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News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | November 30, 2022
For the most part, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his ministers were ‘strong on the performative side’ during their testimonies before the commission, says Tim Powers. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | November 30, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | November 30, 2022
For the most part, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his ministers were ‘strong on the performative side’ during their testimonies before the commission, says Tim Powers. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | November 21, 2022
Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc, left, Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly, and Jody Thomas, the prime minister's national security adviser, have been summoned to appear before the House Affairs Committee over their knowledge of China's interference in the 2019 federal election. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | November 21, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | November 21, 2022
Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc, left, Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly, and Jody Thomas, the prime minister's national security adviser, have been summoned to appear before the House Affairs Committee over their knowledge of China's interference in the 2019 federal election. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | November 4, 2022
Police, pictured Feb. 17, 2022, arresting a man on Wellington Street during the Freedom Convoy’s occupation of downtown Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | November 4, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | November 4, 2022
Police, pictured Feb. 17, 2022, arresting a man on Wellington Street during the Freedom Convoy’s occupation of downtown Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | October 31, 2022
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, pictured Sept. 13, 2022, on the Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | October 31, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | October 31, 2022
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, pictured Sept. 13, 2022, on the Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | October 13, 2022
Michael Scandiffio, a former Hill Times news editor, CTV Hill reporter and a former federal public servant, has been missing since Oct. 2, 2022, near his family cottage in Otter Lake, Que. Image courtesy of Sûreté du Québec
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | October 13, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | October 13, 2022
Michael Scandiffio, a former Hill Times news editor, CTV Hill reporter and a former federal public servant, has been missing since Oct. 2, 2022, near his family cottage in Otter Lake, Que. Image courtesy of Sûreté du Québec
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | October 10, 2022
Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, pictured Oct. 3, 2022, at the House Finance Committee on Parliament Hill. She said the government needs 'to find a balance' between providing support to vulnerable Canadians while maintaining fiscal responsibility. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | October 10, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | October 10, 2022
Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, pictured Oct. 3, 2022, at the House Finance Committee on Parliament Hill. She said the government needs 'to find a balance' between providing support to vulnerable Canadians while maintaining fiscal responsibility. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | October 5, 2022
Infrastructure Minister Dominic LeBlanc says the Canada Infrastructure Bank isn’t going anywhere and that a House committee report calling for its abolishment ‘does not reflect the current state of the CIB nor its progress.’ The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | October 5, 2022
Opinion | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | October 5, 2022
Infrastructure Minister Dominic LeBlanc says the Canada Infrastructure Bank isn’t going anywhere and that a House committee report calling for its abolishment ‘does not reflect the current state of the CIB nor its progress.’ The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | October 3, 2022
Green Party interim leader Amita Kuttner, pictured on Dec. 1, 2021, on the Hill, said he worries about people who are in a similar situation, but without the 'privileges and support network' that he has, and believes the federal government can step up and do more to help them. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | October 3, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | October 3, 2022
Green Party interim leader Amita Kuttner, pictured on Dec. 1, 2021, on the Hill, said he worries about people who are in a similar situation, but without the 'privileges and support network' that he has, and believes the federal government can step up and do more to help them. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | September 29, 2022
NDP MPs Nathan Cullen, Olivia Chow, Bill Blaikie, and Paul Dewar, pictured at Maclean's magazine's party at the Chateau Laurier in Ottawa on Nov. 21, 2007. Blaikie was voted the Best Parliamentarian of Year by his peers that year. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | September 29, 2022
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | September 29, 2022
NDP MPs Nathan Cullen, Olivia Chow, Bill Blaikie, and Paul Dewar, pictured at Maclean's magazine's party at the Chateau Laurier in Ottawa on Nov. 21, 2007. Blaikie was voted the Best Parliamentarian of Year by his peers that year. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | September 19, 2022
Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc and new Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre are expected to spar during the 45-minute daily Question Period this fall. 'I think Dominic also has the personality that can take on Poilievre,' said Don Desserud. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | September 19, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | September 19, 2022
Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc and new Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre are expected to spar during the 45-minute daily Question Period this fall. 'I think Dominic also has the personality that can take on Poilievre,' said Don Desserud. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | September 16, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reminisced on his relationship with Queen Elizabeth II—for whom his father served as her fourth prime minister, and he as her 12th. He recounted her visit to Canada in 1982, when she joined his father, seated left, to proclaim and sign the Constitution Act and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Photograph by Robert Cooper, courtesy of Library and Archives Canada
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | September 16, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | September 16, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reminisced on his relationship with Queen Elizabeth II—for whom his father served as her fourth prime minister, and he as her 12th. He recounted her visit to Canada in 1982, when she joined his father, seated left, to proclaim and sign the Constitution Act and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Photograph by Robert Cooper, courtesy of Library and Archives Canada
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | September 12, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Governor General Mary Simon, seated centre, sign documents at a ceremony to proclaim the accession of King Charles III on Sept. 10, at Rideau Hall, while members of cabinet look on. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | September 12, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | September 12, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Governor General Mary Simon, seated centre, sign documents at a ceremony to proclaim the accession of King Charles III on Sept. 10, at Rideau Hall, while members of cabinet look on. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | September 2, 2022
On Aug. 28, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Women and Gender Equality Minister Marci Ien unveiled the action plan and details of where the $100-million committed over five years would be allocated. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | September 2, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | September 2, 2022
On Aug. 28, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Women and Gender Equality Minister Marci Ien unveiled the action plan and details of where the $100-million committed over five years would be allocated. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | July 29, 2022
Stephen Harper, pictured Sept. 10, 2015, campaigning in Saint John, N.B., in the federal election. 'I don’t think anybody was surprised by the subject of the endorsement, but they might have been surprised that it was made at all—at least publicly—and the timing,' said Jim Armour. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | July 29, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | July 29, 2022
Stephen Harper, pictured Sept. 10, 2015, campaigning in Saint John, N.B., in the federal election. 'I don’t think anybody was surprised by the subject of the endorsement, but they might have been surprised that it was made at all—at least publicly—and the timing,' said Jim Armour. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | July 15, 2022
Conservative MP and leadership front-runner Pierre Poilievre's 'Reclaim' video had more than 164,000 views on YouTube. It begins as a rugged paean for the wonders of wood, but it's really about the Ottawa MP’s ideas about the path he would like to put Canada on should he become prime minister. Screen capture courtesy of Pierre Poilievre's video
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | July 15, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | July 15, 2022
Conservative MP and leadership front-runner Pierre Poilievre's 'Reclaim' video had more than 164,000 views on YouTube. It begins as a rugged paean for the wonders of wood, but it's really about the Ottawa MP’s ideas about the path he would like to put Canada on should he become prime minister. Screen capture courtesy of Pierre Poilievre's video
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | June 24, 2022
Canada Day revellers, pictured on July 1, 2019, on Parliament Hill, which was the last in-person celebration of Canada's birthday on the Hill. Police are bracing for this year's festivities, which will happen at LeBreton Flats in Ottawa and at Place des Festivals Zibi in Gatineau, Que. The Ottawa Police Service has committed to implementing 'unprecedented and unique' security measures in response to any demonstrations against federal COVID restrictions in the national capital on Canada Day. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | June 24, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | June 24, 2022
Canada Day revellers, pictured on July 1, 2019, on Parliament Hill, which was the last in-person celebration of Canada's birthday on the Hill. Police are bracing for this year's festivities, which will happen at LeBreton Flats in Ottawa and at Place des Festivals Zibi in Gatineau, Que. The Ottawa Police Service has committed to implementing 'unprecedented and unique' security measures in response to any demonstrations against federal COVID restrictions in the national capital on Canada Day. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 4, 2022
Tasha Kheiriddin—pictured here at a campaign event at film.ca cinema in Oakville, Ontario—has long been a friend and ally of Jean Charest. While she considered putting her own name in the mix for this Conservative leadership race, she realized her and Charest would be drawing from the same pool of support, and decided to throw her support behind Charest instead. Photograph courtesy of Andre Forget
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 4, 2022
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 4, 2022
Tasha Kheiriddin—pictured here at a campaign event at film.ca cinema in Oakville, Ontario—has long been a friend and ally of Jean Charest. While she considered putting her own name in the mix for this Conservative leadership race, she realized her and Charest would be drawing from the same pool of support, and decided to throw her support behind Charest instead. Photograph courtesy of Andre Forget
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 25, 2022
Jenni Byrne, pictured with Michael Wilson, left, and Brayden Akers, on April 22, 2022. The three were on their way to Sault Ste. Marie to sell more party memberships. Byrne has been credited with Poilievre's front-runner status. She is a stalwart in the Conservative Party, having worked in iterations of the party dating back to its Reform Party days. A polarizing figure even in her own party, she has delivered majority governments to both Stephen Harper and Doug Ford. Now, she's betting on Pierre Poilievre. Photograph courtesy of Jenni Byrne's Twitter handle
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 25, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 25, 2022
Jenni Byrne, pictured with Michael Wilson, left, and Brayden Akers, on April 22, 2022. The three were on their way to Sault Ste. Marie to sell more party memberships. Byrne has been credited with Poilievre's front-runner status. She is a stalwart in the Conservative Party, having worked in iterations of the party dating back to its Reform Party days. A polarizing figure even in her own party, she has delivered majority governments to both Stephen Harper and Doug Ford. Now, she's betting on Pierre Poilievre. Photograph courtesy of Jenni Byrne's Twitter handle
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 14, 2022
Wellington Street, pictured May 21, 2019, is one of the most important and illustrious streets in the country. For more than 100 years, prime ministers have had their visions for the street, but the recent Freedom Convoy occupation of the it has now forced the issue. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 14, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 14, 2022
Wellington Street, pictured May 21, 2019, is one of the most important and illustrious streets in the country. For more than 100 years, prime ministers have had their visions for the street, but the recent Freedom Convoy occupation of the it has now forced the issue. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 13, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, pictured on the Hill on budget day, April 7, 2022. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 13, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 13, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, pictured on the Hill on budget day, April 7, 2022. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 11, 2022
Maksym Nalyvaiko is the Canadian correspondent for Ukrinform, Ukraine's state-run media outlet. He is the only Ukrainian journalist reporting to Ukraine from the Parliamentary Press Gallery, and, as far as he knows, the only one in all of Canada. The Hill Times Photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 11, 2022
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 11, 2022
Maksym Nalyvaiko is the Canadian correspondent for Ukrinform, Ukraine's state-run media outlet. He is the only Ukrainian journalist reporting to Ukraine from the Parliamentary Press Gallery, and, as far as he knows, the only one in all of Canada. The Hill Times Photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 31, 2022
Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland has been given responsibility for some of the toughest files in the Trudeau government, but her role in Canada’s response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is arguably the most personal. The Hill Times photgraph by Andew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 31, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 31, 2022
Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland has been given responsibility for some of the toughest files in the Trudeau government, but her role in Canada’s response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is arguably the most personal. The Hill Times photgraph by Andew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 18, 2022
Police face off against protesters on Feb. 18 as part of a massive law enforcement effort to clear protesters from Ottawa's downtown after 'Freedom Convoy' demonstrations occupied the area for three weeks. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 18, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 18, 2022
Police face off against protesters on Feb. 18 as part of a massive law enforcement effort to clear protesters from Ottawa's downtown after 'Freedom Convoy' demonstrations occupied the area for three weeks. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 10, 2022
Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre, pictured Feb. 14, 2022, in the Commons foyer before Question Period. Andrew Enns, the Winnipeg-based executive vice-president of Léger, said the Conservative leadership contest is driven by selling memberships, and Poilievre could attract new voters for the party—and supporters for his bid to lead the party—by targeting 'the low-hanging membership fruit associated with the Freedom Convoy.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 10, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 10, 2022
Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre, pictured Feb. 14, 2022, in the Commons foyer before Question Period. Andrew Enns, the Winnipeg-based executive vice-president of Léger, said the Conservative leadership contest is driven by selling memberships, and Poilievre could attract new voters for the party—and supporters for his bid to lead the party—by targeting 'the low-hanging membership fruit associated with the Freedom Convoy.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 7, 2022
Brian Peckford, pictured, said he thinks COVID-19 restrictions and mandatory vaccinations to do things like fly commercially infringe on his Charter freedoms, but Charter rights are about weighing individual rights with the rights of the community to stay safe, points out a leading constitutional lawyer. Photograph handout
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 7, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 7, 2022
Brian Peckford, pictured, said he thinks COVID-19 restrictions and mandatory vaccinations to do things like fly commercially infringe on his Charter freedoms, but Charter rights are about weighing individual rights with the rights of the community to stay safe, points out a leading constitutional lawyer. Photograph handout
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 28, 2022
A 'Freedom Convoy' protester, pictured Feb. 14, 2022, on Wellington Street. Pollster Frank Graves says the cohort who supported the three-week occupation of Ottawa's downtown core is typically male—in the 35-to-55-year-old range; live in non-urban areas—particularly on the Prairies, but not likely in Quebec or Atlantic Canada—and are 'deeply pessimistic about their economic future.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 28, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 28, 2022
A 'Freedom Convoy' protester, pictured Feb. 14, 2022, on Wellington Street. Pollster Frank Graves says the cohort who supported the three-week occupation of Ottawa's downtown core is typically male—in the 35-to-55-year-old range; live in non-urban areas—particularly on the Prairies, but not likely in Quebec or Atlantic Canada—and are 'deeply pessimistic about their economic future.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 21, 2022
People’s Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier, left, poses for a photo with Ontario MPP Randy Hillier after a press conference in West Block last April, protesting provincial and federal restrictions in the fight against COVID-19. Bernier is unvaccinated and has gotten COVID-19. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 21, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 21, 2022
People’s Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier, left, poses for a photo with Ontario MPP Randy Hillier after a press conference in West Block last April, protesting provincial and federal restrictions in the fight against COVID-19. Bernier is unvaccinated and has gotten COVID-19. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 14, 2022
What ostensibly began in late January as a protest against the federal government’s vaccine requirement for cross-border truckers has morphed into an unprecedented, widespread anti-government movement, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Feb. 10 on the Hill, in the crosshairs of the anger. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 14, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 14, 2022
What ostensibly began in late January as a protest against the federal government’s vaccine requirement for cross-border truckers has morphed into an unprecedented, widespread anti-government movement, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Feb. 10 on the Hill, in the crosshairs of the anger. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 14, 2022
Tom Marazzo, centre, pictured at a news conference on Feb. 8, is one of the spokespeople for the so-called 'Freedom Convoy.' Screenshot from Twitter
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 14, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 14, 2022
Tom Marazzo, centre, pictured at a news conference on Feb. 8, is one of the spokespeople for the so-called 'Freedom Convoy.' Screenshot from Twitter
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 7, 2022
A Freedom Convoy supporter, pictured on Feb. 5, 2022, waving a sign in the middle of Albert Street as the convoy’s occupation of downtown Ottawa enters the second week. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has ruled out meeting with any of the organizers behind the massively disruptive demonstration initially crafted as a display of opposition to the cross-border vaccination requirement for long-haul truck drivers. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 7, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 7, 2022
A Freedom Convoy supporter, pictured on Feb. 5, 2022, waving a sign in the middle of Albert Street as the convoy’s occupation of downtown Ottawa enters the second week. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has ruled out meeting with any of the organizers behind the massively disruptive demonstration initially crafted as a display of opposition to the cross-border vaccination requirement for long-haul truck drivers. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 28, 2022
Government House Leader Mark Holland and Conservative House Leader Gerard Deltell. 'They’re asking for the ability to unilaterally, as opposition members, make the decision whether or not confidential documents could be leaked,' said Holland. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Sam Garcia
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 28, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 28, 2022
Government House Leader Mark Holland and Conservative House Leader Gerard Deltell. 'They’re asking for the ability to unilaterally, as opposition members, make the decision whether or not confidential documents could be leaked,' said Holland. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Sam Garcia
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 26, 2022
Gov. Gen. Mary Simon, pictured on Nov. 23, 2021, inspects the honour guard at the Senate Building before delivering the Speech from the Throne. 'For me, we all practise reconciliation to some degree every day, because reconciliation is a way of life and really it is a continuous process and it has no end date. It’s like learning from each other’s experiences and also understanding one another, and being respectful of each other’s cultures and way of life so we can have a much happier and healthier life.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 26, 2022
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 26, 2022
Gov. Gen. Mary Simon, pictured on Nov. 23, 2021, inspects the honour guard at the Senate Building before delivering the Speech from the Throne. 'For me, we all practise reconciliation to some degree every day, because reconciliation is a way of life and really it is a continuous process and it has no end date. It’s like learning from each other’s experiences and also understanding one another, and being respectful of each other’s cultures and way of life so we can have a much happier and healthier life.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 24, 2022
Liberal MP Francis Drouin, pictured on June 1, 2020, on the Hill. 'I’ve had my fair share of calls and people yelling at me, believing I’m colluding with Bill Gates and George Soros,' said Drouin, referring to the conspiracy theory that the two billionaires are secretly behind a plot to insert a chip into the nose of those who undergo a COVID-19 test or into the arm of those who get vaccinated. 'I can feel the level of anxiety in people’s voices, and that’s what worries me.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 24, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 24, 2022
Liberal MP Francis Drouin, pictured on June 1, 2020, on the Hill. 'I’ve had my fair share of calls and people yelling at me, believing I’m colluding with Bill Gates and George Soros,' said Drouin, referring to the conspiracy theory that the two billionaires are secretly behind a plot to insert a chip into the nose of those who undergo a COVID-19 test or into the arm of those who get vaccinated. 'I can feel the level of anxiety in people’s voices, and that’s what worries me.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 17, 2022
Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos, pictured at a press conference on the Hill on Jan. 7, 2022, suggested that mandatory vaccines may be the only way out of the pandemic. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 17, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 17, 2022
Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos, pictured at a press conference on the Hill on Jan. 7, 2022, suggested that mandatory vaccines may be the only way out of the pandemic. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 10, 2022
Government House Leader Mark Holland, left, is the minister responsible for the NSICOP Secretariat. Conservative MP Michael Chong is his party's foreign affairs critic, and says the Tories won't participate in the NSICOP unless it is seriously reformed. The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia, Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 10, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 10, 2022
Government House Leader Mark Holland, left, is the minister responsible for the NSICOP Secretariat. Conservative MP Michael Chong is his party's foreign affairs critic, and says the Tories won't participate in the NSICOP unless it is seriously reformed. The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia, Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 4, 2022
Lillian Dyck, pictured on Sept. 19, 2017, outside the Senate Chamber, told The Hill Times that her experience in the Senate was not always a good one and doesn't miss it. Her experiences while in the Senate led Dyck to want to ensure that 'the culture of the workplace isn’t one of intimidation of women and minorities.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 4, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 4, 2022
Lillian Dyck, pictured on Sept. 19, 2017, outside the Senate Chamber, told The Hill Times that her experience in the Senate was not always a good one and doesn't miss it. Her experiences while in the Senate led Dyck to want to ensure that 'the culture of the workplace isn’t one of intimidation of women and minorities.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 3, 2022
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Minister Marco Mendicino, pictured on Nov. 30, 2021, on the Hill. He's now responsible, along with Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc, for boosting security for all Members of Parliament, including cabinet ministers. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 3, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 3, 2022
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Minister Marco Mendicino, pictured on Nov. 30, 2021, on the Hill. He's now responsible, along with Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc, for boosting security for all Members of Parliament, including cabinet ministers. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | December 20, 2021
Former parliamentary budget officer Kevin Page said the government's projected deficits are high, but coming down 'dramatically.' The Hill Times photograph Jake Wright
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | December 20, 2021
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | December 20, 2021
Former parliamentary budget officer Kevin Page said the government's projected deficits are high, but coming down 'dramatically.' The Hill Times photograph Jake Wright
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | December 6, 2021
Phil Fontaine, then national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, pictured at Vatican City in April 2009. Fontaine said that during their forthcoming meeting with Pope Francis, members of the AFN delegation will highlight the work of the TRC and its 94 calls to action; the federal government’s 10 principles regarding its relationship with Indigenous peoples; unmarked graves; and access to residential school records. Photograph courtesy of Fred Cattroll
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | December 6, 2021
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | December 6, 2021
Phil Fontaine, then national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, pictured at Vatican City in April 2009. Fontaine said that during their forthcoming meeting with Pope Francis, members of the AFN delegation will highlight the work of the TRC and its 94 calls to action; the federal government’s 10 principles regarding its relationship with Indigenous peoples; unmarked graves; and access to residential school records. Photograph courtesy of Fred Cattroll
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | November 29, 2021
Susan Aglukark, Inuk singer-songwriter, past laureate, and GGPAA Foundation board member, left and Douglas Knight, chair and CEO of the GGPAA Foundation, pictured on Nov. 26, 2021, at the Governor General's Performing Arts Awards reception at the NAC in Ottawa The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia