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News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 30, 2022
Pierre Poilievre, left, Jean Charest, Leslyn Lewis, and Patrick Brown, who some call the four frontrunners in the Conservative leadership race, are faced with the challenge of whether to change their approach in an increasingly crowded field. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia, file photographs, and courtesy of Twitter
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 30, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 30, 2022
Pierre Poilievre, left, Jean Charest, Leslyn Lewis, and Patrick Brown, who some call the four frontrunners in the Conservative leadership race, are faced with the challenge of whether to change their approach in an increasingly crowded field. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia, file photographs, and courtesy of Twitter
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 30, 2022
Culture change within the Armed Forces is a ‘must have,’ rather than a ‘nice to have,’ for current and future members, says Lieutenant-General Jennie Carignan, the CAF’s chief of professional conduct and culture. DND photograph by Pvt. Hugo Montpetit
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 30, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 30, 2022
Culture change within the Armed Forces is a ‘must have,’ rather than a ‘nice to have,’ for current and future members, says Lieutenant-General Jennie Carignan, the CAF’s chief of professional conduct and culture. DND photograph by Pvt. Hugo Montpetit
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | March 28, 2022
After nine years on the job, Cory Hann is no longer communications director for the CPC. Photograph courtesy of LinkedIn
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | March 28, 2022
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | March 28, 2022
After nine years on the job, Cory Hann is no longer communications director for the CPC. Photograph courtesy of LinkedIn
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | March 24, 2022
Lobbyists and politicians of all stripes packed the spacious Metropolitain Brasserie Restaurant on March 23. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | March 24, 2022
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | March 24, 2022
Lobbyists and politicians of all stripes packed the spacious Metropolitain Brasserie Restaurant on March 23. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 23, 2022
The Conservative leadership candidates may vary widely in their approach to LGBTQ2S+ policies: (clockwise from top left) Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre, Conservative MP Leslyn Lewis, former Quebec premier Jean Charest; Brampton, Ont., Mayor Patrick Brown, Conservative MP Scott Aitchison, Saskatchewan businessman Joseph Bourgault, and Independent Ontario MPP Roman Baber. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, handouts, and compilation by Neena Singhal
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 23, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 23, 2022
The Conservative leadership candidates may vary widely in their approach to LGBTQ2S+ policies: (clockwise from top left) Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre, Conservative MP Leslyn Lewis, former Quebec premier Jean Charest; Brampton, Ont., Mayor Patrick Brown, Conservative MP Scott Aitchison, Saskatchewan businessman Joseph Bourgault, and Independent Ontario MPP Roman Baber. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, handouts, and compilation by Neena Singhal
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 22, 2022
Ontario ISG Senators Frances Lankin, left, and Donna Dasko say their inboxes have been flooded with emails spouting misinformation and conspiracy theories in recent weeks. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade and photograph courtesy of Donna Dasko
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 22, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 22, 2022
Ontario ISG Senators Frances Lankin, left, and Donna Dasko say their inboxes have been flooded with emails spouting misinformation and conspiracy theories in recent weeks. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade and photograph courtesy of Donna Dasko
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | March 21, 2022
Rachel Emmanuel, left, and Matthew Horwood are the inaugural members of the Western Standard's parliamentary office. Photographs courtesy of LinkedIn, Twitter
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | March 21, 2022
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | March 21, 2022
Rachel Emmanuel, left, and Matthew Horwood are the inaugural members of the Western Standard's parliamentary office. Photographs courtesy of LinkedIn, Twitter
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 16, 2022
NDP MP Heather McPherson, left, pictured in Rzeszow, Poland, on March 2, says no MP is coming to this crisis with a ‘full tank’ after the weight of the past couple of years. Photograph courtesy of Twitter/HMcPhersonMP
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 16, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 16, 2022
NDP MP Heather McPherson, left, pictured in Rzeszow, Poland, on March 2, says no MP is coming to this crisis with a ‘full tank’ after the weight of the past couple of years. Photograph courtesy of Twitter/HMcPhersonMP
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 16, 2022
Brampton, Ont., Mayor Patrick Brown, left, former Quebec premier Jean Charest, and Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre are considered by Summa Strategies' Daniel Perry to be the top three serious contenders in the Conservative leadership race. The party will elect a new leader on Sept. 10. The Hill Times file photograph, photograph by Sam Garcia, photograph courtesy of Patrick Brown's office
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 16, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 16, 2022
Brampton, Ont., Mayor Patrick Brown, left, former Quebec premier Jean Charest, and Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre are considered by Summa Strategies' Daniel Perry to be the top three serious contenders in the Conservative leadership race. The party will elect a new leader on Sept. 10. The Hill Times file photograph, photograph by Sam Garcia, photograph courtesy of Patrick Brown's office
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | March 14, 2022
Bruce Carson, right, pictured on Sept. 14, 2015, arriving at the Elgin Street courthouse with his lawyer Patrick McCann for the start of Carson's influence peddling trial in Ottawa. He was fined $50,000 for illegal lobbying on Nov. 4, 2016. Later in life, he wrote a popular newsletter, 'The Morning Brief,' and op-ed columns, including for The Hill Times. He died on March 5. The Hill Times photograph by Mike Carroccetto
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | March 14, 2022
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | March 14, 2022
Bruce Carson, right, pictured on Sept. 14, 2015, arriving at the Elgin Street courthouse with his lawyer Patrick McCann for the start of Carson's influence peddling trial in Ottawa. He was fined $50,000 for illegal lobbying on Nov. 4, 2016. Later in life, he wrote a popular newsletter, 'The Morning Brief,' and op-ed columns, including for The Hill Times. He died on March 5. The Hill Times photograph by Mike Carroccetto
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 9, 2022
NDP MP Randall Garrison, left, Liberal MP Anju Dhillon, and Conservative MP Michael Cooper sit on the House Justice Committee. They have different views of how the laws surrounding sex work in Canada should be changed. Some advocates say these views don't have to be mutually exclusive. Photograph courtesy of Randall Garrison, The Hill Times file photographs
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 9, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 9, 2022
NDP MP Randall Garrison, left, Liberal MP Anju Dhillon, and Conservative MP Michael Cooper sit on the House Justice Committee. They have different views of how the laws surrounding sex work in Canada should be changed. Some advocates say these views don't have to be mutually exclusive. Photograph courtesy of Randall Garrison, The Hill Times file photographs
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 9, 2022
Manitoba NDP MP Leah Gazan, left, and Ontario Senator Kim Pate both tabled private bills—Bill C-223 and Bill S-233, respectively—on Dec. 16, 2021, seeking to create a national framework on guaranteed livable basic income. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 9, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 9, 2022
Manitoba NDP MP Leah Gazan, left, and Ontario Senator Kim Pate both tabled private bills—Bill C-223 and Bill S-233, respectively—on Dec. 16, 2021, seeking to create a national framework on guaranteed livable basic income. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | March 7, 2022
Jorge Barrera, Justin Ling, Glen McGregor, Raisa Patel, Justin Tang, and Judy Trinh will talk about covering the Freedom Convoy on March 8 in Ottawa. The event will be moderated by Adrian Harewood. Photograph courtesy of Carleton's School of Journalism
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | March 7, 2022
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | March 7, 2022
Jorge Barrera, Justin Ling, Glen McGregor, Raisa Patel, Justin Tang, and Judy Trinh will talk about covering the Freedom Convoy on March 8 in Ottawa. The event will be moderated by Adrian Harewood. Photograph courtesy of Carleton's School of Journalism
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 2, 2022
Social media is one source of foreign and domestic influence for alt-right and far-right groups, experts say, but western alienation may also play a part in these movements. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 2, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 2, 2022
Social media is one source of foreign and domestic influence for alt-right and far-right groups, experts say, but western alienation may also play a part in these movements. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 2, 2022
Anti-Trudeau products were out in full force at the 'Freedom Convoy' protests which ended Feb. 20, after occupying the city for more than three weeks. These types of items 'become badge holders and signifiers that you’re one with the crowd,' says Carleton University's Stephen Saideman. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 2, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | March 2, 2022
Anti-Trudeau products were out in full force at the 'Freedom Convoy' protests which ended Feb. 20, after occupying the city for more than three weeks. These types of items 'become badge holders and signifiers that you’re one with the crowd,' says Carleton University's Stephen Saideman. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | February 28, 2022
Liberal MP Greg Fergus will be moderating a Pearson Centre event focused on economic recovery, with a sub-focus on Black economic issues. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | February 28, 2022
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | February 28, 2022
Liberal MP Greg Fergus will be moderating a Pearson Centre event focused on economic recovery, with a sub-focus on Black economic issues. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 23, 2022
Freedom Convoy supporters embrace on Wellington Street on Feb. 17, as the convoy’s occupation of downtown Ottawa finished its third week. 'We’ve seen for years now, declining trust in government,' says Institute on Governance vice-president Brad Graham. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 23, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 23, 2022
Freedom Convoy supporters embrace on Wellington Street on Feb. 17, as the convoy’s occupation of downtown Ottawa finished its third week. 'We’ve seen for years now, declining trust in government,' says Institute on Governance vice-president Brad Graham. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 23, 2022
Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre, pictured speaking to media in the West Block on Dec. 1, 2021, is currently the only declared candidates in the Conservative Party leadership race and has wracked up more than two dozen caucus endorsements. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 23, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 23, 2022
Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre, pictured speaking to media in the West Block on Dec. 1, 2021, is currently the only declared candidates in the Conservative Party leadership race and has wracked up more than two dozen caucus endorsements. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | February 21, 2022
Tyson Ross, manager of community outreach for Conservative MP Rick Perkins in South Shore-Sst. Margarets, N.S.), was the one to open the package, hurtling him into a chaotic scene of hazmat suits and decontamination showers like a scene out of a post-apocalyptic movie. Photograph courtesy of Tyson Ross
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | February 21, 2022
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | February 21, 2022
Tyson Ross, manager of community outreach for Conservative MP Rick Perkins in South Shore-Sst. Margarets, N.S.), was the one to open the package, hurtling him into a chaotic scene of hazmat suits and decontamination showers like a scene out of a post-apocalyptic movie. Photograph courtesy of Tyson Ross
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 16, 2022
Liberal MP Anju Dhillon introduced her private member's bill, C-233, on Feb. 7, in reaction to the surge of intimate partner violence cases that erupted during COVID-19. A similar public bill from Conservative Senator Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu is making its way through the Red Chamber. Screenshot courtesy of ParlVu
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 16, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 16, 2022
Liberal MP Anju Dhillon introduced her private member's bill, C-233, on Feb. 7, in reaction to the surge of intimate partner violence cases that erupted during COVID-19. A similar public bill from Conservative Senator Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu is making its way through the Red Chamber. Screenshot courtesy of ParlVu
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 16, 2022
A 'Freedom Convoy' supporter stands in front of trucks parked at Metcalfe and Wellington streets on Feb. 15, as the convoy’s occupation of downtown Ottawa enters its third week. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 16, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 16, 2022
A 'Freedom Convoy' supporter stands in front of trucks parked at Metcalfe and Wellington streets on Feb. 15, as the convoy’s occupation of downtown Ottawa enters its third week. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 14, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives for the Liberal party caucus meeting from West Block on Feb. 9, 2022. In an application for judicial review, Democracy Watch contends that his move to call a snap election late last summer was in fact against the law. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 14, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 14, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives for the Liberal party caucus meeting from West Block on Feb. 9, 2022. In an application for judicial review, Democracy Watch contends that his move to call a snap election late last summer was in fact against the law. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 10, 2022
Canadian Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez, pictured arriving at the West Block on Jan. 31, announced a new, $60-million Canada Performing Arts Worker Resilience Fund on Feb. 1. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 10, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 10, 2022
Canadian Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez, pictured arriving at the West Block on Jan. 31, announced a new, $60-million Canada Performing Arts Worker Resilience Fund on Feb. 1. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 9, 2022
Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion presented his six recommendations for improving the MP Conflict of Interest Code to the House Affairs Committee Feb. 3, which included making changes to the definition of friends and family for the purposes of conflict of interest violations. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 9, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 9, 2022
Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion presented his six recommendations for improving the MP Conflict of Interest Code to the House Affairs Committee Feb. 3, which included making changes to the definition of friends and family for the purposes of conflict of interest violations. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | February 7, 2022
Former CP reporter Joan Bryden, pictured talking to Bob Rae at an Ottawa event in 2015. 'I am officially a retired person today. This will take some adjustment after 40 years in daily journalist, 34 of them covering Parliament Hill/federal politics,' Bryden said on Twitter. The Hill Times file photograph
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | February 7, 2022
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | February 7, 2022
Former CP reporter Joan Bryden, pictured talking to Bob Rae at an Ottawa event in 2015. 'I am officially a retired person today. This will take some adjustment after 40 years in daily journalist, 34 of them covering Parliament Hill/federal politics,' Bryden said on Twitter. The Hill Times file photograph
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 3, 2022
Liberal MP Bardish Chagger, who was previously minister of diversity, inclusion, and youth, is pictured speaking with reporters outside the West Block on July 22, 2020. She officially became chair of the House Affairs Committee on Dec. 3, 2021. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 3, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 3, 2022
Liberal MP Bardish Chagger, who was previously minister of diversity, inclusion, and youth, is pictured speaking with reporters outside the West Block on July 22, 2020. She officially became chair of the House Affairs Committee on Dec. 3, 2021. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 2, 2022
Employment, Workforce Development, and Disability Inclusion Minister Carla Qualtrough says when it comes to the ease it can provide to witnesses with disabilities, some virtual components could be kept as a positive 'legacy' from the pandemic. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 2, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | February 2, 2022
Employment, Workforce Development, and Disability Inclusion Minister Carla Qualtrough says when it comes to the ease it can provide to witnesses with disabilities, some virtual components could be kept as a positive 'legacy' from the pandemic. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | January 31, 2022
A life lived: Paul Terrien, who died on Jan. 24 after suffering a severe brain aneurysm, was a celebrated speechwriter, working for several Conservative leaders. His passing was heralded by words of condolences from many Tory party members and former staffers. The Hill Times file photograph
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | January 31, 2022
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | January 31, 2022
A life lived: Paul Terrien, who died on Jan. 24 after suffering a severe brain aneurysm, was a celebrated speechwriter, working for several Conservative leaders. His passing was heralded by words of condolences from many Tory party members and former staffers. The Hill Times file photograph
News | BY ALICE CHEN | January 27, 2022
Conservative Party Leader Erin O’toole released a video earlier this month attacking Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault, accusing him of trying to 'end fossil fuel usage in 18 months,' when Guilbeault, in fact, said Ottawa plans to end fossil fuel subsidies by 2023. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | January 27, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | January 27, 2022
Conservative Party Leader Erin O’toole released a video earlier this month attacking Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault, accusing him of trying to 'end fossil fuel usage in 18 months,' when Guilbeault, in fact, said Ottawa plans to end fossil fuel subsidies by 2023. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | January 17, 2022
On Jan. 25, from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m., Paul Martin will join in a conversation with former New Brunswick premier Brian Gallant to talk about 'Navigating a Difficult World.' The Hill Times file photograph
News | BY ALICE CHEN | January 17, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | January 17, 2022
On Jan. 25, from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m., Paul Martin will join in a conversation with former New Brunswick premier Brian Gallant to talk about 'Navigating a Difficult World.' The Hill Times file photograph
News | BY ALICE CHEN | January 12, 2022
Correctional Investigator Ivan Zinger says nearly two years into the pandemic, restrictions imposed to try to stem the spread of COVID-19 in federal prisons 'remain exceptionally difficult for people behind bars.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | January 12, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | January 12, 2022
Correctional Investigator Ivan Zinger says nearly two years into the pandemic, restrictions imposed to try to stem the spread of COVID-19 in federal prisons 'remain exceptionally difficult for people behind bars.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | January 12, 2022
Trade Minister Mary Ng, left, Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly, Deputy PM and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are pictured meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden and team in the Oval Office on Nov. 18, 2021, during a trip to Washington, D.C., for the North American Leaders' Summit. Independent Senator Donna Dasko, who recently commissioned a survey on feminism in Canada, noted the Liberals have identified themselves as strong allies on the subject. PMO photograph by Adam Scotti
News | BY ALICE CHEN | January 12, 2022
News | BY ALICE CHEN | January 12, 2022
Trade Minister Mary Ng, left, Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly, Deputy PM and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are pictured meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden and team in the Oval Office on Nov. 18, 2021, during a trip to Washington, D.C., for the North American Leaders' Summit. Independent Senator Donna Dasko, who recently commissioned a survey on feminism in Canada, noted the Liberals have identified themselves as strong allies on the subject. PMO photograph by Adam Scotti
News | BY ALICE CHEN | December 28, 2021
Liberal MP Vance Badawey, left, argues for stronger efforts in taking advantage of the Great Lakes, while Independent Senator Rosa Galvez says that it's a sprint to catch up with environmental changes in the oceans and blue economy. Photographs courtesy of Vance Badawey and Rosa Galvez
News | BY ALICE CHEN | December 28, 2021
News | BY ALICE CHEN | December 28, 2021
Liberal MP Vance Badawey, left, argues for stronger efforts in taking advantage of the Great Lakes, while Independent Senator Rosa Galvez says that it's a sprint to catch up with environmental changes in the oceans and blue economy. Photographs courtesy of Vance Badawey and Rosa Galvez
News | BY ALICE CHEN | December 22, 2021
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne has said that there will be moves from the government to shift towards a more 'regional' supply chain. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | December 22, 2021
News | BY ALICE CHEN | December 22, 2021
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne has said that there will be moves from the government to shift towards a more 'regional' supply chain. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | December 20, 2021
Five to watch for, nerds: Making Middle-Class Multiculturalism: Immigration Bureaucrats and Policymaking in Postwar Canada; Commodity Politics: Contesting Responsibility in Cameroon; Deep Crown: Beyond Elizabeth II; The Authority Gap: Why Women Are Still Taken Less Seriously Than Men; and Negotiating Linguistic Plurality: Translation and Multilingualism in Canada and Beyond are all reads worth sinking your teeth into in 2022. Photographs courtesy of McGill-Queen’s University, University of Toronto Press, Penguin Random House Canada
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | December 20, 2021
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | December 20, 2021
Five to watch for, nerds: Making Middle-Class Multiculturalism: Immigration Bureaucrats and Policymaking in Postwar Canada; Commodity Politics: Contesting Responsibility in Cameroon; Deep Crown: Beyond Elizabeth II; The Authority Gap: Why Women Are Still Taken Less Seriously Than Men; and Negotiating Linguistic Plurality: Translation and Multilingualism in Canada and Beyond are all reads worth sinking your teeth into in 2022. Photographs courtesy of McGill-Queen’s University, University of Toronto Press, Penguin Random House Canada
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | December 15, 2021
David Cohen, pictured in 2017, is one of four heads of mission who presented their letters of credence to the Governor General on Dec. 7. Photograph courtesy of Elliot Haney/City Year/Flickr
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | December 15, 2021
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | December 15, 2021
David Cohen, pictured in 2017, is one of four heads of mission who presented their letters of credence to the Governor General on Dec. 7. Photograph courtesy of Elliot Haney/City Year/Flickr
News | BY ALICE CHEN | December 15, 2021
Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre, who's sat in the House since 2004, has made plenty of waves as his party's finance critic, a role he reclaimed on Nov. 9 after being shuffled out last February ahead of this year's election. The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia
News | BY ALICE CHEN | December 15, 2021
News | BY ALICE CHEN | December 15, 2021
Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre, who's sat in the House since 2004, has made plenty of waves as his party's finance critic, a role he reclaimed on Nov. 9 after being shuffled out last February ahead of this year's election. The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia
News | BY ALICE CHEN | December 15, 2021
Justice Minister David Lametti introduced Bill C-5 in the House of Commons on Dec. 7. The bill's proposal to repeal mandatory minimum penalties for a number of offences 'will restore a judge's ability to impose an appropriate sentence that responds to the facts of the case,' says Lametti. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ALICE CHEN | December 15, 2021
News | BY ALICE CHEN | December 15, 2021
Justice Minister David Lametti introduced Bill C-5 in the House of Commons on Dec. 7. The bill's proposal to repeal mandatory minimum penalties for a number of offences 'will restore a judge's ability to impose an appropriate sentence that responds to the facts of the case,' says Lametti. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | December 13, 2021
Rick Mercer, pictured on Nov. 7, 2018, in Ottawa, has another book out, Talking to Canadians: A Memoir, published by Penguin Random House Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | December 13, 2021
FeatureBY ALICE CHEN | December 13, 2021
Rick Mercer, pictured on Nov. 7, 2018, in Ottawa, has another book out, Talking to Canadians: A Memoir, published by Penguin Random House Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade