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Women and Gender Equality Minister Monsef gets a new chief of staff

Feature|By Laura Ryckewaert
Plus, Employment, Workforce Development, and Labour Minister Patty Hajdu has two new policy advisers in her office.
Feature|By Charelle Evelyn
As Centre Block shuts its doors for its first major renovation in a century, MPs give their wish list for the new-old building.
With Parliament's Centre Block set to close for a decade or more, Parliamentarians and staffers have been reflecting about what the building means to Canada.
Opinion|By Les Whittington
For all the nonsense the U.S. president spews about ‘the people,’ Florida’s Palm Beach is Donald Trump’s real America. The wealthy are the Republicans’ only true constituency.
Opinion|By Andrew Caddell
Canadian diplomats are involved in multilateral organizations to work for our interests.
Opinion|By Tim Powers
He may not win many seats this fall, but his nascent political party is so far succeeding in its drive to be a disruptive force.
Opinion|By Lisa Van Dusen
Amid the current festival of previously unthinkable geopolitical squabbles, the battle for Canada's roadside moose-statue supremacy is one we can all get behind.
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Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau will host a fundraising yoga event, and Larry Miller will not run for re-election.
Adeyinka Asekun is proud of the first-ever Canada-Nigeria Investment Summit last year that brought a Canadian Governor General to Nigeria for the first time.
Plus, Infrastructure and Communities Minister François-Philippe Champagne has a new policy and regional affairs adviser in his office.
For one, newly named Veterans Affairs Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould has brought over her chief of staff from justice, Jessica Prince.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Pierre Trudeau-era cabinet member and longtime senator Pierre De Bané dies, and Justin Trudeau takes a trip to Dog River, Sask.
Feature|By Laura Ryckewaert
Plus, Science and Sport Minister Kirsty Duncan has a new press secretary, Daniele Medlej.
She says people from her province, B.C., pushed her to become more independent, leaving the Grit group with nine members.
News|By Emily Haws
Longtime ATIP officer Judy Booth was a casual worker the National Capital Commission, while Bruce Thomlinson was at the Canada Border Services Agency, and Anja Van Beek was at Treasury Board.
Feature
Plus, Paul Godfrey steps down as Postmedia president, and Charlie Angus criticizes 'bullshit extremist talk' around threats against Justin Trudeau.
News|By Abbas Rana
About 700 staffers, including PMO principal secretary Gerald Butts and chief of staff Katie Telford, attended the sexual harassment training sessions on the Hill last week.
There’ll be a week between the end of the move and the House’s official return to unpack and get acclimated in the West Block, on top of all the usual work to prep for a new session.
Feature|By Laura Ryckewaert
Plus, photographer Alex Tétreault has joined Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office.
News|By Emily Haws
Former reporters chasing ‘elusive’ work-life balance say new non-journalism jobs—even after a pay cut—have been life-changing.
The 2019-20 main spending estimates for the House clock in at $503-million, including funds for administration staff raises and a new constituency office computer project.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, lobbyists are on the move, and former Tory MP Myron Thompson has died.
Opinion|By Tim Powers
The fact that the heroic and humble ambassador is contemplating getting into the bar-room brawl that is now provincial politics is creating a moment of optimism that is needed in Atlantic Canada.
Talk of marking the Government Conference Centre kitchen where three attorneys general hashed out a constitutional compromise doesn't 'bring back good memories,’ says Quebec Sen. Dennis Dawson.
Satellite phones, longer hotel stays, and money for meals were among the policy changes approved by the House Board of Internal Economy last month.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Sheila Malcolmson bids the House adieu, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hits the post-adjournment media circuit.

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