates dropped like flies throughout the campaign.
Feature|By Zainab Al-Mehdar
Plus, the Speaker of the House announces an extension of health restrictions on the Hill.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, the Progressive Senate Group and the Canadian Senators Group both recently added a new member to their fold.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, Jagmeet Singh's poutine truck breaks down and Governor General Mary May Simon loops in full name to honour her roots.
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Plus, Green Leader Annamie Paul accidentally endorsed the Liberals, and special debates have been set for issues facing people living with disabilities, and the Black community.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, a contentious GTA riding is one of the featured B'nai Brith virtual debates the same day the federal leaders are set to clash publicly for the first time.
Feature|By Zainab Al-Mehdar
Plus, Minister Monsef was criticized for referring to the Taliban as 'our brothers,' and a former federal minister entered a two-woman race for Manitoba's PC leadership.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, Todd Doherty wins a mental health award and a march in Ottawa is planned in solidarity with the detained Michaels.
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Plus, Canada appoints new envoys in Hong Kong and South Africa, and Tanya Talaga, an award-winning author and journalist, signs a three-book deal.
Feature|By Alice Chen
Plus, Deb Schulte to campaign despite renewed cancer diagnosis and a Green staffer decides to run for the second time.
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