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New policy director for Employment Minister Hajdu

Feature|By Laura Ryckewaert
Plus, Hana Kokanovic has left Families Minister Jean-Yves Duclos’ office to become a policy adviser to Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor.
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.
Opinion|By Andrew Caddell
For a political nerd like me, the impending decade-long closure of Centre Block brings back a lot of memories.
Plus, Alexandra Bernier is no longer an advance in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office.
Opinion|By Scott Taylor
The battle to save Afghanistan has yet to be fought and the Taliban remain a very clear and present danger.
Small policy changes, like using more wood in new construction projects, can make a big impact.
Opinion|By Grant Bishop
Canada can't risk further delays in boosting pipeline export capacity.
Opinion|By Monica Gattinger
A company can do everything right and still see a project fail. Why? Because governments need to do everything right as well.
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Feature|By Emily Haws
'It means a lot because of where I started at Carleton, and where I’m ending up,' says Yaprak Baltacioglu.
The Joint Interparliamentary Council approved a new process to step in when parliamentary associations lose confidence in their leaders.
Feature|By Emily Haws
The night also celebrated the reopening of the French embassy's Salon de Bouleaux, which had undergone renovations in September.
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.
The Centre Block is our town hall, our office, our home away from home, a place of reflection and reverence, and it is my duty to safeguard this space for my colleagues and for all Canadians, today and in the future.
Feature|By Emily Haws
The Hot Room, located at 350-N, gives regional correspondents and freelancers colleagues to bounce ideas off of and grow, says Winnipeg Free Press reporter Dylan Robertson.
The group just reached the 50 members needed to file an application to be a formal body and hopes to join the 13 groups that receive annual Parliamentary funding.
News|By Emily Haws
Meanwhile, contract negotiation talks are also slow-going between the Union of Taxation Employees and the Canada Revenue Agency, said UTE president Marc Brière.
‘There are particular moments that come in our lives that give us the opportunity to be the best part of ourselves—and such a moment will soon be upon us,' says Lopa Banerjee.
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 Laura Ryckewaert
There’s been a string of recent staffing changes in the Liberal caucus’ research bureau, including five new hires.
Democratic Institutions Minister Karina Gould has bid farewell to her press secretary, Nicky Cayer.
News|By Beatrice Paez
Part of the complexity behind the move is that the books have to be packed in such an order that makes sense organizationally, along with the fact that the space has to be protected.
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 Laura Ryckewaert
Plus, ex-MP’s assistant and CJPAC fellow Miled Hill is now a policy adviser to Transport Minister Marc Garneau.
Opinion|By Tim Powers
Kevin O’Leary’s shock-jock style of commentary, coupled with his poor political judgment, could present Andrew Scheer with some problems.
After negotiations, the ISG, which has 53 per cent of members in the Senate, has about half of the Chamber’s committee seats.
News|By Emily Haws
The byelection, which takes place Dec. 3, was triggered by former Conservative MP Gord Brown's death on May 2.
Lesotho's new high commissioner says Canadian know-how on democratic institutions and small business skills are of use to Lesotho, which faces widespread unemployment.
News|By Emily Haws
After social media hacks, Parliamentarians say more should be done to educate themselves and their staff.

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