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News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 22, 2023
House Speaker Anthony Rota. 'If the Conservative leader wants to have a particular tone and the Liberal leader wants to have a responding tone, I don’t think there’s much the Speaker can do,' said Nik Nanos, who called Poilievre 'Canada’s top clip-machine.' The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 22, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 22, 2023
House Speaker Anthony Rota. 'If the Conservative leader wants to have a particular tone and the Liberal leader wants to have a responding tone, I don’t think there’s much the Speaker can do,' said Nik Nanos, who called Poilievre 'Canada’s top clip-machine.' The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 11, 2023
Conservative MP Michael Chong speaks with reporters outside the party’s caucus meeting on May 3 following the publication of allegations that he and members of his family were targeted by the Chinese government. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 11, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 11, 2023
Conservative MP Michael Chong speaks with reporters outside the party’s caucus meeting on May 3 following the publication of allegations that he and members of his family were targeted by the Chinese government. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 8, 2023
Guests, pictured May 9, 2018, on the terrace of the Chateau Laurier Hotel at that year's Politics and the Pen gala fundraiser. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 8, 2023
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 8, 2023
Guests, pictured May 9, 2018, on the terrace of the Chateau Laurier Hotel at that year's Politics and the Pen gala fundraiser. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 4, 2023
The coronation of King Charles, pictured with his wife Camilla, raises questions about Canada's relationship with the monarchy. Canadians are 'not particularly sensitive to who is wearing the crown,' but they do feel an 'incredible amount of antipathy and ambivalence towards it,' says Angus Reid president Shachi Kurl. Creative Commons photograph by Mark Tantrum
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 4, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 4, 2023
The coronation of King Charles, pictured with his wife Camilla, raises questions about Canada's relationship with the monarchy. Canadians are 'not particularly sensitive to who is wearing the crown,' but they do feel an 'incredible amount of antipathy and ambivalence towards it,' says Angus Reid president Shachi Kurl. Creative Commons photograph by Mark Tantrum
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 3, 2023
A discussion between Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, left, and former American secretary of state and senator Hillary Clinton will headline the Liberal Party’s policy convention in Ottawa on May 5. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade and UNESCO photograph by Christelle Alix
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 3, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 3, 2023
A discussion between Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, left, and former American secretary of state and senator Hillary Clinton will headline the Liberal Party’s policy convention in Ottawa on May 5. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade and UNESCO photograph by Christelle Alix
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 1, 2023
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May said she is thinking about ending her tweeting days entirely. 'I have received non-stop abuse on Twitter,' she add, adding that receives death threats 'every day,' along with 'very abusive and insulting' comments and 'cruel messages.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 1, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | May 1, 2023
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May said she is thinking about ending her tweeting days entirely. 'I have received non-stop abuse on Twitter,' she add, adding that receives death threats 'every day,' along with 'very abusive and insulting' comments and 'cruel messages.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 26, 2023
With a long-sought commitment to ban replacement workers still to be realized, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh's caucus will be 'under immense pressure' to maintain the supply-and-confidence with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government, says professor Larry Savage. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 26, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 26, 2023
With a long-sought commitment to ban replacement workers still to be realized, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh's caucus will be 'under immense pressure' to maintain the supply-and-confidence with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government, says professor Larry Savage. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 24, 2023
Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez, pictured recently in a Hill scrum, told members of the Senate Transport and Communications Committee last November: 'When it comes to this bill, the platforms are in; the users are out. This bill is simply about platforms paying their fair share toward our culture.' But the Conservatives aren't buying it. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 24, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 24, 2023
Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez, pictured recently in a Hill scrum, told members of the Senate Transport and Communications Committee last November: 'When it comes to this bill, the platforms are in; the users are out. This bill is simply about platforms paying their fair share toward our culture.' But the Conservatives aren't buying it. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 17, 2023
NDP MP Jenny Kwan, left, Seidu Mohammed, centre, the asylum seeker who lost his fingers to frostbite after crossing the border in December 2016, and NDP MP Leah Gazan at a news conference in Emerson, Man., on April 3, 2023. Photograph courtesy of NDP MP Jenny Kwan
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 17, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 17, 2023
NDP MP Jenny Kwan, left, Seidu Mohammed, centre, the asylum seeker who lost his fingers to frostbite after crossing the border in December 2016, and NDP MP Leah Gazan at a news conference in Emerson, Man., on April 3, 2023. Photograph courtesy of NDP MP Jenny Kwan
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 17, 2023
Svend Robinson pushed for equal rights for the LGBT community by trying to get sexual orientation included in the Charter of Rights. His motion was defeated in 1981, but four years later was included in the Canadian Human Rights Act, which was amended in 1996 to include sexual orientation as a prohibited basis of discrimination. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 17, 2023
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 17, 2023
Svend Robinson pushed for equal rights for the LGBT community by trying to get sexual orientation included in the Charter of Rights. His motion was defeated in 1981, but four years later was included in the Canadian Human Rights Act, which was amended in 1996 to include sexual orientation as a prohibited basis of discrimination. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 10, 2023
Liberal MP Ken Hardie, left, NDP MP Heather MacPherson, Liberal MP John McKay, Bloc Québécois MP Stéphane Bergeron, and Conservative MP Michael Chong will go to Taiwan this week, invited by the Taiwanese government. All are members of the House Special Committee on the Canada–People’s Republic of China Relationship. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Wikimedia Commons
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 10, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 10, 2023
Liberal MP Ken Hardie, left, NDP MP Heather MacPherson, Liberal MP John McKay, Bloc Québécois MP Stéphane Bergeron, and Conservative MP Michael Chong will go to Taiwan this week, invited by the Taiwanese government. All are members of the House Special Committee on the Canada–People’s Republic of China Relationship. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Wikimedia Commons
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 3, 2023
The Globe and Mail's Ottawa bureau chief Bob Fife, left, and Globe reporter Steve Chase, right, have been breaking the stories on the China-election-interference issue, along with Global News' Sam Cooper, not pictured. Photographs courtesy of LinkedIn and Twitter
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 3, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | April 3, 2023
The Globe and Mail's Ottawa bureau chief Bob Fife, left, and Globe reporter Steve Chase, right, have been breaking the stories on the China-election-interference issue, along with Global News' Sam Cooper, not pictured. Photographs courtesy of LinkedIn and Twitter
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 27, 2023
Morris Rosenberg, who led the Critical Election Incident Protocol's report on the 2021 election, says the federal government needs to do a much better job of communicating what the panel does. 'It's called the public protocol.' Photograph courtesy of Wikipedia/Dean Calma
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 27, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 27, 2023
Morris Rosenberg, who led the Critical Election Incident Protocol's report on the 2021 election, says the federal government needs to do a much better job of communicating what the panel does. 'It's called the public protocol.' Photograph courtesy of Wikipedia/Dean Calma
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 20, 2023
On March 10, Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino launched a public consultation to gather input for the proposed registry—a process that will conclude on May 9. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 20, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 20, 2023
On March 10, Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino launched a public consultation to gather input for the proposed registry—a process that will conclude on May 9. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 13, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured March 9, 2023, arriving for a cabinet meeting on the Hill, has asked for a number of national security probes into China's interference with Canadian federal elections. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 13, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 13, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured March 9, 2023, arriving for a cabinet meeting on the Hill, has asked for a number of national security probes into China's interference with Canadian federal elections. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 8, 2023
Then-prime minister Pierre Trudeau, left, and then-U.S. president Jimmy Carter, meet at the White House on Sept. 8, 1977. According to colleagues and historians, the two had a bond as likeminded progressives. White House staff photograph
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 8, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | March 8, 2023
Then-prime minister Pierre Trudeau, left, and then-U.S. president Jimmy Carter, meet at the White House on Sept. 8, 1977. According to colleagues and historians, the two had a bond as likeminded progressives. White House staff photograph
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 26, 2023
Yusuf Celik spoke with The Hill Times from the hard-hit Turkish city of Adiyaman, seen here, where he said governor Mahmut Çuhadar did not initially request search-and-rescue operations. When they were eventually conducted, rescuers avoided most collapsed buildings. Photograph courtesy of Yusuf Celik
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 26, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 26, 2023
Yusuf Celik spoke with The Hill Times from the hard-hit Turkish city of Adiyaman, seen here, where he said governor Mahmut Çuhadar did not initially request search-and-rescue operations. When they were eventually conducted, rescuers avoided most collapsed buildings. Photograph courtesy of Yusuf Celik
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 20, 2023
U.S. President Joe Biden said on Feb. 16 that according to the intelligence community’s assessment, the three aerial objects 'were most likely balloons tied to private companies, recreation, or research institutions studying weather or conducting other scientific research.' Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 20, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 20, 2023
U.S. President Joe Biden said on Feb. 16 that according to the intelligence community’s assessment, the three aerial objects 'were most likely balloons tied to private companies, recreation, or research institutions studying weather or conducting other scientific research.' Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 15, 2023
The fact some people are encouraging John Tory to stay on as Toronto’s mayor after he announced his resignation on Feb. 10 in the wake of news he’d had an affair with a staffer ‘normalizes the behaviour’ that's all-too prevalent in political workplaces, says an advocate. Screenshot courtesy of CBC News
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 15, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 15, 2023
The fact some people are encouraging John Tory to stay on as Toronto’s mayor after he announced his resignation on Feb. 10 in the wake of news he’d had an affair with a staffer ‘normalizes the behaviour’ that's all-too prevalent in political workplaces, says an advocate. Screenshot courtesy of CBC News
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 13, 2023
Independent Senator Marty Deacon, centre, with Liberal MP Adam van Koeverden, right, and Sue Holloway, left, who works in Deacon's office and is project co-ordinator for National Health and Fitness Day. The Hill Times photograph by Christopher Guly
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 13, 2023
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | February 13, 2023
Independent Senator Marty Deacon, centre, with Liberal MP Adam van Koeverden, right, and Sue Holloway, left, who works in Deacon's office and is project co-ordinator for National Health and Fitness Day. The Hill Times photograph by Christopher Guly
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 30, 2023
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland’s federal budget will be the first post-pandemic budget. 'The ironic twist is that during the pandemic, which was the biggest disruption to the world in a century, Canadians felt more financially secure about the federation and personally in 2020, compared to before the pandemic,' says Nik Nanos. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 30, 2023
FeatureBY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 30, 2023
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland’s federal budget will be the first post-pandemic budget. 'The ironic twist is that during the pandemic, which was the biggest disruption to the world in a century, Canadians felt more financially secure about the federation and personally in 2020, compared to before the pandemic,' says Nik Nanos. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 25, 2023
Government House Leader Mark Holland said 'we can disagree about the substance of a bill and have disagreements on how we’re going to vote, but that shouldn’t get us into extended tactics of obstruction,' which he said the Conservatives used 'for about a good year.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 25, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 25, 2023
Government House Leader Mark Holland said 'we can disagree about the substance of a bill and have disagreements on how we’re going to vote, but that shouldn’t get us into extended tactics of obstruction,' which he said the Conservatives used 'for about a good year.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 22, 2023
Conservative Party Leader Pierre Poilievre leaves a scrum on the Hill where he took five questions. Conservative strategist Yaroslav Baran says the chill some journalists feel from Poilievre should not come as a complete shock since 'the tenor of a lot of that criticism' reveals that 'many do not like him.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 22, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 22, 2023
Conservative Party Leader Pierre Poilievre leaves a scrum on the Hill where he took five questions. Conservative strategist Yaroslav Baran says the chill some journalists feel from Poilievre should not come as a complete shock since 'the tenor of a lot of that criticism' reveals that 'many do not like him.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 4, 2023
Singer-songwriter Lorraine Segato, who performed at both Jack Layton’s 1988 wedding to Olivia Chow and his 2011 funeral, was among the 99 Canadians appointed to the Order of Canada on Dec. 29. Photograph by Tom Sandler
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 4, 2023
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | January 4, 2023
Singer-songwriter Lorraine Segato, who performed at both Jack Layton’s 1988 wedding to Olivia Chow and his 2011 funeral, was among the 99 Canadians appointed to the Order of Canada on Dec. 29. Photograph by Tom Sandler
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | December 14, 2022
Environment and Climate Change Minister Steven Guilbeault, speaking at COP15 in Montreal on Dec. 12, has the backing of domestic advocates in his call for Indigenous leadership in biodiversity conservation, but he’s looking for more on the international front. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/UN Biodiversity
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | December 14, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | December 14, 2022
Environment and Climate Change Minister Steven Guilbeault, speaking at COP15 in Montreal on Dec. 12, has the backing of domestic advocates in his call for Indigenous leadership in biodiversity conservation, but he’s looking for more on the international front. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/UN Biodiversity
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | December 12, 2022
Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault received thousands of letters from Canadians collected by Nature Canada as COP15 started in Montreal on Dec. 7. Photograph courtesy of Nature Canada
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | December 12, 2022
News | BY CHRISTOPHER GULY | December 12, 2022
Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault received thousands of letters from Canadians collected by Nature Canada as COP15 started in Montreal on Dec. 7. Photograph courtesy of Nature Canada
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