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After touching down in Montreal on Sunday night, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, right, sat down with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in his home city. Photograph courtesy of Twitter/Adam Scotti
After touching down in Montreal on Sunday night, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, right, sat down with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in his home city. Photograph courtesy of Twitter/Adam Scotti
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | June 9, 2022
Conservative Senator Leo Housakos was the Speaker of the Senate in 2015. ‘Having decided that the allegations of discrimination were serious enough to investigate, the Speaker was bound to respect the basic principles of fairness,’ according to the Federal Court. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | June 9, 2022
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | June 9, 2022
Conservative Senator Leo Housakos was the Speaker of the Senate in 2015. ‘Having decided that the allegations of discrimination were serious enough to investigate, the Speaker was bound to respect the basic principles of fairness,’ according to the Federal Court. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Conservative finance critic Pierre Poilievre has a motion on today’s notice paper calling for the House Finance Committee, underway as of today, to have the ability to split the pandemic support bill, C-2, into two separate pieces of legislation. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Conservative finance critic Pierre Poilievre has a motion on today’s notice paper calling for the House Finance Committee, underway as of today, to have the ability to split the pandemic support bill, C-2, into two separate pieces of legislation. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Justice Minister David Lametti will table a new bill to outlaw conversion therapy in the House on Monday. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Justice Minister David Lametti will table a new bill to outlaw conversion therapy in the House on Monday. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The race for House Speaker is on, with MPs casting secret ballots at 1 p.m. to select from incumbent Liberal Anthony Rota, centre, or (clockwise from top right) NDP MP Carol Hughes, Green MP Elizabeth May, Liberal MP Alexandra Mendès, Conservative MPs Joël Godin and ChriS d’Entremont, or Liberal MP Marc Dalton. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia, and Cynthia Münster, and photographs courtesy of the House of Commons
The race for House Speaker is on, with MPs casting secret ballots at 1 p.m. to select from incumbent Liberal Anthony Rota, centre, or (clockwise from top right) NDP MP Carol Hughes, Green MP Elizabeth May, Liberal MP Alexandra Mendès, Conservative MPs Joël Godin and ChriS d’Entremont, or Liberal MP Marc Dalton. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia, and Cynthia Münster, and photographs courtesy of the House of Commons
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will seal the affordable childcare deal this morning in Edmonton, with Alberta becoming the ninth jurisdiction to sign an agreement with the feds for $10 per day childcare. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will seal the affordable childcare deal this morning in Edmonton, with Alberta becoming the ninth jurisdiction to sign an agreement with the feds for $10 per day childcare. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole will hold a press conference in Ottawa on Monday morning. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole will hold a press conference in Ottawa on Monday morning. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, centre, will be accompanied by cabinet colleagues such as Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault, left, and Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson, right, as COP26 kicks off in Scotland today. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, centre, will be accompanied by cabinet colleagues such as Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault, left, and Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson, right, as COP26 kicks off in Scotland today. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | October 25, 2021
B.C. Premier John Horgan, left, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are pictured in Centre Block on July 25, 2017. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | October 25, 2021
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | October 25, 2021
B.C. Premier John Horgan, left, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are pictured in Centre Block on July 25, 2017. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY CHARELLE EVELYN | September 27, 2021
Former Liberal-turned-Independent MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes' memoir was described by the Shaughnessy Cohen Prize jury members Peter Dauvergne, Adrian Harewood, and Heather Scoffield as a 'memoir like no other in the history of Canadian politics. Breathtakingly candid, she takes us on a rollercoaster ride through her childhood, relations, mental health struggles, and time in public office. Along the way she exposes deep-seated racism and sexism in Canadian society and on Parliament Hill and reminds us that our politicians are real people: vulnerable, caring, resilient. Her dry sense of humour, sparkling intellect, and courage in speaking her mind leave the reader reeling in admiration. Such a powerful voice cannot be silenced." Photograph courtesy of Celina Caesar-Chavannes
FeatureBY CHARELLE EVELYN | September 27, 2021
FeatureBY CHARELLE EVELYN | September 27, 2021
Former Liberal-turned-Independent MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes' memoir was described by the Shaughnessy Cohen Prize jury members Peter Dauvergne, Adrian Harewood, and Heather Scoffield as a 'memoir like no other in the history of Canadian politics. Breathtakingly candid, she takes us on a rollercoaster ride through her childhood, relations, mental health struggles, and time in public office. Along the way she exposes deep-seated racism and sexism in Canadian society and on Parliament Hill and reminds us that our politicians are real people: vulnerable, caring, resilient. Her dry sense of humour, sparkling intellect, and courage in speaking her mind leave the reader reeling in admiration. Such a powerful voice cannot be silenced." Photograph courtesy of Celina Caesar-Chavannes
After five rounds of voting, RoseAnne Archibald was named as the new national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, becoming the first woman to lead the organization in its nearly 40-year history. Photograph courtesy of Facebook
After five rounds of voting, RoseAnne Archibald was named as the new national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, becoming the first woman to lead the organization in its nearly 40-year history. Photograph courtesy of Facebook
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 12, 2021
Celina Caesar-Chavannes was appointed as the prime minister’s parliamentary secretary in December 2015. When she left the role in January 2017, it remained unfilled, until the March 19 announcement that Quebec MP Greg Fergus would take on the role, a move she says ‘seems like one more window-dressing piece.’ Photograph courtesy of Celina Caesar-Chavannes
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 12, 2021
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 12, 2021
Celina Caesar-Chavannes was appointed as the prime minister’s parliamentary secretary in December 2015. When she left the role in January 2017, it remained unfilled, until the March 19 announcement that Quebec MP Greg Fergus would take on the role, a move she says ‘seems like one more window-dressing piece.’ Photograph courtesy of Celina Caesar-Chavannes
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | December 3, 2020
Nicholas Marcus Thompson, left, is one of the representative plaintiffs in a proposed class-action lawsuit against the federal government. Former senator Donald Oliver, middle, has long championed the idea of a new federal government Department of Diversity headed by a Black deputy minister, and before leaving politics former MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes, right, introduced a bill in the last Parliament to change the Employment Equity Act. Photograph courtesy of Twitter, The Hill Times file photograph and photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | December 3, 2020
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | December 3, 2020
Nicholas Marcus Thompson, left, is one of the representative plaintiffs in a proposed class-action lawsuit against the federal government. Former senator Donald Oliver, middle, has long championed the idea of a new federal government Department of Diversity headed by a Black deputy minister, and before leaving politics former MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes, right, introduced a bill in the last Parliament to change the Employment Equity Act. Photograph courtesy of Twitter, The Hill Times file photograph and photograph by Andrew Meade
Conservative critics Michael Barrett, left, and Pierre Poilievre, pictured at an Aug. 19 press conference, will return to a West Block podium at 9:15 a.m. to ‘call on the Trudeau Liberals to end their WE Scandal cover-up at the Finance and Ethics committees.’ The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Conservative critics Michael Barrett, left, and Pierre Poilievre, pictured at an Aug. 19 press conference, will return to a West Block podium at 9:15 a.m. to ‘call on the Trudeau Liberals to end their WE Scandal cover-up at the Finance and Ethics committees.’ The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Chief Public Health Officer Theresa Tam speak to reporters in the West Block on Oct. 13. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Chief Public Health Officer Theresa Tam speak to reporters in the West Block on Oct. 13. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | August 18, 2020
Bill Morneau announced on Aug. 17 in West Block that he had resigned as both finance minister and the MP for Toronto Centre. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | August 18, 2020
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | August 18, 2020
Bill Morneau announced on Aug. 17 in West Block that he had resigned as both finance minister and the MP for Toronto Centre. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured in front of Rideau Cottage on June 18, will be scaling back his daily COVID-19 press briefings. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured in front of Rideau Cottage on June 18, will be scaling back his daily COVID-19 press briefings. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, pictured with Margaret Trudeau, is an ambassador for the WE Well-being program. Photograph courtesy of Instagram
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, pictured with Margaret Trudeau, is an ambassador for the WE Well-being program. Photograph courtesy of Instagram
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | June 15, 2020
Richard Sharpe, founder of the Federal Black Employee Caucus, is pictured in February, 2019. Mr. Sharpe says he’s hoping for faster progress on work to improve working conditions for Black federal public servants that has been years in the making. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | June 15, 2020
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | June 15, 2020
Richard Sharpe, founder of the Federal Black Employee Caucus, is pictured in February, 2019. Mr. Sharpe says he’s hoping for faster progress on work to improve working conditions for Black federal public servants that has been years in the making. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Fisheries and Oceans Minister Bernadette Jordan is pictured in the West Block in May 2019. Over the weekend, the government announced new money to support fish and seafood processors. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Fisheries and Oceans Minister Bernadette Jordan is pictured in the West Block in May 2019. Over the weekend, the government announced new money to support fish and seafood processors. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
National Defence deputy minister Jody Thomas, Chief of the Defence Staff Gen. Jonathan Vance, National Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met Monday morning to talk about the ongoing situation in Iraq following the U.S. airstrike that killed Iranian general Qassem Soleimani last week. Twitter photograph by Adam Scotti
National Defence deputy minister Jody Thomas, Chief of the Defence Staff Gen. Jonathan Vance, National Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met Monday morning to talk about the ongoing situation in Iraq following the U.S. airstrike that killed Iranian general Qassem Soleimani last week. Twitter photograph by Adam Scotti
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | October 17, 2019
Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau held a rally in Peterborough on Sept. 26, to boost local candidates Kim Rudd, Maryam Monsef, and Judi Forbes. Photograph courtesy of Twitter
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | October 17, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | October 17, 2019
Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau held a rally in Peterborough on Sept. 26, to boost local candidates Kim Rudd, Maryam Monsef, and Judi Forbes. Photograph courtesy of Twitter
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | October 9, 2019
Brampton East NDP MPP Gurratan Singh, centre left, and NDP federal Brampton East candidate Saranjit Singh, centre right, are pictured at Saranjit Singh’s campaign office launch. The party is hoping its ‘bold’ platform and NDP pedigree will help push the riding orange on Oct. 21. Photograph courtesy of Saranjit Singh’s Twitter
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | October 9, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | October 9, 2019
Brampton East NDP MPP Gurratan Singh, centre left, and NDP federal Brampton East candidate Saranjit Singh, centre right, are pictured at Saranjit Singh’s campaign office launch. The party is hoping its ‘bold’ platform and NDP pedigree will help push the riding orange on Oct. 21. Photograph courtesy of Saranjit Singh’s Twitter
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | September 17, 2019
Liberal MP Arif Virani, centre, pictured on Sept. 15, 2019, at the Toronto Ukrainian Festival in Parkdale-High Park. Mr. Virani, who was first elected in 2015 with 42 per cent of the vote, is in a tough battle against the NDP candidate. He beat NDP incumbent Peggy Nash in 2015 by only 1,057 votes. Ms. Nash garnered 40 per cent of the vote in that election. Photograph courtesy of Twitter
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | September 17, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | September 17, 2019
Liberal MP Arif Virani, centre, pictured on Sept. 15, 2019, at the Toronto Ukrainian Festival in Parkdale-High Park. Mr. Virani, who was first elected in 2015 with 42 per cent of the vote, is in a tough battle against the NDP candidate. He beat NDP incumbent Peggy Nash in 2015 by only 1,057 votes. Ms. Nash garnered 40 per cent of the vote in that election. Photograph courtesy of Twitter
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 29, 2019
Independent Senator Raymonde Saint-Germaine, pictured speaking to reporters in 2018, chairs the Human Resources Subcommittee. The group recommended the Upper Chamber participate in anti-harassment training, which is now almost fully complete. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 29, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 29, 2019
Independent Senator Raymonde Saint-Germaine, pictured speaking to reporters in 2018, chairs the Human Resources Subcommittee. The group recommended the Upper Chamber participate in anti-harassment training, which is now almost fully complete. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 22, 2019
Independent Sen. Kim Pate, left, says more work needs to be done on the prisoner-segregation bill, C-83. Independent Sen. Yuen Pau Woo, centre, says committees shouldn’t reject government legislation, like the tanker-ban bill, C-48. Meanwhile, Conservative Sen. Don Plett, right, says he’s frustrated by the government’s ‘heavy-handedness’ in dealing with the gun bill, C-71. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 22, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 22, 2019
Independent Sen. Kim Pate, left, says more work needs to be done on the prisoner-segregation bill, C-83. Independent Sen. Yuen Pau Woo, centre, says committees shouldn’t reject government legislation, like the tanker-ban bill, C-48. Meanwhile, Conservative Sen. Don Plett, right, says he’s frustrated by the government’s ‘heavy-handedness’ in dealing with the gun bill, C-71. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 22, 2019
Conservative Senators Don Plett, left, and Elizabeth Marshall, right, say Senators should be the ones to examine the rules about eligible expenses from their office budgets. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 22, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 22, 2019
Conservative Senators Don Plett, left, and Elizabeth Marshall, right, say Senators should be the ones to examine the rules about eligible expenses from their office budgets. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 16, 2019
Vice-Admiral Mark Norman and lawyer Marie Heinan attend the Ottawa courthouse on May 8. Conservative and NDP MPs prompted today's emergency meeting of the House National Defence Committee, where they will ask for a probe into the government's conduct during the soldier's criminal proceedings that have now been stayed. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 16, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 16, 2019
Vice-Admiral Mark Norman and lawyer Marie Heinan attend the Ottawa courthouse on May 8. Conservative and NDP MPs prompted today's emergency meeting of the House National Defence Committee, where they will ask for a probe into the government's conduct during the soldier's criminal proceedings that have now been stayed. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 15, 2019
The appearance of the north side of Centre Block could be changed if plans go forward to add pavilions alongside the Library of Parliament to house committee rooms for the Senate and House. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 15, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 15, 2019
The appearance of the north side of Centre Block could be changed if plans go forward to add pavilions alongside the Library of Parliament to house committee rooms for the Senate and House. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 1, 2019
National Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier is responsible for the Canada Revenue Agency. The agency administers Income Tax Act, which the Liberals plan to change to allow more time for people to deal with getting the wrong paycheque—a big problem for public servants thanks to Phoenix. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 1, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 1, 2019
National Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier is responsible for the Canada Revenue Agency. The agency administers Income Tax Act, which the Liberals plan to change to allow more time for people to deal with getting the wrong paycheque—a big problem for public servants thanks to Phoenix. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 1, 2019
Independent Senator Marc Gold is sponsoring Bill C-59 in the Senate, and says there may be middle ground on a controversial proposed change to the Criminal Code. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 1, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | May 1, 2019
Independent Senator Marc Gold is sponsoring Bill C-59 in the Senate, and says there may be middle ground on a controversial proposed change to the Criminal Code. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 24, 2019
Employment and Social Development Canada, whose political masters include Families, Children, and Social Development Minister Jean-Yves Duclos, pictured right arriving at a Feb. 19 cabinet meeting in West Block, reported the most instances of unsecured protected and classified documents going back to 2016, according to new numbers from the government. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 24, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 24, 2019
Employment and Social Development Canada, whose political masters include Families, Children, and Social Development Minister Jean-Yves Duclos, pictured right arriving at a Feb. 19 cabinet meeting in West Block, reported the most instances of unsecured protected and classified documents going back to 2016, according to new numbers from the government. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 17, 2019
Independent Sen. Donna Dasko commissioned a Nanos Research poll that suggests the majority of respondents support the Trudeau government’s changes to the Senate. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 17, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 17, 2019
Independent Sen. Donna Dasko commissioned a Nanos Research poll that suggests the majority of respondents support the Trudeau government’s changes to the Senate. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 17, 2019
The House Status of Women Committee, chaired by Conservative MP Karen Vecchio, tabled a report on women in politics April 10. A dissenting report from Conservative committee members rebuffed the idea of setting quotas for women in political parties. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 17, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 17, 2019
The House Status of Women Committee, chaired by Conservative MP Karen Vecchio, tabled a report on women in politics April 10. A dissenting report from Conservative committee members rebuffed the idea of setting quotas for women in political parties. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 17, 2019
House Speaker Geoff Regan, left, and Chief Government Whip Mark Holland, right, have both taken what they call an ‘involuntary sabbatical,’ after losing their House seats. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Rachel Aiello
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 17, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 17, 2019
House Speaker Geoff Regan, left, and Chief Government Whip Mark Holland, right, have both taken what they call an ‘involuntary sabbatical,’ after losing their House seats. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Rachel Aiello
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 10, 2019
Liberal Sen. Lillian Dyck had unanimous Senate support in February for a motion calling on the government to remove the remaining elements of sex discrimination through the Indian Act by June 21. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 10, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 10, 2019
Liberal Sen. Lillian Dyck had unanimous Senate support in February for a motion calling on the government to remove the remaining elements of sex discrimination through the Indian Act by June 21. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 10, 2019
Conservative Sen. Don Plett, left, moved a slew of amendments to Bill C-71 that the sponsor, Independent Sen. André Pratte, right, says gut the Liberals' gun legislation. The Hill Times file photograph, and by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 10, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 10, 2019
Conservative Sen. Don Plett, left, moved a slew of amendments to Bill C-71 that the sponsor, Independent Sen. André Pratte, right, says gut the Liberals' gun legislation. The Hill Times file photograph, and by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 10, 2019
The Senate’s Transport and Communications Committee, chaired by Conservative Sen. David Tkachuk, will now be going to Alberta and Saskatchewan for its study of Bill C-48, which would ban oil tankers off B.C.'s north coast. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 10, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 10, 2019
The Senate’s Transport and Communications Committee, chaired by Conservative Sen. David Tkachuk, will now be going to Alberta and Saskatchewan for its study of Bill C-48, which would ban oil tankers off B.C.'s north coast. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 3, 2019
Conservative Sen. Scott Tannas, left, and Independent Sen. Raymonde Saint-Germain, right, are deputy chair and chair, respectively, of the Human Resources Subcommittee. The group’s recent report says the Senate’s working conditions need improvement to make a new anti-harassment policy more effective. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 3, 2019
FeatureBY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 3, 2019
Conservative Sen. Scott Tannas, left, and Independent Sen. Raymonde Saint-Germain, right, are deputy chair and chair, respectively, of the Human Resources Subcommittee. The group’s recent report says the Senate’s working conditions need improvement to make a new anti-harassment policy more effective. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 3, 2019
Conservative Senator Elizabeth Marshall says she’s been pushing to have an auditor come in and look at Senators’ expense claims. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 3, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN | April 3, 2019
Conservative Senator Elizabeth Marshall says she’s been pushing to have an auditor come in and look at Senators’ expense claims. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN, PETER MAZEREEUW | April 3, 2019
Independent Senator Doug Black, left, and Conservative Senator Don Plett, middle, say the Transport Committee should be going to Alberta and Saskatchewan as part of its C-48 study. Independent Senator Paula Simons, right, says the Energy Committee’s travel on Bill C-69 should include a First Nation. The Hill Times file photograph, photograph by Andrew Meade, and courtesy of Paula Simons
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN, PETER MAZEREEUW | April 3, 2019
News | BY CHARELLE EVELYN, PETER MAZEREEUW | April 3, 2019