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Kate Malloy is the editor-in-chief of The Hill Times. Under her editorial leadership, The Hill Times has become an award-winning newspaper that blazes trails and breaks exclusive stories in federal politics every week. She got her first reporting job in Yellowknife, N.W.T., for Northern News Services, and is a Carleton University journalism school graduate. She has been with The Hill Times since its very first issue in 1989 and has led the newsroom for more than 30 years. You can reach her at kmalloy@hilltimes.com.

Jack Austin talks about his memoir, Unlikely Insider

FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | May 15, 2023
Former Senator Jack Austin says he hopes his book will serve as a 'reminder of the value of public service as a force for economic progress, social justice, and nation-building, and of the importance of fostering trust and an ability to negotiate differences among Canadians.' Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | May 15, 2023
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | May 15, 2023
Former Senator Jack Austin says he hopes his book will serve as a 'reminder of the value of public service as a force for economic progress, social justice, and nation-building, and of the importance of fostering trust and an ability to negotiate differences among Canadians.' Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE, KATE MALLOY | January 16, 2023
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier is getting criticized by the public service unions, but she says a 'hybrid-by-design' model provides an opportunity to bring 'both remote work and in-person work' together for the sake of collaboration, cohesion and in-person teamwork. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE, KATE MALLOY | January 16, 2023
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE, KATE MALLOY | January 16, 2023
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier is getting criticized by the public service unions, but she says a 'hybrid-by-design' model provides an opportunity to bring 'both remote work and in-person work' together for the sake of collaboration, cohesion and in-person teamwork. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
List | BY KATE MALLOY | December 19, 2022
List | BY KATE MALLOY | December 19, 2022
List | BY KATE MALLOY | December 19, 2022
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 20, 2021
This year's list of 100 best books includes an eclectic mix of books about Canadian politics, the machinery of government, Indigenous issues, anti-Black racism, public affairs, reconciliation, Canadian history, memoirs, national security, Canadian foreign policy, the pandemic, and much more. Image compilation by Serena Masonde/photographs from The Hill Times files and handouts
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 20, 2021
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 20, 2021
This year's list of 100 best books includes an eclectic mix of books about Canadian politics, the machinery of government, Indigenous issues, anti-Black racism, public affairs, reconciliation, Canadian history, memoirs, national security, Canadian foreign policy, the pandemic, and much more. Image compilation by Serena Masonde/photographs from The Hill Times files and handouts
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole has some rough waters to navigate today over internal party infighting and an open revolt against his leadership. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, meanwhile, will be holding a cabinet meeting in Ottawa and is preparing to leave for the North American Leaders' Summit on Thursday in Washington, D.C. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Sam Garcia
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole has some rough waters to navigate today over internal party infighting and an open revolt against his leadership. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, meanwhile, will be holding a cabinet meeting in Ottawa and is preparing to leave for the North American Leaders' Summit on Thursday in Washington, D.C. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Sam Garcia
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | November 5, 2021
Former Senator Don Oliver, who is also a former deputy Senate Speaker, pictured Feb. 9, 2012, in the Senate Chamber. Sen. Oliver retired on Nov. 16, 2013, and has recently written a book about his life. 'I wanted to write a short book about some of my life’s experiences and how I dealt with anti-Black systemic racism in Canada. I outlined some specific steps I took through lived experiences of turning anger into action to attempt to bring racism to an end. My hope is that the book can become a call to action for our leadership in all levels of our society.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | November 5, 2021
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | November 5, 2021
Former Senator Don Oliver, who is also a former deputy Senate Speaker, pictured Feb. 9, 2012, in the Senate Chamber. Sen. Oliver retired on Nov. 16, 2013, and has recently written a book about his life. 'I wanted to write a short book about some of my life’s experiences and how I dealt with anti-Black systemic racism in Canada. I outlined some specific steps I took through lived experiences of turning anger into action to attempt to bring racism to an end. My hope is that the book can become a call to action for our leadership in all levels of our society.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | September 27, 2021
Alex Marland: 'Party discipline is much stricter for government-side backbenchers for all sorts of reasons, in particular, the confidence convention.' Photograph courtesy of Alex Marland
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | September 27, 2021
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | September 27, 2021
Alex Marland: 'Party discipline is much stricter for government-side backbenchers for all sorts of reasons, in particular, the confidence convention.' Photograph courtesy of Alex Marland
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured with Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson on June 30, 2021, will be getting his second COVID-19 vaccine on Monday morning and will visit the COVID-19 clinic at the Horticulture Building at Lansdowne Park with Mr. Watson at 10:40 a.m. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured with Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson on June 30, 2021, will be getting his second COVID-19 vaccine on Monday morning and will visit the COVID-19 clinic at the Horticulture Building at Lansdowne Park with Mr. Watson at 10:40 a.m. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who is holding a cabinet meeting today, is scheduled to speak with Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole at 11:45 a.m. today in advance of the federal budget. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who is holding a cabinet meeting today, is scheduled to speak with Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole at 11:45 a.m. today in advance of the federal budget. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Ontario Premier Doug Ford, pictured on Sept. 18, 2020, in Ottawa after a meeting of Canada’s premiers, is expected to hold a press conference today at Queen's Park to announce a 28-day, province-wide lockdown. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Ontario Premier Doug Ford, pictured on Sept. 18, 2020, in Ottawa after a meeting of Canada’s premiers, is expected to hold a press conference today at Queen's Park to announce a 28-day, province-wide lockdown. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 21, 2020
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 21, 2020
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 21, 2020
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 21, 2020
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured speaking at a Liberal caucus meeting in Ottawa on Jan. 23, 2020. Asked why Canadian Parliamentarians so rarely stray from party boundaries, Alex Marland says a big reason that MPs toe the line is that they perceive too many negative consequences for breaking ranks. At a minimum, someone from the leader’s office or whip’s office is going to phone to ask what’s going on, and some caucus members will probably give you an earful. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 21, 2020
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 21, 2020
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured speaking at a Liberal caucus meeting in Ottawa on Jan. 23, 2020. Asked why Canadian Parliamentarians so rarely stray from party boundaries, Alex Marland says a big reason that MPs toe the line is that they perceive too many negative consequences for breaking ranks. At a minimum, someone from the leader’s office or whip’s office is going to phone to ask what’s going on, and some caucus members will probably give you an earful. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
New Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole, pictured, will host his first in-person national caucus meeting as leader on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020, at 9:30 a.m. in the Sir John A. Macdonald Building on the Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
New Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole, pictured, will host his first in-person national caucus meeting as leader on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020, at 9:30 a.m. in the Sir John A. Macdonald Building on the Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KATE MALLOY | July 20, 2020
Opinion | BY KATE MALLOY | July 20, 2020
Opinion | BY KATE MALLOY | July 20, 2020
A person, pictured recently in Major's Hill Park in Ottawa, soaking up the sun, the blue sky, and the view of the Parliament Buildings. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
A person, pictured recently in Major's Hill Park in Ottawa, soaking up the sun, the blue sky, and the view of the Parliament Buildings. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | June 3, 2020
Nelson Wiseman, pictured in this file photo in Ottawa. 'The book offers readers a broad factual synthetic picture of the parties as historical and legal organizations. A point that could have been made more explicit in the book is how, in one respect, party operation has come full circle.' The Hill Times file photograph by Jake Wright
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | June 3, 2020
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | June 3, 2020
Nelson Wiseman, pictured in this file photo in Ottawa. 'The book offers readers a broad factual synthetic picture of the parties as historical and legal organizations. A point that could have been made more explicit in the book is how, in one respect, party operation has come full circle.' The Hill Times file photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY KATE MALLOY | March 30, 2020
Strong political leadership is critically important right now and it can save lives. We are here to cover that story and the biggest story in the world, from our corner of the world. We want to shine a light specifically on how this is affecting Canadian democracy, Parliament, and federal government policy. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KATE MALLOY | March 30, 2020
Opinion | BY KATE MALLOY | March 30, 2020
Strong political leadership is critically important right now and it can save lives. We are here to cover that story and the biggest story in the world, from our corner of the world. We want to shine a light specifically on how this is affecting Canadian democracy, Parliament, and federal government policy. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | March 11, 2020
Author Laura Trethewey, pictured in Ladysmith, B.C., in 2015. 'I would encourage people to find others who care about the future of the ocean and create the most impact as a collective. Right now, the ocean needs humanity’s collaboration and imagination.' Photograph courtesy of Chloe Ellingson
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | March 11, 2020
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | March 11, 2020
Author Laura Trethewey, pictured in Ladysmith, B.C., in 2015. 'I would encourage people to find others who care about the future of the ocean and create the most impact as a collective. Right now, the ocean needs humanity’s collaboration and imagination.' Photograph courtesy of Chloe Ellingson
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | January 27, 2020
Author Mark Bourrie, a former Hill journalist, said he looked up Pierre-Esprit Radisson about 15 years go and couldn't believe his story. 'Radisson had an amazing life, and it stayed interesting all the way through. And he lived that life in a world that vaguely resembles ours, yet is alien.' Photographs courtesy of RBC Taylor Prize
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | January 27, 2020
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | January 27, 2020
Author Mark Bourrie, a former Hill journalist, said he looked up Pierre-Esprit Radisson about 15 years go and couldn't believe his story. 'Radisson had an amazing life, and it stayed interesting all the way through. And he lived that life in a world that vaguely resembles ours, yet is alien.' Photographs courtesy of RBC Taylor Prize
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | January 20, 2020
Chief John Tetlanetza, left, (Pekaist Band, Nlaka’pamux), James Teit, Chief Paul David (Tobacco Plains Band, Ktunaxa), and Chief Thomas Adoph (Fountain Band, St’at’imc). 'Every once in a while, an important figure makes an appearance, makes a difference, and then disappears from the public record. James Teit (1864-1922) was such a figure,' says Wendy Wickwire. Photographs courtesy of Sigurd Teit
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | January 20, 2020
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | January 20, 2020
Chief John Tetlanetza, left, (Pekaist Band, Nlaka’pamux), James Teit, Chief Paul David (Tobacco Plains Band, Ktunaxa), and Chief Thomas Adoph (Fountain Band, St’at’imc). 'Every once in a while, an important figure makes an appearance, makes a difference, and then disappears from the public record. James Teit (1864-1922) was such a figure,' says Wendy Wickwire. Photographs courtesy of Sigurd Teit
Loadmaster, Warrant Officer Annie Boisjoly, centre, and traffic technician, aviator Danielle Green, right, pictured on Dec. 29, 2019, loading Canadian bound freight on to a CC-177 Globemaster aircraft at Ali Al Salem Air Base in Kuwait during Operation IMPACT. Photograph courtesy of DND/Combat Camera: Cpl. Jerome Lessard
Loadmaster, Warrant Officer Annie Boisjoly, centre, and traffic technician, aviator Danielle Green, right, pictured on Dec. 29, 2019, loading Canadian bound freight on to a CC-177 Globemaster aircraft at Ali Al Salem Air Base in Kuwait during Operation IMPACT. Photograph courtesy of DND/Combat Camera: Cpl. Jerome Lessard
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 16, 2019
The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 16, 2019
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 16, 2019
The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY KATE MALLOY | September 24, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Sept. 23, 2019, was in Hamilton, Stoney Creek, and Niagara Falls, Ont., yesterday, and will be in Burnaby and Surrey, B.C., today. Photograph courtesy of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Twitter handle
News | BY KATE MALLOY | September 24, 2019
News | BY KATE MALLOY | September 24, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Sept. 23, 2019, was in Hamilton, Stoney Creek, and Niagara Falls, Ont., yesterday, and will be in Burnaby and Surrey, B.C., today. Photograph courtesy of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Twitter handle
News | BY KATE MALLOY | September 23, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured on Sept. 20, 2019, campaigning with Liberal MPs Julie Dabrusin and Nate Erskine-Smith on the Danforth in Toronto. Photograph courtesy of Nate Erskine-Smith's Twitter
News | BY KATE MALLOY | September 23, 2019
News | BY KATE MALLOY | September 23, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured on Sept. 20, 2019, campaigning with Liberal MPs Julie Dabrusin and Nate Erskine-Smith on the Danforth in Toronto. Photograph courtesy of Nate Erskine-Smith's Twitter
News | BY KATE MALLOY | September 17, 2019
Prime Minister and Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, pictured in this short video, released on Twitter yesterday for the Mid-Autumn Festival in Markham, Ont. Screen capture of Liberal Party of Canada
News | BY KATE MALLOY | September 17, 2019
News | BY KATE MALLOY | September 17, 2019
Prime Minister and Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, pictured in this short video, released on Twitter yesterday for the Mid-Autumn Festival in Markham, Ont. Screen capture of Liberal Party of Canada
News | BY KATE MALLOY | September 16, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in Cobourg, Ont., yesterday campaigning for Liberal MP Kim Rudd who is running for re-election in Northumberland-Peterborough South. Photo courtesy of Justin Trudeau's Twitter handle
News | BY KATE MALLOY | September 16, 2019
News | BY KATE MALLOY | September 16, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in Cobourg, Ont., yesterday campaigning for Liberal MP Kim Rudd who is running for re-election in Northumberland-Peterborough South. Photo courtesy of Justin Trudeau's Twitter handle
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | July 29, 2019
UBC professor and author Daniel Pauly, is also director of the Sea Around Us, which studies and mitigates the impact of fisheries. 'I write about what is, and fight for what I think ought to be—whether or not I will be successful in the end is irrelevant. The same applies to anyone fighting, whether against climate change or for the health of our oceans. Nothing will change without action.' Photograph courtesy of the Sea Around Us & the University of British Columbia
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | July 29, 2019
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | July 29, 2019
UBC professor and author Daniel Pauly, is also director of the Sea Around Us, which studies and mitigates the impact of fisheries. 'I write about what is, and fight for what I think ought to be—whether or not I will be successful in the end is irrelevant. The same applies to anyone fighting, whether against climate change or for the health of our oceans. Nothing will change without action.' Photograph courtesy of the Sea Around Us & the University of British Columbia
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | June 10, 2019
Reporters pictured in April 1965. Built in the 1920s after the fire destroyed most of Centre Block in 1916, the Hot Room was supposed to accommodate 35 members. But there were 130 people in the Hot Room at one point. It was so crowded the excess of reporters had desks, files, and piles of newspapers out in the hallway. The fire marshal warned the gallery once a year about the fire hazard, according to Peter Dempson's Assignment Ottawa: Seventeen Years in the Press Gallery. Photograph courtesy of Don Newlands/KixPix
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | June 10, 2019
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | June 10, 2019
Reporters pictured in April 1965. Built in the 1920s after the fire destroyed most of Centre Block in 1916, the Hot Room was supposed to accommodate 35 members. But there were 130 people in the Hot Room at one point. It was so crowded the excess of reporters had desks, files, and piles of newspapers out in the hallway. The fire marshal warned the gallery once a year about the fire hazard, according to Peter Dempson's Assignment Ottawa: Seventeen Years in the Press Gallery. Photograph courtesy of Don Newlands/KixPix
Opinion | BY KATE MALLOY | May 27, 2019
Laura Ryckewaert and Aidan Chamandy, pictured in The Hill Times' newsroom. The Hill Times photograph Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KATE MALLOY | May 27, 2019
Opinion | BY KATE MALLOY | May 27, 2019
Laura Ryckewaert and Aidan Chamandy, pictured in The Hill Times' newsroom. The Hill Times photograph Andrew Meade
News | BY KATE MALLOY | May 13, 2019
RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki and Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale will appear before the House Public Safety Committee on Monday, May 13, 2019, at 4:30 p.m. to brief MPs on the 2018 Public Report on the Terrorist Threat to Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY KATE MALLOY | May 13, 2019
News | BY KATE MALLOY | May 13, 2019
RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki and Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale will appear before the House Public Safety Committee on Monday, May 13, 2019, at 4:30 p.m. to brief MPs on the 2018 Public Report on the Terrorist Threat to Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | April 1, 2019
Comedian Rick Mercer and then-Reform Party MP Deb Grey, pictured in the late 1990s on Parliament Hill doing a shoot for CBC's This Hour Has 22 Minutes, which Mr. Mercer hosted at the time. The Hill Times photograph by Terry McDonald
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | April 1, 2019
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | April 1, 2019
Comedian Rick Mercer and then-Reform Party MP Deb Grey, pictured in the late 1990s on Parliament Hill doing a shoot for CBC's This Hour Has 22 Minutes, which Mr. Mercer hosted at the time. The Hill Times photograph by Terry McDonald
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | January 14, 2019
The Hill Times photograph by Kate Malloy
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | January 14, 2019
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | January 14, 2019
The Hill Times photograph by Kate Malloy
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 17, 2018
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 17, 2018
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 17, 2018
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | November 19, 2018
Felix Holtmann, pictured in his Hill office in April 1990, became a household name when he added fuel to the national firestorm after the National Gallery of Canada announced it had bought a $1.8-million abstract painting, Voice of Fire, by American painter Barnett Newman, as the country was slipping into a recession. Mr. Holtmann, a Progressive Conservative MP at the time, told one interviewer that the painting ‘looks like two cans of paint and two rollers and about 10 minutes would do the trick.’ The Hill Times photograph by Kate Malloy
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | November 19, 2018
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | November 19, 2018
Felix Holtmann, pictured in his Hill office in April 1990, became a household name when he added fuel to the national firestorm after the National Gallery of Canada announced it had bought a $1.8-million abstract painting, Voice of Fire, by American painter Barnett Newman, as the country was slipping into a recession. Mr. Holtmann, a Progressive Conservative MP at the time, told one interviewer that the painting ‘looks like two cans of paint and two rollers and about 10 minutes would do the trick.’ The Hill Times photograph by Kate Malloy
News | BY KATE MALLOY | October 18, 2018
Canada's federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould will make an announcement regarding the criminal justice system and cruelty to animals at 10:30 a.m. in the Commons foyer.  The Hill Times file photograph
News | BY KATE MALLOY | October 18, 2018
News | BY KATE MALLOY | October 18, 2018
Canada's federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould will make an announcement regarding the criminal justice system and cruelty to animals at 10:30 a.m. in the Commons foyer.  The Hill Times file photograph
News | BY KATE MALLOY | October 15, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland, pictured on Oct. 1, after holding a press conference to discuss the new NAFTA. The USMCA is expected to be a hot topic in Question Period on Monday. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY KATE MALLOY | October 15, 2018
News | BY KATE MALLOY | October 15, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland, pictured on Oct. 1, after holding a press conference to discuss the new NAFTA. The USMCA is expected to be a hot topic in Question Period on Monday. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | October 8, 2018
NDP MP Jim Fulton, pictured in this undated photograph during the 34th Parliament in his Confederation Building office on the Hill, represented the far-flung Skeena, B.C., riding from 1979 to 1993, and was one of the most effective NDP MPs ever to sit in the House. The former probation officer was a star in Question Period and in media scrums. He was smart, funny, and knew what he was talking about, plus he believed in what he did. A big bulk of a man who stood at more than six feet tall, he was known as outrageously controversial and passionate about the environment and First Nations. The Hill Times photograph by Kate Malloy
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | October 8, 2018
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | October 8, 2018
NDP MP Jim Fulton, pictured in this undated photograph during the 34th Parliament in his Confederation Building office on the Hill, represented the far-flung Skeena, B.C., riding from 1979 to 1993, and was one of the most effective NDP MPs ever to sit in the House. The former probation officer was a star in Question Period and in media scrums. He was smart, funny, and knew what he was talking about, plus he believed in what he did. A big bulk of a man who stood at more than six feet tall, he was known as outrageously controversial and passionate about the environment and First Nations. The Hill Times photograph by Kate Malloy
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | July 30, 2018
Graham Steele, author of the bestselling What I Learned About Politics, talks about his second book The Effective Citizen: How to Make Politicians Work for You. 'Being a politician's a very difficult job, and the ones I admire I guess are the ones who are honest about how difficult it is and how challenging it is, and try to keep the bullshit to a minimum,' he said. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | July 30, 2018
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | July 30, 2018
Graham Steele, author of the bestselling What I Learned About Politics, talks about his second book The Effective Citizen: How to Make Politicians Work for You. 'Being a politician's a very difficult job, and the ones I admire I guess are the ones who are honest about how difficult it is and how challenging it is, and try to keep the bullshit to a minimum,' he said. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY KATE MALLOY | May 1, 2018
AFN National Chief Perry Bellegarde, pictured in this file photograph, will be speaking this morning at the AFN's special chiefs assembly on federal legislation at the Hotel Lac Leamy in Gatineau, Que. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY KATE MALLOY | May 1, 2018
News | BY KATE MALLOY | May 1, 2018
AFN National Chief Perry Bellegarde, pictured in this file photograph, will be speaking this morning at the AFN's special chiefs assembly on federal legislation at the Hotel Lac Leamy in Gatineau, Que. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | January 8, 2018
Independent Quebec Sen. Patrick Brazeau, pictured in his Wellington Building office in Ottawa. 'I’m cognizant that I have a second chance here. I have time before me and I’m going to take advantage of it and try to do the best job I can.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | January 8, 2018
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | January 8, 2018
Independent Quebec Sen. Patrick Brazeau, pictured in his Wellington Building office in Ottawa. 'I’m cognizant that I have a second chance here. I have time before me and I’m going to take advantage of it and try to do the best job I can.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 18, 2017
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 18, 2017
FeatureBY KATE MALLOY | December 18, 2017
News | BY KATE MALLOY | August 1, 2017
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured on the Hill last week, will be in Vancouver on Aug. 1. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY KATE MALLOY | August 1, 2017
News | BY KATE MALLOY | August 1, 2017
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured on the Hill last week, will be in Vancouver on Aug. 1. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY KATE MALLOY | July 31, 2017
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and B.C. Premier John Horgan, pictured on Parliament Hill on July 25, 2017. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY KATE MALLOY | July 31, 2017
News | BY KATE MALLOY | July 31, 2017
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and B.C. Premier John Horgan, pictured on Parliament Hill on July 25, 2017. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY KATE MALLOY | July 26, 2017
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured in this file photo, will be in Chicoutimi, Que., visiting l'Exposition agricole de Chicoutimi at 12:45 p.m. and will attend Souper dans les Rues, part of the 63rd Traverse internationale du lac St. Jean in Roberval, Que., at 6:10 p.m. on Wednesday, July 26, 2017. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY KATE MALLOY | July 26, 2017