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News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | January 18, 2017
Government House Leader Bardish Chagger, centre right, and Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, centre left, prepare to testify before the House Public Safety Committee on Nov. 1. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | January 18, 2017
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | January 18, 2017
Government House Leader Bardish Chagger, centre right, and Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, centre left, prepare to testify before the House Public Safety Committee on Nov. 1. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | January 13, 2017
The new Democratic Institutions Minister, Karina Gould, at the swearing-in ceremony at Rideau Hall on January 10. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | January 13, 2017
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | January 13, 2017
The new Democratic Institutions Minister, Karina Gould, at the swearing-in ceremony at Rideau Hall on January 10. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | January 11, 2017
Chrystia Freeland, formerly the minister of International Trade, will now be Canada's minister of Foreign Affairs, while retaining control of Canada-U.S. trade relations. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | January 11, 2017
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | January 11, 2017
Chrystia Freeland, formerly the minister of International Trade, will now be Canada's minister of Foreign Affairs, while retaining control of Canada-U.S. trade relations. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 21, 2016
'Conservatives need to offer a different vision than Trudeau, we can’t just be Liberals who are good at math,' quips Mr. Scheer’s website. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 21, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 21, 2016
'Conservatives need to offer a different vision than Trudeau, we can’t just be Liberals who are good at math,' quips Mr. Scheer’s website. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 16, 2016
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has held nine news conferences in Ottawa’s National Press Theatre since the day after he won the 2015 election. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 16, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 16, 2016
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has held nine news conferences in Ottawa’s National Press Theatre since the day after he won the 2015 election. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 14, 2016
Canadians, including immigrants, want to talk about immigrant screening, says Conservative leadership hopeful Kellie Leitch. Screenshot courtesy of CPAC
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 14, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 14, 2016
Canadians, including immigrants, want to talk about immigrant screening, says Conservative leadership hopeful Kellie Leitch. Screenshot courtesy of CPAC
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 9, 2016
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is one of several Liberals encouraging donors to hand over their dollars this week, so the party can begin to prepare for the 2019 federal election. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 9, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 9, 2016
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is one of several Liberals encouraging donors to hand over their dollars this week, so the party can begin to prepare for the 2019 federal election. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 8, 2016
'We’re going to make sure that we have a fair and open competition, making sure that we pick the right aircraft for Canada,' said Mr. Sajjan. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 8, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 8, 2016
'We’re going to make sure that we have a fair and open competition, making sure that we pick the right aircraft for Canada,' said Mr. Sajjan. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 7, 2016
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan wrapped up a review of the government's defence policy in July, while his department was keeping its hand in the multinational F-35 program. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 7, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 7, 2016
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan wrapped up a review of the government's defence policy in July, while his department was keeping its hand in the multinational F-35 program. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 1, 2016
Democratic Institutions Minister Maryam Monsef has maintained that she does not support a referendum, calling them 'divisive.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 1, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 1, 2016
Democratic Institutions Minister Maryam Monsef has maintained that she does not support a referendum, calling them 'divisive.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 1, 2016
The National Energy Board determined the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion would have a significant adverse effect on an endangered killer whale population off the shore of Vancouver, due to an increase in oil tanker traffic. Photograph courtesy of Christopher Michel
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 1, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | December 1, 2016
The National Energy Board determined the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion would have a significant adverse effect on an endangered killer whale population off the shore of Vancouver, due to an increase in oil tanker traffic. Photograph courtesy of Christopher Michel
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 25, 2016
'Over and over, we heard from Canadians that we need to do more to include young people in our democracy,' Democratic Institutions Minister Maryam Monsef told reporters after she tabled the Election Act amendments in the House of Commons. 'Yes, Canadian youth voted in large numbers in 2015 than compared to 2011, but we can’t take that for granted,' she added. The Hill Times photograph by Jean-Marc Carisse
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 25, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 25, 2016
'Over and over, we heard from Canadians that we need to do more to include young people in our democracy,' Democratic Institutions Minister Maryam Monsef told reporters after she tabled the Election Act amendments in the House of Commons. 'Yes, Canadian youth voted in large numbers in 2015 than compared to 2011, but we can’t take that for granted,' she added. The Hill Times photograph by Jean-Marc Carisse
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 23, 2016
'I’m getting lots of positive calls from across the country, and I’m very honoured,' said NDP MP Charlie Angus after being informed of the survey results. The Hill Times photograph by Chelsea Nash
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 23, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 23, 2016
'I’m getting lots of positive calls from across the country, and I’m very honoured,' said NDP MP Charlie Angus after being informed of the survey results. The Hill Times photograph by Chelsea Nash
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 22, 2016
After Mr. Trump had delivered his victory speech, and defeated Democrat contender Hillary Clinton had conceded on Nov. 9, the department of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada was inundated with more than 740,000 user sessions originating from U.S. IP addresses, the department says. Photograph courtesy of Gage Skidmore.
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 22, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 22, 2016
After Mr. Trump had delivered his victory speech, and defeated Democrat contender Hillary Clinton had conceded on Nov. 9, the department of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada was inundated with more than 740,000 user sessions originating from U.S. IP addresses, the department says. Photograph courtesy of Gage Skidmore.
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 18, 2016
'All of this conversation, from day one we’ve learned that it’s about trade-offs; there are different things that different systems do well,' says NDP democratic reform critic Nathan Cullen, centre, referring to voting systems. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 18, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 18, 2016
'All of this conversation, from day one we’ve learned that it’s about trade-offs; there are different things that different systems do well,' says NDP democratic reform critic Nathan Cullen, centre, referring to voting systems. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 17, 2016
'All I can say is I’m still hoping we have a consensus report, but it’s clearly harder slogging than I thought it would be,' says Green Party Leader and House Electoral Reform Committee member Elizabeth May. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 17, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 17, 2016
'All I can say is I’m still hoping we have a consensus report, but it’s clearly harder slogging than I thought it would be,' says Green Party Leader and House Electoral Reform Committee member Elizabeth May. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 16, 2016
The wall marking the boundary between the walking path around Parliament Hill and embankment was restored over five years, finishing this year. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 16, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 16, 2016
The wall marking the boundary between the walking path around Parliament Hill and embankment was restored over five years, finishing this year. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 15, 2016
Globe and Mail publisher Phillip Crawley, right, testifies at the House Heritage Committee on Nov. 15. Also pictured is Jean-François Dumas, president of Influence Communication. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 15, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 15, 2016
Globe and Mail publisher Phillip Crawley, right, testifies at the House Heritage Committee on Nov. 15. Also pictured is Jean-François Dumas, president of Influence Communication. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 10, 2016
Conservative leadership candidate Deepak Obhrai says 'Kellie Leitch's admiration of Donald Trump does not fit into my vision of Canada.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 10, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 10, 2016
Conservative leadership candidate Deepak Obhrai says 'Kellie Leitch's admiration of Donald Trump does not fit into my vision of Canada.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 9, 2016
'I think it would be fair to say that Kellie Leitch is trying to win on the old franchise, ‘let’s be focused, let’s be super efficient at delivering our vote, and let’s practise wedge politics,' said pollster Nik Nanos. 'What’s clear is that Lisa Raitt is trying to position herself as someone who can take the party into the future.' The Hill Times photographs by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 9, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 9, 2016
'I think it would be fair to say that Kellie Leitch is trying to win on the old franchise, ‘let’s be focused, let’s be super efficient at delivering our vote, and let’s practise wedge politics,' said pollster Nik Nanos. 'What’s clear is that Lisa Raitt is trying to position herself as someone who can take the party into the future.' The Hill Times photographs by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 8, 2016
Ms. Leitch’s contributions jumped from a low of $31,560 in July, with only 64 contributions during the month, to $128,020 and a total of 561 contributions in September. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 8, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 8, 2016
Ms. Leitch’s contributions jumped from a low of $31,560 in July, with only 64 contributions during the month, to $128,020 and a total of 561 contributions in September. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 2, 2016
'The mandated timeline for the government’s decision on the Northern Gateway project is on or before Nov. 25, 2016,' said a spokesperson for Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr, pictured. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 2, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 2, 2016
'The mandated timeline for the government’s decision on the Northern Gateway project is on or before Nov. 25, 2016,' said a spokesperson for Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr, pictured. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 1, 2016
Finance Minister Bill Morneau tabled the fall economic update today in the House of Commons. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 1, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | November 1, 2016
Finance Minister Bill Morneau tabled the fall economic update today in the House of Commons. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 28, 2016
Prime Minister Trudeau's invitation to the White House for a state dinner was notable, as it was the first presidential state dinner honouring Canada since 1997, when Mr. Chrétien and former president Bill Clinton were in office. Photograph courtesy of Adam Scotti
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 28, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 28, 2016
Prime Minister Trudeau's invitation to the White House for a state dinner was notable, as it was the first presidential state dinner honouring Canada since 1997, when Mr. Chrétien and former president Bill Clinton were in office. Photograph courtesy of Adam Scotti
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 27, 2016
Diane Griffin, a PEI leader of advocacy for conservation of natural areas, was one of nine new Senators nominated today. Photograph courtesy of Nature Conservancy of Canada
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 27, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 27, 2016
Diane Griffin, a PEI leader of advocacy for conservation of natural areas, was one of nine new Senators nominated today. Photograph courtesy of Nature Conservancy of Canada
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 20, 2016
Conservative leadership candidate Maxime Bernier and interim leader Rona Ambrose in February 2016. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 20, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 20, 2016
Conservative leadership candidate Maxime Bernier and interim leader Rona Ambrose in February 2016. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 19, 2016
A Conservative mail-out tells electors that Liberal members of the House Electoral Reform Committee will 'determine how all Canadians vote.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 19, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 19, 2016
A Conservative mail-out tells electors that Liberal members of the House Electoral Reform Committee will 'determine how all Canadians vote.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 14, 2016
"We have a bottom line, there will be no consensus that includes the Conservative party that does not include a referendum, with a clear question, held independently,” Conservative MP Scott Reid said Oct. 14. The Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 14, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 14, 2016
"We have a bottom line, there will be no consensus that includes the Conservative party that does not include a referendum, with a clear question, held independently,” Conservative MP Scott Reid said Oct. 14. The Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 13, 2016
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hosted Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in Ottawa in late-September, where they discussed a number of bilateral issues including the possibility of an extradition treaty. The Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 13, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 13, 2016
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hosted Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in Ottawa in late-September, where they discussed a number of bilateral issues including the possibility of an extradition treaty. The Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 6, 2016
NDP MP Charlie Angus is accusing the government of cloaking plans to reduce face time with the PM in Question Period under the guise of changing rules to make Parliament more 'family friendly.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 6, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 6, 2016
NDP MP Charlie Angus is accusing the government of cloaking plans to reduce face time with the PM in Question Period under the guise of changing rules to make Parliament more 'family friendly.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 5, 2016
David McGuinty, who will chair the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians, is scrummed by reporters after Question Period on May 15, 2015. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 5, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 5, 2016
David McGuinty, who will chair the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians, is scrummed by reporters after Question Period on May 15, 2015. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 3, 2016
Conservative MP Erin O’Toole (Durham, Ont.) made public his letter to Rona Ambrose resigning his shadow cabinet post to “explore” his candidacy for party. The Hill Times Photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 3, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | October 3, 2016
Conservative MP Erin O’Toole (Durham, Ont.) made public his letter to Rona Ambrose resigning his shadow cabinet post to “explore” his candidacy for party. The Hill Times Photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | September 28, 2016
Seventy-two per cent of electors in the four Atlantic provinces approved of the job Mr. Trudeau is doing as prime minister, compared to 59 per cent in Quebec, 51 per cent in Ontario, 56 per cent in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, 35 per cent in Alberta and 58 per cent in B.C. The Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | September 28, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | September 28, 2016
Seventy-two per cent of electors in the four Atlantic provinces approved of the job Mr. Trudeau is doing as prime minister, compared to 59 per cent in Quebec, 51 per cent in Ontario, 56 per cent in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, 35 per cent in Alberta and 58 per cent in B.C. The Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | September 28, 2016
The Parliamentary Protective Service has been given more than $60-million to protect Parliament Hill this year. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | September 28, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | September 28, 2016
The Parliamentary Protective Service has been given more than $60-million to protect Parliament Hill this year. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | September 22, 2016
“I appeal to all colleagues, from all partisan traditions, first and foremost, to respect this institution and this chamber as a place of deliberation," said Mr. Kenney in his farewell speech in the House today. The Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | September 22, 2016
News | BY TIM NAUMETZ | September 22, 2016
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