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News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | September 11, 2017
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured here with U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington earlier this year, says Canada won't participate in the U.S.-led ballistic missile defence system or commit more personnel for new missions in Afghanistan. Official White House photograph by Shealah Craighead
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | September 11, 2017
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | September 11, 2017
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured here with U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington earlier this year, says Canada won't participate in the U.S.-led ballistic missile defence system or commit more personnel for new missions in Afghanistan. Official White House photograph by Shealah Craighead
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | September 11, 2017
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale's department is poised to enter an agreement with an organization called the CCTX in an effort to get a better handle on cyber-security threats. The Hill Times file photograph
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | September 11, 2017
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | September 11, 2017
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale's department is poised to enter an agreement with an organization called the CCTX in an effort to get a better handle on cyber-security threats. The Hill Times file photograph
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | September 11, 2017
Queen’s University's Stefanie von Hlatky says Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland's foreign policy speech in the House, made days before the release of the defence policy review results, was deliberate in its timing. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | September 11, 2017
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | September 11, 2017
Queen’s University's Stefanie von Hlatky says Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland's foreign policy speech in the House, made days before the release of the defence policy review results, was deliberate in its timing. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | August 23, 2017
The RCMP estimated that some 700 people were in attendance at the peak of Wednesday's anti-racism rally outside the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | August 23, 2017
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | August 23, 2017
The RCMP estimated that some 700 people were in attendance at the peak of Wednesday's anti-racism rally outside the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | August 21, 2017
A potential threat Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale might want to look into is the prospect of a nuclear electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
FeatureBY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | August 21, 2017
FeatureBY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | August 21, 2017
A potential threat Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale might want to look into is the prospect of a nuclear electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
FeatureBY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | August 21, 2017
Shortly after John Horgan became B.C. premier, Petronas cancelled a $36-billion LNG project in B.C., though the company says it was not related to the changing political landscape in the province. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | August 21, 2017
FeatureBY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | August 21, 2017
Shortly after John Horgan became B.C. premier, Petronas cancelled a $36-billion LNG project in B.C., though the company says it was not related to the changing political landscape in the province. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | August 21, 2017
Natural Resource Minister James Carr making a keynote speech at the Canadian Embassy in Beijing in June 2017. Photograph courtesy of Natural Resources Canada
FeatureBY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | August 21, 2017
FeatureBY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | August 21, 2017
Natural Resource Minister James Carr making a keynote speech at the Canadian Embassy in Beijing in June 2017. Photograph courtesy of Natural Resources Canada
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | July 17, 2017
Michael Mehta, a professor of geography and environmental studies at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops,  B.C., is the brains behind an ambitious project to turn the concrete road surface outside the school's Arts and Education Building into a solar voltaic pad capable of generating 8,000 watts of clean power. Image courtesy of the Solar Compass Project/YouTube
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | July 17, 2017
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | July 17, 2017
Michael Mehta, a professor of geography and environmental studies at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops,  B.C., is the brains behind an ambitious project to turn the concrete road surface outside the school's Arts and Education Building into a solar voltaic pad capable of generating 8,000 watts of clean power. Image courtesy of the Solar Compass Project/YouTube
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | July 17, 2017
Auditor General Michael Ferguson. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | July 17, 2017
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | July 17, 2017
Auditor General Michael Ferguson. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | July 5, 2017
Montreal Liberal MP and swimmer Anthony Housefather is heading back to the Maccabiah games after winning seven medals at the Jewish athletic competition in 2013, narrowly missing a gold medal by four-tenths of a second. Photograph courtesy of Anthony Housefather
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | July 5, 2017
News | BY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | July 5, 2017
Montreal Liberal MP and swimmer Anthony Housefather is heading back to the Maccabiah games after winning seven medals at the Jewish athletic competition in 2013, narrowly missing a gold medal by four-tenths of a second. Photograph courtesy of Anthony Housefather
FeatureBY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | June 26, 2017
Dotted with prestigious awards, Michael de Adder’s career is widely celebrated. His work appears regularly in the Halifax Chronicle Herald, The Toronto Star, and The Hill Times.
FeatureBY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | June 26, 2017
FeatureBY IAIN SHERRIFF-SCOTT | June 26, 2017
Dotted with prestigious awards, Michael de Adder’s career is widely celebrated. His work appears regularly in the Halifax Chronicle Herald, The Toronto Star, and The Hill Times.
NDP MP Richard Cannings, left, pictured March 8, 2017, at the Daughters of the Vote event on the Hill, organized by Equal Voice to encourage more women to run for public office. Photograph courtesy of Twitter
NDP MP Richard Cannings, left, pictured March 8, 2017, at the Daughters of the Vote event on the Hill, organized by Equal Voice to encourage more women to run for public office. Photograph courtesy of Twitter