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Carl Meyer

Carl Meyer is a freelance journalist based in Ottawa and the former managing editor of Embassy newspaper.

FeatureBY CARL MEYER | February 8, 2017
Everyday objects like fridges are being built with onboard computers, internal cameras, and wireless connectivity, allowing them to be linked-up to a dizzying array of microphone-enabled devices flooding the market offering voice-activated controls. Illustraion courtesy of Wilgengebroed
FeatureBY CARL MEYER | February 8, 2017
FeatureBY CARL MEYER | February 8, 2017
Everyday objects like fridges are being built with onboard computers, internal cameras, and wireless connectivity, allowing them to be linked-up to a dizzying array of microphone-enabled devices flooding the market offering voice-activated controls. Illustraion courtesy of Wilgengebroed
News | BY CARL MEYER | November 10, 2016
The 12 registered Conservative Party leadership candidates squared off Nov. 9 in Saskatoon on everything from a carbon tax to trade. They are, from left: Kellie Leitch, Lisa Raitt, Dan Lindsay, Steven Blaney, Andrew Scheer, Deepak Obhrai, Michael Chong, Andrew Saxton, Erin O’Toole, and Maxime Bernier. Chris Alexander and Brad Trost are not pictured. Screenshot courtesy of CPAC
News | BY CARL MEYER | November 10, 2016
News | BY CARL MEYER | November 10, 2016
The 12 registered Conservative Party leadership candidates squared off Nov. 9 in Saskatoon on everything from a carbon tax to trade. They are, from left: Kellie Leitch, Lisa Raitt, Dan Lindsay, Steven Blaney, Andrew Scheer, Deepak Obhrai, Michael Chong, Andrew Saxton, Erin O’Toole, and Maxime Bernier. Chris Alexander and Brad Trost are not pictured. Screenshot courtesy of CPAC
FeatureBY CARL MEYER | November 3, 2016
Sapers is like an exotic bird rarely seen in Ottawa politics: a blunt-talking, feather-ruffling watchdog who nevertheless holds on to his job through multiple federal elections. He is only the third such investigator that’s ever been appointed—after an initial five-year appointment, he’s been reappointed four more times: in 2009, 2012, 2015 and this year. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY CARL MEYER | November 3, 2016
FeatureBY CARL MEYER | November 3, 2016
Sapers is like an exotic bird rarely seen in Ottawa politics: a blunt-talking, feather-ruffling watchdog who nevertheless holds on to his job through multiple federal elections. He is only the third such investigator that’s ever been appointed—after an initial five-year appointment, he’s been reappointed four more times: in 2009, 2012, 2015 and this year. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CARL MEYER | November 1, 2016
Cannabis is a flowering herb. After harvesting and curing, the dried buds are either smoked, vaporized, or turned into edibles like pot brownies or concentrates like shatter. P&I Photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY CARL MEYER | November 1, 2016
News | BY CARL MEYER | November 1, 2016
Cannabis is a flowering herb. After harvesting and curing, the dried buds are either smoked, vaporized, or turned into edibles like pot brownies or concentrates like shatter. P&I Photograph by Jake Wright
FeatureBY CARL MEYER | October 10, 2016
Cannabis is a flowering herb. After harvesting and curing, the dried buds are either smoked, vaporized, or turned into edibles like pot brownies or concentrates like shatter. P&I Photograph by Jake Wright
FeatureBY CARL MEYER | October 10, 2016
FeatureBY CARL MEYER | October 10, 2016
Cannabis is a flowering herb. After harvesting and curing, the dried buds are either smoked, vaporized, or turned into edibles like pot brownies or concentrates like shatter. P&I Photograph by Jake Wright
FeatureBY CARL MEYER | October 10, 2016
Sapers is like an exotic bird rarely seen in Ottawa politics: a blunt-talking, feather-ruffling watchdog who nevertheless holds on to his job through multiple federal elections. He is only the third such investigator that’s ever been appointed—after an initial five-year appointment, he’s been reappointed four more times: in 2009, 2012, 2015 and this year. The Hill Times Photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY CARL MEYER | October 10, 2016
FeatureBY CARL MEYER | October 10, 2016
Sapers is like an exotic bird rarely seen in Ottawa politics: a blunt-talking, feather-ruffling watchdog who nevertheless holds on to his job through multiple federal elections. He is only the third such investigator that’s ever been appointed—after an initial five-year appointment, he’s been reappointed four more times: in 2009, 2012, 2015 and this year. The Hill Times Photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY CARL MEYER | July 11, 2016
Minister of democratic institutions Maryam Monsef is leading the electoral reform process in Canada. P&I Photograph by Jean-Marc Carisse
FeatureBY CARL MEYER | July 11, 2016
FeatureBY CARL MEYER | July 11, 2016
Minister of democratic institutions Maryam Monsef is leading the electoral reform process in Canada. P&I Photograph by Jean-Marc Carisse
News | BY CARL MEYER | June 17, 2016
Speakers at today's Hill Times event. From left: Chris Halyk, Louise Binder, Brett Skinner, moderator Ally Foster, Sarah Beech, and Jennifer Hamilton. The Hill Times Photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CARL MEYER | June 17, 2016
News | BY CARL MEYER | June 17, 2016
Speakers at today's Hill Times event. From left: Chris Halyk, Louise Binder, Brett Skinner, moderator Ally Foster, Sarah Beech, and Jennifer Hamilton. The Hill Times Photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CARL MEYER | June 3, 2016
Health Minister Jane Philpott. The CMA, which pushed for a national seniors strategy during the last federal election, said they were "encouraged" by the Liberal government's 2016 budget that committed to "negotiate a new multi-year health accord." The Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright.
News | BY CARL MEYER | June 3, 2016
News | BY CARL MEYER | June 3, 2016
Health Minister Jane Philpott. The CMA, which pushed for a national seniors strategy during the last federal election, said they were "encouraged" by the Liberal government's 2016 budget that committed to "negotiate a new multi-year health accord." The Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright.
News | BY CARL MEYER | May 11, 2016
Panelists at today's Hill Times event on Women in Finance. From left, Ally Foster, The Hill Times online editor, and editor of Power & Influence moderated the session; Caroline Hubberstey, head of external affairs Interac; Caroline Riseboro, CEO Plan International Canada; and Sharon Connolly, vice president, financing and consulting at Business Development Bank of Canada. The Hill Times Photograph by Sam Garcia.
News | BY CARL MEYER | May 11, 2016
News | BY CARL MEYER | May 11, 2016
Panelists at today's Hill Times event on Women in Finance. From left, Ally Foster, The Hill Times online editor, and editor of Power & Influence moderated the session; Caroline Hubberstey, head of external affairs Interac; Caroline Riseboro, CEO Plan International Canada; and Sharon Connolly, vice president, financing and consulting at Business Development Bank of Canada. The Hill Times Photograph by Sam Garcia.
News | BY CARL MEYER | May 4, 2016
The main U.S. entrance to the Detroit-Windsor border tunnel, pictured in 2013. The final stages of a border info-sharing system have been delayed two years. U.S. Customs and Border Protection photograph by Kris Grogan
News | BY CARL MEYER | May 4, 2016
News | BY CARL MEYER | May 4, 2016
The main U.S. entrance to the Detroit-Windsor border tunnel, pictured in 2013. The final stages of a border info-sharing system have been delayed two years. U.S. Customs and Border Protection photograph by Kris Grogan
News | BY CARL MEYER | April 15, 2016
Nick Mulder, senior associate at Global Public Affairs and a former deputy minister at Transport Canada, spoke at the April 14 Hill Times Events' forum on Transportation. He argued that creating a transportation data platform within the Canadian Transportation Agency, instead of building on current Statistics Canada data, is an unnecessary step. The Hill Times Events Twitter Photograph
News | BY CARL MEYER | April 15, 2016
News | BY CARL MEYER | April 15, 2016
Nick Mulder, senior associate at Global Public Affairs and a former deputy minister at Transport Canada, spoke at the April 14 Hill Times Events' forum on Transportation. He argued that creating a transportation data platform within the Canadian Transportation Agency, instead of building on current Statistics Canada data, is an unnecessary step. The Hill Times Events Twitter Photograph
News | BY CARL MEYER | April 13, 2016
Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier this week outlined her government's plan to crack down on tax evasion. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY CARL MEYER | April 13, 2016
News | BY CARL MEYER | April 13, 2016
Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier this week outlined her government's plan to crack down on tax evasion. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY CARL MEYER | March 24, 2016
Mexican Ambassador Agustín García-López, left, spoke March 24 in Ottawa at the event A New North American Future, hosted by Hill Times Events. The panel discussion was moderated by Catherine Clark and featured Eric Miller, vice-president of policy, North America and cybersecurity at the Business Council of Canada; Mathew Wilson, vice-president of national policy at Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters and Mairead Lavery, senior vice-president, business development at Export Development Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Carl Meyer
News | BY CARL MEYER | March 24, 2016
News | BY CARL MEYER | March 24, 2016
Mexican Ambassador Agustín García-López, left, spoke March 24 in Ottawa at the event A New North American Future, hosted by Hill Times Events. The panel discussion was moderated by Catherine Clark and featured Eric Miller, vice-president of policy, North America and cybersecurity at the Business Council of Canada; Mathew Wilson, vice-president of national policy at Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters and Mairead Lavery, senior vice-president, business development at Export Development Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Carl Meyer