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News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 28, 2022
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith’s, centre, proposed idea of a two-tier health system and Donald Trump’s, right, candidacy for the Republican Party presidential nomination are giving openings to the left-of-centre parties to campaign against Pierre Poilievre, left, in the next election, says pollster Greg Lyle. The Hill Times file photographs and courtesy of Flickr
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 28, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 28, 2022
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith’s, centre, proposed idea of a two-tier health system and Donald Trump’s, right, candidacy for the Republican Party presidential nomination are giving openings to the left-of-centre parties to campaign against Pierre Poilievre, left, in the next election, says pollster Greg Lyle. The Hill Times file photographs and courtesy of Flickr
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 28, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pictured speaks to Liberal caucus members, who want more specifics from party headquarters about how the nomination rules will change after the completion of the redistribution of the electoral boundaries process. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 28, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 28, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pictured speaks to Liberal caucus members, who want more specifics from party headquarters about how the nomination rules will change after the completion of the redistribution of the electoral boundaries process. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 21, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, and Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre. Conservatives are interpreting the Liberal Party's March 1, 2023, deadline for incumbent MPs to secure their nomination for the next election as an indication that the governing party could pull the plug in spring. But Liberals say they're just being prepared. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 21, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 21, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, and Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre. Conservatives are interpreting the Liberal Party's March 1, 2023, deadline for incumbent MPs to secure their nomination for the next election as an indication that the governing party could pull the plug in spring. But Liberals say they're just being prepared. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 21, 2022
Former senior ministerial staffer Shuvaloy Majumdar, left, is considering seeking his party’s nomination in the safe Conservative riding of Calgary Heritage, Alta. Outgoing Conservative MP Bob Benzen, centre, succeeded former prime minister Stephen Harper as the MP for this riding in 2017. Photographs courtesy of Twitter, House of Commons website and The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 21, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 21, 2022
Former senior ministerial staffer Shuvaloy Majumdar, left, is considering seeking his party’s nomination in the safe Conservative riding of Calgary Heritage, Alta. Outgoing Conservative MP Bob Benzen, centre, succeeded former prime minister Stephen Harper as the MP for this riding in 2017. Photographs courtesy of Twitter, House of Commons website and The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 14, 2022
Charles Sousa, left, is the Liberal candidate in the Mississauga-Lakeshore byelection. Ron Chhinzer is the Conservative candidate, and Julia Kloe is the NDP candidate. Voting date for the byelection is Dec.12. Photographs courtesy of Twitter and LinkedIn
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 14, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 14, 2022
Charles Sousa, left, is the Liberal candidate in the Mississauga-Lakeshore byelection. Ron Chhinzer is the Conservative candidate, and Julia Kloe is the NDP candidate. Voting date for the byelection is Dec.12. Photographs courtesy of Twitter and LinkedIn
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 14, 2022
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, pictured Sept. 13, 2022, on the Hill. A key lesson for Poilievre from last week's U.S. midterms is that Canadians will have to feel comfortable with his party's policies if he wants to form government after the next federal election, says Richard Johnston of the University of British Columbia. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 14, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 14, 2022
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, pictured Sept. 13, 2022, on the Hill. A key lesson for Poilievre from last week's U.S. midterms is that Canadians will have to feel comfortable with his party's policies if he wants to form government after the next federal election, says Richard Johnston of the University of British Columbia. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 7, 2022
Pierre Poilievre is shaking things up at the Conservative Party of Canada HQ and fundraising is a big focus. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 7, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 7, 2022
Pierre Poilievre is shaking things up at the Conservative Party of Canada HQ and fundraising is a big focus. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 7, 2022
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, pictured on Nov. 3, 2022, before she tabled the government's fall economic update in the House. The document made it clear that the high cost of living and inflation are top issues for the Trudeau government, but the public opinion polls currently show the Liberals behind the Conservatives. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 7, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | November 7, 2022
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, pictured on Nov. 3, 2022, before she tabled the government's fall economic update in the House. The document made it clear that the high cost of living and inflation are top issues for the Trudeau government, but the public opinion polls currently show the Liberals behind the Conservatives. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 31, 2022
Alex Crombie, left, son of three-term Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie, centre, is considering putting his name forward for the Liberal nomination in Mississauga-Lakeshore, as is Charles Sousa, right. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has until Nov. 26 to call a byelection in the riding. Photographs courtesy of LinkedIn, Wikipedia, and charlessousa.ca
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 31, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 31, 2022
Alex Crombie, left, son of three-term Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie, centre, is considering putting his name forward for the Liberal nomination in Mississauga-Lakeshore, as is Charles Sousa, right. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has until Nov. 26 to call a byelection in the riding. Photographs courtesy of LinkedIn, Wikipedia, and charlessousa.ca
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 24, 2022
If the next election happens after April 2024, the nomination rules for incumbent Conservative Party MPs will change. In that case, the new national council of the Conservative Party—to be elected in Sept. 2023 in Québec City—will decide new rules. Pictured: Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 24, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 24, 2022
If the next election happens after April 2024, the nomination rules for incumbent Conservative Party MPs will change. In that case, the new national council of the Conservative Party—to be elected in Sept. 2023 in Québec City—will decide new rules. Pictured: Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 24, 2022
Liberal MPs Yasir Naqvi, left, Michael Coteau, and Nathaniel Erskine-Smith are each considering a run for the leadership of Ontario Liberal Party. The provincial party will finalize the rules and timeline of the leadership election in March. The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia, courtesy of Michael Coteau, and file photograph
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 24, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 24, 2022
Liberal MPs Yasir Naqvi, left, Michael Coteau, and Nathaniel Erskine-Smith are each considering a run for the leadership of Ontario Liberal Party. The provincial party will finalize the rules and timeline of the leadership election in March. The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia, courtesy of Michael Coteau, and file photograph
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 17, 2022
Conservative Party Leader Pierre Poilievre, left, and now top Conservative MPs Tim Uppal, Melissa Lantsman, Jasraj Hallan, and Leslyn Lewis. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and handouts
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 17, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 17, 2022
Conservative Party Leader Pierre Poilievre, left, and now top Conservative MPs Tim Uppal, Melissa Lantsman, Jasraj Hallan, and Leslyn Lewis. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and handouts
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 17, 2022
The riding of Mississauga-Lakeshore has been vacant since May, when former Liberal MP Sven Spengemann, left, resigned. To succeed him, the Conservatives have appointed Ron Chinnzer, left; the NDP candidate in the riding is Julia Kole; and Green candidate is Mary Kidnew. As of last week, the Liberals had not nominated a candidate. Photographs courtesy of Twitter, LinkedIn and Mary Kidnew
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 17, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 17, 2022
The riding of Mississauga-Lakeshore has been vacant since May, when former Liberal MP Sven Spengemann, left, resigned. To succeed him, the Conservatives have appointed Ron Chinnzer, left; the NDP candidate in the riding is Julia Kole; and Green candidate is Mary Kidnew. As of last week, the Liberals had not nominated a candidate. Photographs courtesy of Twitter, LinkedIn and Mary Kidnew
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 10, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured on Oct. 6, 2022, in the Commons foyer talking to reporters. The prime minister and some of his cabinet ministers will appear before the Public Order Emergency Commission in the coming days to explain specifically why the government invoked the Emergencies Act to end the Freedom Convoy protest back in February. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 10, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 10, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured on Oct. 6, 2022, in the Commons foyer talking to reporters. The prime minister and some of his cabinet ministers will appear before the Public Order Emergency Commission in the coming days to explain specifically why the government invoked the Emergencies Act to end the Freedom Convoy protest back in February. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 10, 2022
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, pictured on Sept. 12, 2022, with his wife Anaida and their son Cruz, is expected to unveil his shadow cabinet this week, after taking some time to consult with his caucus members and with transition chair Jenni Byrne. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 10, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 10, 2022
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, pictured on Sept. 12, 2022, with his wife Anaida and their son Cruz, is expected to unveil his shadow cabinet this week, after taking some time to consult with his caucus members and with transition chair Jenni Byrne. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 3, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre. Some Liberals are nervous about Poilievre's surge in the polls and want the centre to stop the Conservative Party's momentum in the polls. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 3, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 3, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre. Some Liberals are nervous about Poilievre's surge in the polls and want the centre to stop the Conservative Party's momentum in the polls. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 3, 2022
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, left, and veteran campaigner Jenni Byrne, pictured in March 2007 at an event in Ottawa. Byrne, who directed Poilievre's successful leadership bid, is the most influential political player in Poilievre's inner circle. She's expected to be named the party's national campaign director for the next federal election, according to Conservative sources. The Hill Times file photograph
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 3, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 3, 2022
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, left, and veteran campaigner Jenni Byrne, pictured in March 2007 at an event in Ottawa. Byrne, who directed Poilievre's successful leadership bid, is the most influential political player in Poilievre's inner circle. She's expected to be named the party's national campaign director for the next federal election, according to Conservative sources. The Hill Times file photograph
News | BY ABBAS RANA, CHELSEA NASH | September 26, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, and Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre. The 'real culprit' for political divisiveness in the country right now is the pandemic itself, says political observer David McLaughlin. The political centre isn't holding anymore, so the political parties on both sides are being much more vocal. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA, CHELSEA NASH | September 26, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA, CHELSEA NASH | September 26, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, and Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre. The 'real culprit' for political divisiveness in the country right now is the pandemic itself, says political observer David McLaughlin. The political centre isn't holding anymore, so the political parties on both sides are being much more vocal. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | September 26, 2022
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre unveiled his House leadership team on Sept. 13, including deputy leaders Melissa Lantzman, left, and Tim Uppal. The new team is projecting an image of a 'modern, dynamic' political party, says Tim Powers. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | September 26, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | September 26, 2022
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre unveiled his House leadership team on Sept. 13, including deputy leaders Melissa Lantzman, left, and Tim Uppal. The new team is projecting an image of a 'modern, dynamic' political party, says Tim Powers. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA, CHELSEA NASH | September 19, 2022
Buckle up: Prime Minster Justin Trudeau, left, and new Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre. Political insiders are expecting hard-hitting exchanges between the Liberals and the Conservatives in the daily Question Period and on social media starting this fall. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA, CHELSEA NASH | September 19, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA, CHELSEA NASH | September 19, 2022
Buckle up: Prime Minster Justin Trudeau, left, and new Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre. Political insiders are expecting hard-hitting exchanges between the Liberals and the Conservatives in the daily Question Period and on social media starting this fall. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | September 19, 2022
Since his decisive win on Sept. 10, newly minted Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, pictured with his wife Anaida at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa, has been busy choosing his team for the most senior party and parliamentary positions. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | September 19, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | September 19, 2022
Since his decisive win on Sept. 10, newly minted Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, pictured with his wife Anaida at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa, has been busy choosing his team for the most senior party and parliamentary positions. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 29, 2022
The Justin Trudeau Liberals should start to define Pierre Poilievre, centre, the prohibitive front-runner in the leadership election, now, before he has a chance to define himself, say top political strategists. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 29, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 29, 2022
The Justin Trudeau Liberals should start to define Pierre Poilievre, centre, the prohibitive front-runner in the leadership election, now, before he has a chance to define himself, say top political strategists. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 29, 2022
All leadership candidates, including Pierre Poilievre, left, Leslyn Lewis, Jean Charest, Roman Baber and Scott Aitchison, are doing everything they can, including using online tools and travelling across the country to urge their supporters to vote in the leadership election. The Hill Times file photographs by Andrew Meade and handouts
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 29, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 29, 2022
All leadership candidates, including Pierre Poilievre, left, Leslyn Lewis, Jean Charest, Roman Baber and Scott Aitchison, are doing everything they can, including using online tools and travelling across the country to urge their supporters to vote in the leadership election. The Hill Times file photographs by Andrew Meade and handouts
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 22, 2022
If elected as party leader on Sept. 10, Pierre Poilievre, pictured, will have to deal with the tough challenge of Danielle Smith's proposed Alberta Sovereignty Act, say political insiders. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 22, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 22, 2022
If elected as party leader on Sept. 10, Pierre Poilievre, pictured, will have to deal with the tough challenge of Danielle Smith's proposed Alberta Sovereignty Act, say political insiders. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 22, 2022
After it elects a new leader, the Conservative caucus will hold its annual summer caucus retreat in Ottawa to work on its parliamentary strategy for the fall sitting. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 22, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 22, 2022
After it elects a new leader, the Conservative caucus will hold its annual summer caucus retreat in Ottawa to work on its parliamentary strategy for the fall sitting. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 15, 2022
The federal Liberal caucus will meet for their in person summer caucus retreat Sept. 11 to Sept. 13 in New Brunswick. Because of COVID-19, the Liberal Caucus did not have an in person retreat in two years. This is also the first summer retreat after the 2021 election. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 15, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 15, 2022
The federal Liberal caucus will meet for their in person summer caucus retreat Sept. 11 to Sept. 13 in New Brunswick. Because of COVID-19, the Liberal Caucus did not have an in person retreat in two years. This is also the first summer retreat after the 2021 election. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 15, 2022
Three-term Conservative MP Joël Godin, pictured left on June 23, 2019, with then-Conservative party leader Andrew Scheer, centre, at a Fête Nationale celebration in Pont-Rouge, Que. Godin, who represents Portneuf-Jacques-Cartier, Que., says if Pierre Poilievre wins the leadership election and does not pivot to the centre, he will have to consider his options whether he wants to stay in the caucus or not. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons/Flickr
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 15, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 15, 2022
Three-term Conservative MP Joël Godin, pictured left on June 23, 2019, with then-Conservative party leader Andrew Scheer, centre, at a Fête Nationale celebration in Pont-Rouge, Que. Godin, who represents Portneuf-Jacques-Cartier, Que., says if Pierre Poilievre wins the leadership election and does not pivot to the centre, he will have to consider his options whether he wants to stay in the caucus or not. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons/Flickr
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 8, 2022
With the Conservative leadership contest in the home stretch, all candidates, including Pierre Poilievre, left, Leslyn Lewis, Jean Charest, Roman Baber and Scott Aitchison and their campaign staff are putting in all the efforts in the get-out-the-vote to ensure their voters cast their vote in the leadership election. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia, and handouts
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 8, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 8, 2022
With the Conservative leadership contest in the home stretch, all candidates, including Pierre Poilievre, left, Leslyn Lewis, Jean Charest, Roman Baber and Scott Aitchison and their campaign staff are putting in all the efforts in the get-out-the-vote to ensure their voters cast their vote in the leadership election. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia, and handouts
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 8, 2022
If Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberals fail to deliver on the dental care plan for children under 12 the end of this year, it will strike a blow to NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh’s leadership credibility, says veteran pollster Darrell Bricker. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 8, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 8, 2022
If Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberals fail to deliver on the dental care plan for children under 12 the end of this year, it will strike a blow to NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh’s leadership credibility, says veteran pollster Darrell Bricker. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 1, 2022
Harper endorses Poilievre: Former prime minister Stephen Harper, pictured on July 25, 2022, in these screen grabs from his public endorsement of Pierre Poilievre to lead the Conservative party. He posted his endorsement on Facebook and Twitter. Screen capture images courtesy of Stephen Harper's Facebook
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 1, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | August 1, 2022
Harper endorses Poilievre: Former prime minister Stephen Harper, pictured on July 25, 2022, in these screen grabs from his public endorsement of Pierre Poilievre to lead the Conservative party. He posted his endorsement on Facebook and Twitter. Screen capture images courtesy of Stephen Harper's Facebook
News | BY ABBAS RANA, STUART BENSON | August 1, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals are losing support to the Conservatives, according to recent national public opinion polls. Pollsters say the Liberals should be worried about it, as the next election will be the governing Liberals' fourth, and it's a serious challenge for any government to win four in a row. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY ABBAS RANA, STUART BENSON | August 1, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA, STUART BENSON | August 1, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals are losing support to the Conservatives, according to recent national public opinion polls. Pollsters say the Liberals should be worried about it, as the next election will be the governing Liberals' fourth, and it's a serious challenge for any government to win four in a row. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY ABBAS RANA | July 25, 2022
The Conservative Party has suspended money transfers to Patrick Brown, pictured, following his July 5 disqualification from the party's leadership race. Image courtesy of CBC News
News | BY ABBAS RANA | July 25, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | July 25, 2022
The Conservative Party has suspended money transfers to Patrick Brown, pictured, following his July 5 disqualification from the party's leadership race. Image courtesy of CBC News
News | BY ABBAS RANA, STUART BENSON | July 25, 2022
It's on: All leadership candidates, including Pierre Poilievre, left, Leslyn Lewis, Jean Charest, Roman Baber, and Scott Aitchison are reaching out to as many of their supporters to encourage them to vote in the leadership election. The final result will be announced on Sept. 10. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and handouts
News | BY ABBAS RANA, STUART BENSON | July 25, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA, STUART BENSON | July 25, 2022
It's on: All leadership candidates, including Pierre Poilievre, left, Leslyn Lewis, Jean Charest, Roman Baber, and Scott Aitchison are reaching out to as many of their supporters to encourage them to vote in the leadership election. The final result will be announced on Sept. 10. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and handouts
News | BY ABBAS RANA | July 22, 2022
Former cabinet minister Deborah Schulte, left, former Ontario Liberal leader Steven Del Duca, and Vaughan deputy mayor Mario Ferri are each considering running for mayor of Vaughan in this fall's municipal election. The Hill Times file photographs and courtesy of Wikipedia
News | BY ABBAS RANA | July 22, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | July 22, 2022
Former cabinet minister Deborah Schulte, left, former Ontario Liberal leader Steven Del Duca, and Vaughan deputy mayor Mario Ferri are each considering running for mayor of Vaughan in this fall's municipal election. The Hill Times file photographs and courtesy of Wikipedia
News | BY ABBAS RANA | July 18, 2022
Liberal MP Sukh Dhaliwal, left, former NDP MP and current B.C. MLA Jinny Sims, and former Liberal MP Gordie Hogg are some of the expected candidates to seek the Surrey City's top political job in the October municipal election. Photographs courtesy of Wikipedia
News | BY ABBAS RANA | July 18, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | July 18, 2022
Liberal MP Sukh Dhaliwal, left, former NDP MP and current B.C. MLA Jinny Sims, and former Liberal MP Gordie Hogg are some of the expected candidates to seek the Surrey City's top political job in the October municipal election. Photographs courtesy of Wikipedia
News | BY ABBAS RANA | July 13, 2022
Three-term Liberal MP Ruby Sahota, left, and two-term former Liberal MP Ramesh Sangha are considering whether they will challenge Patrick Brown for the Brampton mayor spot in the upcoming municipal elections on Oct. 24. Brown has not declared, but a spokesperson says he is 'leaning' towards running again. The Hill Times file photographs
News | BY ABBAS RANA | July 13, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | July 13, 2022
Three-term Liberal MP Ruby Sahota, left, and two-term former Liberal MP Ramesh Sangha are considering whether they will challenge Patrick Brown for the Brampton mayor spot in the upcoming municipal elections on Oct. 24. Brown has not declared, but a spokesperson says he is 'leaning' towards running again. The Hill Times file photographs
News | BY ABBAS RANA | July 11, 2022
After the disqualification of Patrick Brown, bottom centre, five candidates are left in the Conservative leadership contest field, including Pierre Poilievre, clockwise from top left, Leslyn Lewis, Jean Charest, Scott Aitchison, and Roman Baber. The Conservative Party has already started to mail ballots to party members and the final result will be announced Sept. 10 The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia, and handouts
News | BY ABBAS RANA | July 11, 2022
News | BY ABBAS RANA | July 11, 2022
After the disqualification of Patrick Brown, bottom centre, five candidates are left in the Conservative leadership contest field, including Pierre Poilievre, clockwise from top left, Leslyn Lewis, Jean Charest, Scott Aitchison, and Roman Baber. The Conservative Party has already started to mail ballots to party members and the final result will be announced Sept. 10 The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia, and handouts