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News | BY CHELSEA NASH | December 1, 2022
The winning side: At the Nov. 30 Munk Debate, American journalist Matt Taibbi, left, and U.K-based author Douglas Murray argued for the motion 'Be it resolved, don't trust mainstream media.' They won the debate. Screenshot courtesy of Munk Debates
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | December 1, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | December 1, 2022
The winning side: At the Nov. 30 Munk Debate, American journalist Matt Taibbi, left, and U.K-based author Douglas Murray argued for the motion 'Be it resolved, don't trust mainstream media.' They won the debate. Screenshot courtesy of Munk Debates
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | November 28, 2022
The allegations of Chinese interference in Canada contain some 'awkwardness' for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who must balance being tough on China while maintaining crucial support of Chinese-Canadians in GTA ridings. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | November 28, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | November 28, 2022
The allegations of Chinese interference in Canada contain some 'awkwardness' for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who must balance being tough on China while maintaining crucial support of Chinese-Canadians in GTA ridings. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | November 22, 2022
Chief Electoral Officer Stéphane Perrault, pictured in 2019, testified before the Procedure and House Affairs Committee on Nov. 22—his second appearance this month. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | November 22, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | November 22, 2022
Chief Electoral Officer Stéphane Perrault, pictured in 2019, testified before the Procedure and House Affairs Committee on Nov. 22—his second appearance this month. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH, MIKE LAPOINTE | November 14, 2022
Freedom Convoy supporters carry and wear "F*ck Trudeau" flags along Metcalfe Street on Feb. 12, 2022. Over the last five to seven years, hate and harassment have spread into relatively obscure constituencies, and MPs are now facing this all the time. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH, MIKE LAPOINTE | November 14, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH, MIKE LAPOINTE | November 14, 2022
Freedom Convoy supporters carry and wear "F*ck Trudeau" flags along Metcalfe Street on Feb. 12, 2022. Over the last five to seven years, hate and harassment have spread into relatively obscure constituencies, and MPs are now facing this all the time. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | November 7, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau walks with his security detail on Wellington Street on Sept. 26, 2022. The RCMP is currently experiencing a shortage of special officers in its protection unit. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | November 7, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | November 7, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau walks with his security detail on Wellington Street on Sept. 26, 2022. The RCMP is currently experiencing a shortage of special officers in its protection unit. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH, MIKE LAPOINTE | October 31, 2022
Some of the MPs that have experienced hate and harassment. Clockwise from top left: NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, NDP MP Jenny Kwan, NDP MP Charlie Angus, Liberal MP Arielle Kayabaga, Liberal MP Judy Sgro, Liberal MP Yasir Naqvi, Independent MP Kevin Vuong, and Liberal MP Jenica Atwin. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and file photographs
News | BY CHELSEA NASH, MIKE LAPOINTE | October 31, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH, MIKE LAPOINTE | October 31, 2022
Some of the MPs that have experienced hate and harassment. Clockwise from top left: NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, NDP MP Jenny Kwan, NDP MP Charlie Angus, Liberal MP Arielle Kayabaga, Liberal MP Judy Sgro, Liberal MP Yasir Naqvi, Independent MP Kevin Vuong, and Liberal MP Jenica Atwin. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and file photographs
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | October 17, 2022
Some green space behind the Canadian Museum of History, where a portion of the ancient ossuary likely would have been. The Hill Times photograph by Chelsea Nash
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | October 17, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | October 17, 2022
Some green space behind the Canadian Museum of History, where a portion of the ancient ossuary likely would have been. The Hill Times photograph by Chelsea Nash
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | October 10, 2022
The construction of the original Parliament Buildings in 1865. Sand used in the mortar for these buildings was sourced from the site of an ancient Algonquin burial ground. Photograph courtesy of Library and Archives Canada
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | October 10, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | October 10, 2022
The construction of the original Parliament Buildings in 1865. Sand used in the mortar for these buildings was sourced from the site of an ancient Algonquin burial ground. Photograph courtesy of Library and Archives Canada
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | October 3, 2022
New Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre only took two questions from reporters at his first media availability as leader on Sept. 14, but only did so after Global News reporter David Akin interrupted his statement to ask why he planned to take no questions—something Akin later apologized for having done. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | October 3, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | October 3, 2022
New Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre only took two questions from reporters at his first media availability as leader on Sept. 14, but only did so after Global News reporter David Akin interrupted his statement to ask why he planned to take no questions—something Akin later apologized for having done. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | September 26, 2022
NDP MP Lori Idlout, who represents Nunavut, says her constituents in the North are dealing with untenable housing situations, including taking shifts sleeping on beds, living with cracks in the floor, and black mould. While Statistics Canada census data shows the share of Indigenous people living in crowded dwellings and in houses in need of major repairs is slowly declining, it's not showing improvement in the North. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | September 26, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | September 26, 2022
NDP MP Lori Idlout, who represents Nunavut, says her constituents in the North are dealing with untenable housing situations, including taking shifts sleeping on beds, living with cracks in the floor, and black mould. While Statistics Canada census data shows the share of Indigenous people living in crowded dwellings and in houses in need of major repairs is slowly declining, it's not showing improvement in the North. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
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, 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 CHELSEA NASH | September 19, 2022
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh. NDP House Leader Peter Julian says the NDP caucus will be 'relentlessly focused on people' this fall session. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | September 19, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | September 19, 2022
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh. NDP House Leader Peter Julian says the NDP caucus will be 'relentlessly focused on people' this fall session. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | July 10, 2022
Events like the Jan. 6 Capitol Hill riot, pictured, and the overturning of Roe v. Wade demonstrate the fragility of American democracy, experts say, and warn that Canada must prepare itself for the worst case scenarios: the fall of American democracy or even a civil war. Brett Davis photograph courtesy of Flickr
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | July 10, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | July 10, 2022
Events like the Jan. 6 Capitol Hill riot, pictured, and the overturning of Roe v. Wade demonstrate the fragility of American democracy, experts say, and warn that Canada must prepare itself for the worst case scenarios: the fall of American democracy or even a civil war. Brett Davis photograph courtesy of Flickr
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | July 4, 2022
Hundreds gather on Parliament Hill to protest Indigenous issues during the gathering of the Assembly of First Nations Special Chiefs Assembly in Ottawa on Dec. 4, 2018. The AFN will host its Annual General Assembly in Vancouver on July 5-7. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | July 4, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | July 4, 2022
Hundreds gather on Parliament Hill to protest Indigenous issues during the gathering of the Assembly of First Nations Special Chiefs Assembly in Ottawa on Dec. 4, 2018. The AFN will host its Annual General Assembly in Vancouver on July 5-7. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | July 3, 2022
Immigration Minister Sean Fraser, pictured here between testimony at the Special Committee on Afghanistan, had his work cut out for him when he took over the file—his first cabinet appointment—in October 2021. The pressure has only increased since then. The Hill Times Photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | July 3, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | July 3, 2022
Immigration Minister Sean Fraser, pictured here between testimony at the Special Committee on Afghanistan, had his work cut out for him when he took over the file—his first cabinet appointment—in October 2021. The pressure has only increased since then. The Hill Times Photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | June 27, 2022
AFN National Chief RoseAnne Archibald was suspended with pay on June 17 after she spoke out publicly about what she considers 'fictitious attacks' against her by AFN staff. In a June 17 statement, she described being locked out of her email and finding out about her suspension through the media. The statement referenced these events as 'a seemingly staged coup.' Photograph courtesy of Laura Barrios
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | June 27, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | June 27, 2022
AFN National Chief RoseAnne Archibald was suspended with pay on June 17 after she spoke out publicly about what she considers 'fictitious attacks' against her by AFN staff. In a June 17 statement, she described being locked out of her email and finding out about her suspension through the media. The statement referenced these events as 'a seemingly staged coup.' Photograph courtesy of Laura Barrios
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | June 19, 2022
Chief Electoral Officer Stéphane Perrault, pictured in this file photograph at the National Press Theatre in Ottawa, says disinformation is a 'serious threat' to Canadian democracy. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | June 19, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | June 19, 2022
Chief Electoral Officer Stéphane Perrault, pictured in this file photograph at the National Press Theatre in Ottawa, says disinformation is a 'serious threat' to Canadian democracy. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | June 12, 2022
The damage in Lytton, B.C., as seen in a photo posted by MP Brad Vis to Facebook on March 1, 2022. 'Eight [months] later, with debris removal barely begun, Lytton residents are exasperated at the pace of the rebuild. Lytton deserves better and we continue to work with all levels of government to move this recovery forward,' he wrote. Photograph courtesy of Brad Vis
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | June 12, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | June 12, 2022
The damage in Lytton, B.C., as seen in a photo posted by MP Brad Vis to Facebook on March 1, 2022. 'Eight [months] later, with debris removal barely begun, Lytton residents are exasperated at the pace of the rebuild. Lytton deserves better and we continue to work with all levels of government to move this recovery forward,' he wrote. Photograph courtesy of Brad Vis
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | June 5, 2022
From left, Innu Senator Michéle Audette, Mi'kmaq lawyer Pam Palmater, Ojibwe journalist Tanya Talaga, and Indigenous advocate Rose LeMay say they all want to see abusers from the residential schools and those who enabled them held criminally responsible for their actions. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and courtesy of the Senate of Canada
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | June 5, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | June 5, 2022
From left, Innu Senator Michéle Audette, Mi'kmaq lawyer Pam Palmater, Ojibwe journalist Tanya Talaga, and Indigenous advocate Rose LeMay say they all want to see abusers from the residential schools and those who enabled them held criminally responsible for their actions. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and courtesy of the Senate of Canada
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | May 30, 2022
Former Supreme Court Justice Louise Arbour takes part in a press conference on May 30, 2022, to speak about the release of the final report of the Independent External Comprehensive Review into Sexual Misconduct and Sexual Harassment in the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | May 30, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | May 30, 2022
Former Supreme Court Justice Louise Arbour takes part in a press conference on May 30, 2022, to speak about the release of the final report of the Independent External Comprehensive Review into Sexual Misconduct and Sexual Harassment in the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | May 29, 2022
An immigrant with a rough childhood, Conservative MP Jasraj Singh Hallan is now dedicated to helping youth in his community and immigrants and refugees to Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Chelsea Nash
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | May 29, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | May 29, 2022
An immigrant with a rough childhood, Conservative MP Jasraj Singh Hallan is now dedicated to helping youth in his community and immigrants and refugees to Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Chelsea Nash
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | May 23, 2022
Liberal MPs Arielle Kayabaga, left, and Greg Fergus, right, are the current and former chairs of the Liberal Black Caucus, respectively. Both said they would like to see more action taken by their government to combat hate and racism in Canada. Photograph courtesy of the Liberal Party of Canada and The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | May 23, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | May 23, 2022
Liberal MPs Arielle Kayabaga, left, and Greg Fergus, right, are the current and former chairs of the Liberal Black Caucus, respectively. Both said they would like to see more action taken by their government to combat hate and racism in Canada. Photograph courtesy of the Liberal Party of Canada and The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHELSEA NASH, DENNIS KOVTUN | May 9, 2022
Conservative House Leader John Brassard, right, is accusing the NDP of giving the Liberals an 'audience, not an opposition,' meanwhile NDP House leader Peter Julian, left, says the Conservatives are blocking legislation. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Sam Garcia
News | BY CHELSEA NASH, DENNIS KOVTUN | May 9, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH, DENNIS KOVTUN | May 9, 2022
Conservative House Leader John Brassard, right, is accusing the NDP of giving the Liberals an 'audience, not an opposition,' meanwhile NDP House leader Peter Julian, left, says the Conservatives are blocking legislation. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Sam Garcia
News | BY CHELSEA NASH, DENNIS KOVTUN | May 9, 2022
Ukraine's Ambassador-designate to Canada, Yulia Kovaliv, pictured here at the World Press Freedom Canada luncheon in Ottawa on May 3, has said the heavy weapons Canada has supplied Ukraine have 'made a difference' on the ground, but also said financial and military aid 'must increase and urgently flow to Ukraine, as the war unfolds.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH, DENNIS KOVTUN | May 9, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH, DENNIS KOVTUN | May 9, 2022
Ukraine's Ambassador-designate to Canada, Yulia Kovaliv, pictured here at the World Press Freedom Canada luncheon in Ottawa on May 3, has said the heavy weapons Canada has supplied Ukraine have 'made a difference' on the ground, but also said financial and military aid 'must increase and urgently flow to Ukraine, as the war unfolds.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 25, 2022
A new study of northern Canadians shows a disconnect between northerners and the federal government. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is pictured here with MP for Winnipeg and Minister of Northern Affairs Dan Vandal. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 25, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 25, 2022
A new study of northern Canadians shows a disconnect between northerners and the federal government. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is pictured here with MP for Winnipeg and Minister of Northern Affairs Dan Vandal. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 18, 2022
Minister of Immigration Sean Fraser, left, is facing criticism from NDP MP Jenny Kwan and Conservative MP Jasraj Singh Hallan for what they say is misdirected funding for preserving the 'integrity' of Canada's asylum program rather than reducing barriers for asylum-seekers and fast-tracking their applications. The Hill Times file photographs/Courtesy of Jasraj Singh Hallan on Facebook
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 18, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 18, 2022
Minister of Immigration Sean Fraser, left, is facing criticism from NDP MP Jenny Kwan and Conservative MP Jasraj Singh Hallan for what they say is misdirected funding for preserving the 'integrity' of Canada's asylum program rather than reducing barriers for asylum-seekers and fast-tracking their applications. The Hill Times file photographs/Courtesy of Jasraj Singh Hallan on Facebook
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 13, 2022
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland delivered her second budget on April 7 with much ado about economic growth, saying: 'Our economy has not just recovered. It is booming.' The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 13, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 13, 2022
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland delivered her second budget on April 7 with much ado about economic growth, saying: 'Our economy has not just recovered. It is booming.' The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 7, 2022
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, both pictured at separate press conferences on the Hill on March 22, after the prime minister officially announced that the New Democrats had agreed to tentatively support the Liberal government on confidence votes until the next fixed election in October 2025. The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 7, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 7, 2022
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, both pictured at separate press conferences on the Hill on March 22, after the prime minister officially announced that the New Democrats had agreed to tentatively support the Liberal government on confidence votes until the next fixed election in October 2025. The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 4, 2022
Senator Kim Pate, who has spent her life advocating for the rights of incarcerated people, pictured visiting a segregation unit and listening to a man being held there at the Millhaven Institute, a federal penitentiary, in Bath, Ont. Photograph courtesy of the Senate of Canada
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 4, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 4, 2022
Senator Kim Pate, who has spent her life advocating for the rights of incarcerated people, pictured visiting a segregation unit and listening to a man being held there at the Millhaven Institute, a federal penitentiary, in Bath, Ont. Photograph courtesy of the Senate of Canada
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 3, 2022
Former NDP leader Ed Broadbent, pictured with NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh in 2019, says the NDP shouldn't trust the Liberals, and must keep pushing to ensure the terms of the confidence and supply agreement are met. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 3, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | April 3, 2022
Former NDP leader Ed Broadbent, pictured with NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh in 2019, says the NDP shouldn't trust the Liberals, and must keep pushing to ensure the terms of the confidence and supply agreement are met. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 28, 2022
Immigration Minister Sean Fraser said racism is a 'sickness in our society,' and said there is 'zero tolerance for racism, discrimination, or harassment of any kind,' but acknowledged those problems do exist within the department.  The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 28, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 28, 2022
Immigration Minister Sean Fraser said racism is a 'sickness in our society,' and said there is 'zero tolerance for racism, discrimination, or harassment of any kind,' but acknowledged those problems do exist within the department.  The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 21, 2022
A C-130 takes off from Canadian Forces Station Alert on Ellsmere Island, Nunavut, in 2019. Russia's invasion of Ukraine has spurred discussion about the state of Canada's military capacity, particularly in the North, where Russia is Canada's neighbour. Photograph courtesy of Paul Green/The National Guard
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 21, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 21, 2022
A C-130 takes off from Canadian Forces Station Alert on Ellsmere Island, Nunavut, in 2019. Russia's invasion of Ukraine has spurred discussion about the state of Canada's military capacity, particularly in the North, where Russia is Canada's neighbour. Photograph courtesy of Paul Green/The National Guard
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 15, 2022
In his address to Parliament, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says 97 children have died from the war following Russia's invasion, and once again asks his allies to impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine. Screengrab courtesy of ParlVu
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 15, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 15, 2022
In his address to Parliament, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says 97 children have died from the war following Russia's invasion, and once again asks his allies to impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine. Screengrab courtesy of ParlVu
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 14, 2022
Environment and Climate Change Minister Steven Guilbeault, left, and Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson have said they are committed to tackling the crisis of Russia's invasion of Ukraine concurrently with the climate crisis. Conservative Greg McLean and others have been urging the government to increase Canadian oil and gas production and exports amidst spiking oil prices. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 14, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 14, 2022
Environment and Climate Change Minister Steven Guilbeault, left, and Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson have said they are committed to tackling the crisis of Russia's invasion of Ukraine concurrently with the climate crisis. Conservative Greg McLean and others have been urging the government to increase Canadian oil and gas production and exports amidst spiking oil prices. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 7, 2022
'Fuck Trudeau' was a prominent message at the convoy in downtown Ottawa. 'They have painted Trudeau as the flag carrier for ‘woke culture’ and the things that are, in their minds, threatening their status in the future,' says president and founder of Ekos Research Frank Graves. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 7, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 7, 2022
'Fuck Trudeau' was a prominent message at the convoy in downtown Ottawa. 'They have painted Trudeau as the flag carrier for ‘woke culture’ and the things that are, in their minds, threatening their status in the future,' says president and founder of Ekos Research Frank Graves. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 3, 2022
Immigration Minister Sean Fraser announced a new stream of immigration for Ukrainians seeking to flee war and come to Canada that will allow them to stay in the country for up to two years with work or study permits. It does not waive visa requirements for Ukrainians, as critics have been urging the government to do this week. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 3, 2022
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | March 3, 2022
Immigration Minister Sean Fraser announced a new stream of immigration for Ukrainians seeking to flee war and come to Canada that will allow them to stay in the country for up to two years with work or study permits. It does not waive visa requirements for Ukrainians, as critics have been urging the government to do this week. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | February 28, 2022
Conservative MP Michelle Rempel Garner, left, published an op-ed last week in which she chastised some of her caucus colleagues for contributing to conspiracy theories. Conservative MPs Pierre Poilievre and Cheryl Gallant, pictured, have made 'dog-whistle' references to such theories. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHELSEA NASH | February 28, 2022