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News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 30, 2022
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilieve, left, has been continuing efforts to appeal to working-class voters, leading NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh to focus on shoring up his party's support in that area, says Conservative strategist Shakir Chambers. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 30, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 30, 2022
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilieve, left, has been continuing efforts to appeal to working-class voters, leading NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh to focus on shoring up his party's support in that area, says Conservative strategist Shakir Chambers. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 25, 2022
Jonathan Pedneault, left, and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May ran as a slate in the Green Party leadership race, seeking to move the party to a model of co-leadership. Photograph courtesy of Twitter
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 25, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 25, 2022
Jonathan Pedneault, left, and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May ran as a slate in the Green Party leadership race, seeking to move the party to a model of co-leadership. Photograph courtesy of Twitter
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 23, 2022
Independent Senator Chantal Petitclerc, left, says she is watching the work of the Special Joint Committee on Medical Assistance in Dying. Conservative Senator Yonah Martin, centre, and NDP MP Alistair MacGregor, right, are members of the committee which wraps up witness testimony this week. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Samantha Wright Allen, and Aidan Chamandy
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 23, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 23, 2022
Independent Senator Chantal Petitclerc, left, says she is watching the work of the Special Joint Committee on Medical Assistance in Dying. Conservative Senator Yonah Martin, centre, and NDP MP Alistair MacGregor, right, are members of the committee which wraps up witness testimony this week. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Samantha Wright Allen, and Aidan Chamandy
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 20, 2022
Ontario Premier Doug Ford, left, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Ford used the notwithstanding clause in back-to-work legislation to prevent thousands of Ontario education workers from going on strike. After backlash, the government repealed the anti-strike law. The Hill Time photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 20, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 20, 2022
Ontario Premier Doug Ford, left, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Ford used the notwithstanding clause in back-to-work legislation to prevent thousands of Ontario education workers from going on strike. After backlash, the government repealed the anti-strike law. The Hill Time photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 17, 2022
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland walks with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on her way to give the fall economic statement on Nov. 3. While the federal government took some steps to respond to the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act, there are more policy measures they can implement, says Canadians for Clean Prosperity's Michael Bernstein. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 17, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 17, 2022
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland walks with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on her way to give the fall economic statement on Nov. 3. While the federal government took some steps to respond to the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act, there are more policy measures they can implement, says Canadians for Clean Prosperity's Michael Bernstein. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 16, 2022
Liberal MP Marcus Powlowski, left, NDP MP Lori Idlout, and Conservative MP Gary Vidal are members of the House Indigenous and Northern Affairs Committee, which is studying Bill C-29, an act to create a National Council for Reconciliation. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 16, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 16, 2022
Liberal MP Marcus Powlowski, left, NDP MP Lori Idlout, and Conservative MP Gary Vidal are members of the House Indigenous and Northern Affairs Committee, which is studying Bill C-29, an act to create a National Council for Reconciliation. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 14, 2022
Conservative strategist Tasha Kheiriddin, left, NDP strategist Kathleen Monk, and Liberal strategist Amanda Alvaro appeared on an Oct. 28 panel in Halifax, titled 'How to work through politics to develop good policy,' presented by Centre Ice Canadians. Photos courtesy of Amanda Alvaro, Kathleen Monk, and Tasha Kheiriddin's LinkedIns
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 14, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 14, 2022
Conservative strategist Tasha Kheiriddin, left, NDP strategist Kathleen Monk, and Liberal strategist Amanda Alvaro appeared on an Oct. 28 panel in Halifax, titled 'How to work through politics to develop good policy,' presented by Centre Ice Canadians. Photos courtesy of Amanda Alvaro, Kathleen Monk, and Tasha Kheiriddin's LinkedIns
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 11, 2022
Since concluding his $44-billion acquisition of Twitter on Oct. 27, Elon Musk's Twitter feed has been 'a roller-coaster' of new ideas and directions that he may take the company, say observers. Photograph by Daniel Oberhaus courtesy of Flickr
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 11, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 11, 2022
Since concluding his $44-billion acquisition of Twitter on Oct. 27, Elon Musk's Twitter feed has been 'a roller-coaster' of new ideas and directions that he may take the company, say observers. Photograph by Daniel Oberhaus courtesy of Flickr
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 9, 2022
NDP MP Lori Idlout, left, Conservative MP Gary Vidal, and Liberal MP Jenica Atwin are members of the House Indigenous and Northern Affairs Committee, which has been studying Bill C-29. The bill would establish a National Council for Reconciliation, which was called for under the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's report. House of Commons photographs by Mélanie Provencher and Bernard Thibodeau
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 9, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 9, 2022
NDP MP Lori Idlout, left, Conservative MP Gary Vidal, and Liberal MP Jenica Atwin are members of the House Indigenous and Northern Affairs Committee, which has been studying Bill C-29. The bill would establish a National Council for Reconciliation, which was called for under the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's report. House of Commons photographs by Mélanie Provencher and Bernard Thibodeau
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 7, 2022
Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland holds a press conference at the Sir John A. Macdonald building in Ottawa on Nov. 3, before tabling her third fall economic statement in the House of Commons. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 7, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 7, 2022
Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland holds a press conference at the Sir John A. Macdonald building in Ottawa on Nov. 3, before tabling her third fall economic statement in the House of Commons. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 3, 2022
RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki told the House Public Safety Committee on Oct. 31 that she did not believe a question she received from the office of then-public safety minister Bill Blair during the investigation into the Nova Scotia mass shooting constituted political interference. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 3, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | November 3, 2022
RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki told the House Public Safety Committee on Oct. 31 that she did not believe a question she received from the office of then-public safety minister Bill Blair during the investigation into the Nova Scotia mass shooting constituted political interference. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY IAN CAMPBELL | November 2, 2022
Now that a House of Commons committee has issued a report on vaccine equity and intellectual property, the federal government will have 120 days to table a response to key recommendations, such as the possible extension of an IP waiver related to COVID-19. Trade Minister Mary Ng has previously kept the door open to supporting an extension of the waiver, but has not committed to it. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY IAN CAMPBELL | November 2, 2022
FeatureBY IAN CAMPBELL | November 2, 2022
Now that a House of Commons committee has issued a report on vaccine equity and intellectual property, the federal government will have 120 days to table a response to key recommendations, such as the possible extension of an IP waiver related to COVID-19. Trade Minister Mary Ng has previously kept the door open to supporting an extension of the waiver, but has not committed to it. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 28, 2022
Conservative MP Marilyn Gladu is working on steering her private members' bill, C-228, the Pension Protection Act, through the House Finance committee, after gaining near unanimous support for it at second reading in the House of Commons. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 28, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 28, 2022
Conservative MP Marilyn Gladu is working on steering her private members' bill, C-228, the Pension Protection Act, through the House Finance committee, after gaining near unanimous support for it at second reading in the House of Commons. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 26, 2022
Emergency Preparedness Minister Bill Blair, pictured, has been called to appear before the House Public Safety Committee by Nov. 4, alongside RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 26, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 26, 2022
Emergency Preparedness Minister Bill Blair, pictured, has been called to appear before the House Public Safety Committee by Nov. 4, alongside RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY IAN CAMPBELL | October 26, 2022
Liberal MP Ali Ehsassi, left, Conservative MP Garnett Genuis, and NDP MP Heather McPherson, members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, tabled reports and opinions on Oct. 25 related the committee's study on vaccine equity and intellectual property. Photograph courtesy of Ali Ehsassi, The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia, and Hill Times file photograph
FeatureBY IAN CAMPBELL | October 26, 2022
FeatureBY IAN CAMPBELL | October 26, 2022
Liberal MP Ali Ehsassi, left, Conservative MP Garnett Genuis, and NDP MP Heather McPherson, members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, tabled reports and opinions on Oct. 25 related the committee's study on vaccine equity and intellectual property. Photograph courtesy of Ali Ehsassi, The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia, and Hill Times file photograph
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 24, 2022
A Global News investigation released on Oct. 6 found that Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre's YouTube videos contained the misogynist #mgtow tag. On Oct. 20, the Liberals called for the Speaker to investigate the matter. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 24, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 24, 2022
A Global News investigation released on Oct. 6 found that Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre's YouTube videos contained the misogynist #mgtow tag. On Oct. 20, the Liberals called for the Speaker to investigate the matter. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 21, 2022
At an Oct. 20 meeting of the Procedural and House Affairs Committee, witnesses Jennifer Stewart, left, and Catherine Clark speak with committee members Liberal MP Greg Fergus and Bloc MP Marie-Hélène Gaudreau. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 21, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 21, 2022
At an Oct. 20 meeting of the Procedural and House Affairs Committee, witnesses Jennifer Stewart, left, and Catherine Clark speak with committee members Liberal MP Greg Fergus and Bloc MP Marie-Hélène Gaudreau. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 19, 2022
NDP MP Heather McPherson attends a House Foreign Affairs and International Development Committee meeting on Sept. 26. The committee is set to deliver a report later this fall on its study of vaccine equity and intellectual property. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 19, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 19, 2022
NDP MP Heather McPherson attends a House Foreign Affairs and International Development Committee meeting on Sept. 26. The committee is set to deliver a report later this fall on its study of vaccine equity and intellectual property. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 7, 2022
Sport Minister Pascale St-Onge, left, pictured on July 26, 2022, with Isabelle Mondou, deputy minister at Canadian Heritage, at the House Canadian Heritage Committee to answer questions about Hockey Canada's sexual misconduct scandal. St-Onge has been ramping up pressure on Hockey Canada to address how the organization is governed. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 7, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 7, 2022
Sport Minister Pascale St-Onge, left, pictured on July 26, 2022, with Isabelle Mondou, deputy minister at Canadian Heritage, at the House Canadian Heritage Committee to answer questions about Hockey Canada's sexual misconduct scandal. St-Onge has been ramping up pressure on Hockey Canada to address how the organization is governed. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 6, 2022
In Question Period on Sept. 22, Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre (left) and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau each said that EI premiums had been higher under the other's government. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 6, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 6, 2022
In Question Period on Sept. 22, Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre (left) and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau each said that EI premiums had been higher under the other's government. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 4, 2022
Quebec Premier François Legault was re-elected on Oct. 3 for his second term, securing a massive majority in Quebec's National Assembly. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 4, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | October 4, 2022
Quebec Premier François Legault was re-elected on Oct. 3 for his second term, securing a massive majority in Quebec's National Assembly. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 30, 2022
Official Languages Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor's mandate letter tasks her with introducing a bill to reform the Official Languages Act, 'taking into consideration the pressing need to protect and promote French.' Bill C-13 was introduced by the federal government in March 2022. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 30, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 30, 2022
Official Languages Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor's mandate letter tasks her with introducing a bill to reform the Official Languages Act, 'taking into consideration the pressing need to protect and promote French.' Bill C-13 was introduced by the federal government in March 2022. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 27, 2022
While the federal Tories were ahead of the pack when it came to voter ID and management in the early Harper years, Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre takes over a party that has fallen behind the Liberals in this area. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 27, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 27, 2022
While the federal Tories were ahead of the pack when it came to voter ID and management in the early Harper years, Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre takes over a party that has fallen behind the Liberals in this area. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 26, 2022
On Sept. 20, the NDP released an online ad titled 'Pierre Poilievre—Not In It For You.' Screenshot courtesy of NDP YouTube channel
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 26, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 26, 2022
On Sept. 20, the NDP released an online ad titled 'Pierre Poilievre—Not In It For You.' Screenshot courtesy of NDP YouTube channel
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 20, 2022
Newly elected Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre (right) had a testy exchange with Global News' David Akin (far left) during a scrum in the House of Commons foyer on Sept. 13, with Poilievre calling Akin 'a Liberal heckler' and skirting his questions for a few minutes into the media availability. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 20, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 20, 2022
Newly elected Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre (right) had a testy exchange with Global News' David Akin (far left) during a scrum in the House of Commons foyer on Sept. 13, with Poilievre calling Akin 'a Liberal heckler' and skirting his questions for a few minutes into the media availability. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 19, 2022
Then-prime minister Pierre Trudeau, left, sits next to Queen Elizabeth II while she signs the Constitution Act of 1982. Photograph courtesy of Robert Cooper/Library and Archives Canada
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 19, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 19, 2022
Then-prime minister Pierre Trudeau, left, sits next to Queen Elizabeth II while she signs the Constitution Act of 1982. Photograph courtesy of Robert Cooper/Library and Archives Canada
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 15, 2022
Green MP and former leader Elizabeth May is running to become co-leader of the Green Party, alongside her running mate Jonathan Pedneault. May is one of six candidates in the race, four of whom are seeking co-leadership. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 15, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 15, 2022
Green MP and former leader Elizabeth May is running to become co-leader of the Green Party, alongside her running mate Jonathan Pedneault. May is one of six candidates in the race, four of whom are seeking co-leadership. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 13, 2022
Former Wildrose Party leader Danielle Smith has become the perceived front-runner in the UCP leadership campaign, largely because of her proposed Alberta sovereignty act, which would essentially let the province opt out from federal laws. Hill Times file photograph
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 13, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 13, 2022
Former Wildrose Party leader Danielle Smith has become the perceived front-runner in the UCP leadership campaign, largely because of her proposed Alberta sovereignty act, which would essentially let the province opt out from federal laws. Hill Times file photograph
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 8, 2022
When the Centre Ice Conservatives rebranded as Centre Ice Canadians last week during the final stretch of the Conservative leadership race, it drew questions whether the timing was linked to moderate Conservatives fleeing the party in advance of an expected win by front-running candidate Pierre Poilievre over the more moderate Jean Charest. But multiple Centre Ice organizers interviewed by The Hill Times insist this is not the case. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 8, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 8, 2022
When the Centre Ice Conservatives rebranded as Centre Ice Canadians last week during the final stretch of the Conservative leadership race, it drew questions whether the timing was linked to moderate Conservatives fleeing the party in advance of an expected win by front-running candidate Pierre Poilievre over the more moderate Jean Charest. But multiple Centre Ice organizers interviewed by The Hill Times insist this is not the case. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | August 25, 2022
In recent weeks, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, right, and other New Democrats have increased public pressure on the Liberal government to meet the first set of targets their agreement requires by the end of the year. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | August 25, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | August 25, 2022
In recent weeks, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, right, and other New Democrats have increased public pressure on the Liberal government to meet the first set of targets their agreement requires by the end of the year. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | August 5, 2022
Pope Francis issued an official apology on July 25, 2022, in Maskwacîs, Alta., to residential school survivors for the Catholic Church's role in running the majority of the schools in Canada for more than a century. Screenshot courtesy of CPAC
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | August 5, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | August 5, 2022
Pope Francis issued an official apology on July 25, 2022, in Maskwacîs, Alta., to residential school survivors for the Catholic Church's role in running the majority of the schools in Canada for more than a century. Screenshot courtesy of CPAC
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | August 5, 2022
Conservative leadership candidates Pierre Poilievre, left, and Leslyn Lewis took a pass on the campaign’s third and final official leadership debate on Aug. 3, while Jean Charest, Roman Baber, and Scott Aitchison met at a roundtable in Ottawa for the event. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and handouts
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | August 5, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | August 5, 2022
Conservative leadership candidates Pierre Poilievre, left, and Leslyn Lewis took a pass on the campaign’s third and final official leadership debate on Aug. 3, while Jean Charest, Roman Baber, and Scott Aitchison met at a roundtable in Ottawa for the event. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and handouts
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | July 25, 2022
Pope Francis, centre, issued an apology on behalf of the Catholic Church to residential school survivors on June 25 at the site of the former Ermineskin Residential School in Maskwacis, Alta. Screenshot courtesy of CPAC
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | July 25, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | July 25, 2022
Pope Francis, centre, issued an apology on behalf of the Catholic Church to residential school survivors on June 25 at the site of the former Ermineskin Residential School in Maskwacis, Alta. Screenshot courtesy of CPAC
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | July 20, 2022
Conservative leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre, right, pictured with Jean Charest on May 5, 2022, at the Canada Strong and Free Network's leadership debate, has waged an aggressive campaign against his opponents, raising questions about whether he can lead a unified party if he wins. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | July 20, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | July 20, 2022
Conservative leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre, right, pictured with Jean Charest on May 5, 2022, at the Canada Strong and Free Network's leadership debate, has waged an aggressive campaign against his opponents, raising questions about whether he can lead a unified party if he wins. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | July 6, 2022
Conservative MP Michelle Rempel Garner submitted a question on the order papers in June asking if the Reform Act 'could contradict … House of Commons harassment policy, or any other piece of federal or provincial legislation regarding workplace harassment.' The Hill TImes photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | July 6, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | July 6, 2022
Conservative MP Michelle Rempel Garner submitted a question on the order papers in June asking if the Reform Act 'could contradict … House of Commons harassment policy, or any other piece of federal or provincial legislation regarding workplace harassment.' The Hill TImes photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | June 23, 2022
Jean Charest's campaign says it will not be 'disabusing people' of specific conspiracy theories, which an Abacus survey found are prominent amongst Pierre Poilievre's supporters. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | June 23, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | June 23, 2022
Jean Charest's campaign says it will not be 'disabusing people' of specific conspiracy theories, which an Abacus survey found are prominent amongst Pierre Poilievre's supporters. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | June 8, 2022
The campaigns of Conservative leadership candidates Pierre Poilievre, clockwise from top left, Leslyn Lewis, Jean Charest, Scott Aitchison, Patrick Brown, and Roman Baber are entering a new phase focused on persuasion and direct voter contact, following the June 3 cut-off for membership sales. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and handouts
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | June 8, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | June 8, 2022
The campaigns of Conservative leadership candidates Pierre Poilievre, clockwise from top left, Leslyn Lewis, Jean Charest, Scott Aitchison, Patrick Brown, and Roman Baber are entering a new phase focused on persuasion and direct voter contact, following the June 3 cut-off for membership sales. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and handouts
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | May 27, 2022
Strategists say Conservative leadership candidates Patrick Brown, left, Pierre Poilievre, and Jean Charest made the biggest mark on stage at the party’s official French-language debate, held on May 25 in Laval, Que. The Hill Times file photographs
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | May 27, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | May 27, 2022
Strategists say Conservative leadership candidates Patrick Brown, left, Pierre Poilievre, and Jean Charest made the biggest mark on stage at the party’s official French-language debate, held on May 25 in Laval, Que. The Hill Times file photographs
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | May 19, 2022
Canada’s Conservatives have a larger following on YouTube compared to their rivals in other political parties, and leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre has made online video a central part of his campaign. In one recent video, Poilievre appeared in front of Sudbury’s iconic Big Nickel to talk about inflation. Image courtesy of Pierre Poilievre’s YouTube channel
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | May 19, 2022
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | May 19, 2022
Canada’s Conservatives have a larger following on YouTube compared to their rivals in other political parties, and leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre has made online video a central part of his campaign. In one recent video, Poilievre appeared in front of Sudbury’s iconic Big Nickel to talk about inflation. Image courtesy of Pierre Poilievre’s YouTube channel