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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau holds at a media availability at the Sir John A. MacDonald building in Ottawa on Jan. 5, 2022 to update Canadians on the government’s response to latest wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau holds at a media availability at the Sir John A. MacDonald building in Ottawa on Jan. 5, 2022 to update Canadians on the government’s response to latest wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured leaving for the Liberal cabinet meeting in West Block on Nov. 16, 2021, a day before he left for Washington D.C. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured leaving for the Liberal cabinet meeting in West Block on Nov. 16, 2021, a day before he left for Washington D.C. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 17, 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is pictured arriving at the COP26 World Leaders Summit on Nov. 1. Canada's climate commitments include stopping public financing for fossil fuel projects abroad by the end of next year, a hard cap on emissions from its oil and gas sector starting in 2025, and a pledge to halt and reverse forest loss and land degradation by 2030. U.K. Government photograph by Doug Peters
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 17, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 17, 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is pictured arriving at the COP26 World Leaders Summit on Nov. 1. Canada's climate commitments include stopping public financing for fossil fuel projects abroad by the end of next year, a hard cap on emissions from its oil and gas sector starting in 2025, and a pledge to halt and reverse forest loss and land degradation by 2030. U.K. Government photograph by Doug Peters
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 15, 2021
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole said last week that comments about COVID-19 vaccines by some members of his caucus are not helpful and are spreading uncertainty about immunization. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 15, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 15, 2021
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole said last week that comments about COVID-19 vaccines by some members of his caucus are not helpful and are spreading uncertainty about immunization. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 11, 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau lay a wreath during the National Remembrance Day ceremony at the National War Memorial in Ottawa on Nov. 11, 2020. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 11, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 11, 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau lay a wreath during the National Remembrance Day ceremony at the National War Memorial in Ottawa on Nov. 11, 2020. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 9, 2021
Emergency Preparedness Minister Bill Blair, left, is expected to be a 'conduit' to co-ordinating more closely with provincial and territorial governments before problems arise, while new Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino will be a 'big asset' in the role, according to former minister Peter Van Loan. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 9, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 9, 2021
Emergency Preparedness Minister Bill Blair, left, is expected to be a 'conduit' to co-ordinating more closely with provincial and territorial governments before problems arise, while new Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino will be a 'big asset' in the role, according to former minister Peter Van Loan. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 8, 2021
Clive Doucet, former Ottawa city councillor, left, Liberal MP Yasir Naqvi, and Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson. Photograph courtesy of Clive Doucet, The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia, Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 8, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 8, 2021
Clive Doucet, former Ottawa city councillor, left, Liberal MP Yasir Naqvi, and Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson. Photograph courtesy of Clive Doucet, The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia, Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 3, 2021
At COP26, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canada would put a hard cap on emissions from its oil and gas sector beginning in 2025, and decrease them at a pace and scale needed to reach 'net zero' by 2050. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 3, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | November 3, 2021
At COP26, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canada would put a hard cap on emissions from its oil and gas sector beginning in 2025, and decrease them at a pace and scale needed to reach 'net zero' by 2050. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 28, 2021
Minister of National Defence Anita Anand pictured during a media availability following the swearing-in of the Liberal cabinet in the Sir John A. Macdonald building in Ottawa on Oct. 26, 2021. Ms. Anand says her top priority is to 'make sure that everyone in the Armed Forces feels safe and protected and that they have the support that they need when they need it and the structures in places to ensure that justice is served.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 28, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 28, 2021
Minister of National Defence Anita Anand pictured during a media availability following the swearing-in of the Liberal cabinet in the Sir John A. Macdonald building in Ottawa on Oct. 26, 2021. Ms. Anand says her top priority is to 'make sure that everyone in the Armed Forces feels safe and protected and that they have the support that they need when they need it and the structures in places to ensure that justice is served.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 26, 2021
Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly pictured with her partner Félix Marzell arriving for the swearing-in of cabinet for the 44th Parliament of Canada at Rideau Hall on Oct. 26, 2021. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 26, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 26, 2021
Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly pictured with her partner Félix Marzell arriving for the swearing-in of cabinet for the 44th Parliament of Canada at Rideau Hall on Oct. 26, 2021. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 25, 2021
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole, pictured at the party's caucus meeting on Oct. 5, 2021, said on the campaign trail that he was a pro-choice candidate that would 'make sure that we defend the rights of women to make the choice for themselves with respect to their own health' if elected as prime minister. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 25, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 25, 2021
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole, pictured at the party's caucus meeting on Oct. 5, 2021, said on the campaign trail that he was a pro-choice candidate that would 'make sure that we defend the rights of women to make the choice for themselves with respect to their own health' if elected as prime minister. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland speaks with reporters at a media availability at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario school in Ottawa on Oct. 21, 2021. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland speaks with reporters at a media availability at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario school in Ottawa on Oct. 21, 2021. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 22, 2021
Conservative MP Michael Cooper, left, and NDP MP Peter Julian have opposing views on how the federal government should respond to rising inflation, but both agree that it has not done enough to assist Canadians economically. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Jake Wright
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 22, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 22, 2021
Conservative MP Michael Cooper, left, and NDP MP Peter Julian have opposing views on how the federal government should respond to rising inflation, but both agree that it has not done enough to assist Canadians economically. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Jake Wright
Conservative Whip Blake Richards said in a statement that while everyone who can get vaccinated should do so, 'we cannot agree to seven MPs, meeting in secret, deciding which of the 338 MPs, just elected by Canadians, can enter the House of Commons to represent their constituents.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Conservative Whip Blake Richards said in a statement that while everyone who can get vaccinated should do so, 'we cannot agree to seven MPs, meeting in secret, deciding which of the 338 MPs, just elected by Canadians, can enter the House of Commons to represent their constituents.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 19, 2021
Alberta incumbents, New Democrat Heather McPherson, left, and Conservatives Arnold Viersen, centre, and Michael Cooper agree on a need to recognize the anxiety and frustration among Albertans, but don't agree with each other that the recent vote to scrap equalization payments is a step in the right direction. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 19, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 19, 2021
Alberta incumbents, New Democrat Heather McPherson, left, and Conservatives Arnold Viersen, centre, and Michael Cooper agree on a need to recognize the anxiety and frustration among Albertans, but don't agree with each other that the recent vote to scrap equalization payments is a step in the right direction. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 14, 2021
Rookies: Conservative Ryan Williams, left, Liberal Leah Taylor, and Green Mike Morrice are among the new faces in the 'class of 2021' headed to the House in this Parliament. Photographs courtesy of Ryan Williams, Leah Taylor, and Mike Morrice
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 14, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 14, 2021
Rookies: Conservative Ryan Williams, left, Liberal Leah Taylor, and Green Mike Morrice are among the new faces in the 'class of 2021' headed to the House in this Parliament. Photographs courtesy of Ryan Williams, Leah Taylor, and Mike Morrice
Following the news of the November border re-opening, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, pictured Oct. 6, said Canada is ‘working to clarify and finalize all the details.’ The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Following the news of the November border re-opening, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, pictured Oct. 6, said Canada is ‘working to clarify and finalize all the details.’ The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 13, 2021
New Democrat Blake Desjarlais and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh pose for a photograph on Sept. 18 in Edmonton Greisbach, which the rookie politician won by 1,500 votes. Photograph courtesy of Twitter/DesjarlaisBlake
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 13, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 13, 2021
New Democrat Blake Desjarlais and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh pose for a photograph on Sept. 18 in Edmonton Greisbach, which the rookie politician won by 1,500 votes. Photograph courtesy of Twitter/DesjarlaisBlake
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 7, 2021
Gérard Deltell poses with his Manic GT, the 'Green Machine', in front of the West Block on Parliament Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Matt Horwood
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 7, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 7, 2021
Gérard Deltell poses with his Manic GT, the 'Green Machine', in front of the West Block on Parliament Hill. The Hill Times photograph by Matt Horwood
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau looks on as Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland speaks during an Oct. 6 press conference. Ms. Freeland says mandatory vaccinations for public servants and travellers would prevent the country's healthcare systems from being overwhelmed, allow schools to remain open, and accelerate the country's economic recovery. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau looks on as Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland speaks during an Oct. 6 press conference. Ms. Freeland says mandatory vaccinations for public servants and travellers would prevent the country's healthcare systems from being overwhelmed, allow schools to remain open, and accelerate the country's economic recovery. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 5, 2021
Outgoing Green Party Leader Annamie Paul, pictured at a press conference in the Sir John A. MacDonald building on Nov. 16, 2020. Ms. Paul announced her resignation as leader of the party on Sept. 27, saying she wasn't willing to put up with the attacks she 'knew would be coming.' The Hill Times Photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 5, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | October 5, 2021
Outgoing Green Party Leader Annamie Paul, pictured at a press conference in the Sir John A. MacDonald building on Nov. 16, 2020. Ms. Paul announced her resignation as leader of the party on Sept. 27, saying she wasn't willing to put up with the attacks she 'knew would be coming.' The Hill Times Photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 30, 2021
Clockwise from top left, New Democrats Taylor Bachrach and Niki Ashton say progress has been too slow on reconciliation, while re-elected Conservative Randy Hoback says the federal government should build a national monument in Ottawa intended to honour residential school survivors, and re-elected Liberal Terry Sheehan says consultation with Indigenous peoples is 'key to meaningful actions.' The Hill Times Photographs by Andrew Meade, file
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 30, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 30, 2021
Clockwise from top left, New Democrats Taylor Bachrach and Niki Ashton say progress has been too slow on reconciliation, while re-elected Conservative Randy Hoback says the federal government should build a national monument in Ottawa intended to honour residential school survivors, and re-elected Liberal Terry Sheehan says consultation with Indigenous peoples is 'key to meaningful actions.' The Hill Times Photographs by Andrew Meade, file
Governor General Mary May Simon, seen speaking at the Canadian Museum of History after her appointment on July 6, 2021, says that the legacy of colonization has had 'devastating repercussions" for Indigenous peoples but the truth will unite the country to 'embrace justice, harmony and trust instead.' The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Governor General Mary May Simon, seen speaking at the Canadian Museum of History after her appointment on July 6, 2021, says that the legacy of colonization has had 'devastating repercussions" for Indigenous peoples but the truth will unite the country to 'embrace justice, harmony and trust instead.' The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 29, 2021
Bloc Quebecois leader Yves-Francois Blanchet, pictured Sept. 29, 2021, has said would continue pushing for health transfers from the federal government The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 29, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 29, 2021
Bloc Quebecois leader Yves-Francois Blanchet, pictured Sept. 29, 2021, has said would continue pushing for health transfers from the federal government The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 23, 2021
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, pictured at his July 21 media availability. During his election night speech, Mr. Singh said the party would never 'give up fighting' for families to ensure their 'needs are met.' The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 23, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 23, 2021
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, pictured at his July 21 media availability. During his election night speech, Mr. Singh said the party would never 'give up fighting' for families to ensure their 'needs are met.' The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 21, 2021
Conservative Leslyn Lewis, left, and New Democrat Blake Desjarlais of Edmonton-Griesbach, Alta., are two brand new faces entering the 44th Parliament. Former Liberal MP Randy Boissonnault, right, was holding on to a tiny lead to oust the Conservative incumbent in Edmonton Centre, Alta., in a bid to return to the Chamber and add to the flipped seat count. Photographs courtesy of Twitter, and file photograph
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 21, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 21, 2021
Conservative Leslyn Lewis, left, and New Democrat Blake Desjarlais of Edmonton-Griesbach, Alta., are two brand new faces entering the 44th Parliament. Former Liberal MP Randy Boissonnault, right, was holding on to a tiny lead to oust the Conservative incumbent in Edmonton Centre, Alta., in a bid to return to the Chamber and add to the flipped seat count. Photographs courtesy of Twitter, and file photograph
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 21, 2021
CBC News called it at 10:26 p.m. ET on Sept. 20: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won the election and will form the next government, but the results were still coming in. Screen capture image photograph courtesy of CBC News
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 21, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 21, 2021
CBC News called it at 10:26 p.m. ET on Sept. 20: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won the election and will form the next government, but the results were still coming in. Screen capture image photograph courtesy of CBC News
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 16, 2021
Joel Abram, left, grand chief at the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians; Marlene Poitras, regional chief of Alberta; and Norman Yakeleya, national chief of Dene Nation. The three chiefs say that a lack of attention and progress around Indigenous issues has led to lower voter turnout among First Nations. Photographs courtesy of Joel Abram, Marlene Poitras, and Norman Yakeleya
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 16, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 16, 2021
Joel Abram, left, grand chief at the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians; Marlene Poitras, regional chief of Alberta; and Norman Yakeleya, national chief of Dene Nation. The three chiefs say that a lack of attention and progress around Indigenous issues has led to lower voter turnout among First Nations. Photographs courtesy of Joel Abram, Marlene Poitras, and Norman Yakeleya
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 15, 2021
Federal Green Party Leader Annamie Paul travelled to Prince Edward Island on Sept. 13 and 14. From left to right, Green Party members Michael MacLean, Darcie Lanthier, Ms. Paul, Anna Keenan, and Alex Clark pose for a photograph in P.E.I. on Sept 13. Photograph courtesy of Twitter/AnnamiePaul
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 15, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 15, 2021
Federal Green Party Leader Annamie Paul travelled to Prince Edward Island on Sept. 13 and 14. From left to right, Green Party members Michael MacLean, Darcie Lanthier, Ms. Paul, Anna Keenan, and Alex Clark pose for a photograph in P.E.I. on Sept 13. Photograph courtesy of Twitter/AnnamiePaul
Former Independent MP Jody Wilson-Raybould, seen leaving the West Block on July 22, is calling on the Liberal government to remove roadblocks to the RCMP inquiry into possible obstruction of justice. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Former Independent MP Jody Wilson-Raybould, seen leaving the West Block on July 22, is calling on the Liberal government to remove roadblocks to the RCMP inquiry into possible obstruction of justice. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The five federal leaders took the stage on Sept. 9 for the second and final official televised leaders' debate. Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole, left, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Green Party Leader Annamie Paul, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, and Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet. Screengrab courtesy of Global News
The five federal leaders took the stage on Sept. 9 for the second and final official televised leaders' debate. Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole, left, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Green Party Leader Annamie Paul, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, and Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet. Screengrab courtesy of Global News
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 9, 2021
Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet, and Green Leader Annamie Paul. The polls have shifted since the beginning of the 36-day campaign, with a Liberal lead erased and the Conservative edging ahead. The Hill TImes photographs by Andrew Maede
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 9, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 9, 2021
Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet, and Green Leader Annamie Paul. The polls have shifted since the beginning of the 36-day campaign, with a Liberal lead erased and the Conservative edging ahead. The Hill TImes photographs by Andrew Maede
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 8, 2021
Stéphane Perrault, Chief Electoral Officer of Canada, at a news conference on Aug. 18. Elections Canada says it made the 'difficult choice' to cancel the on-campus voting program, which has 'never been offered in a minority situation with no fixed date to plan ahead, let alone during a pandemic.' The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 8, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 8, 2021
Stéphane Perrault, Chief Electoral Officer of Canada, at a news conference on Aug. 18. Elections Canada says it made the 'difficult choice' to cancel the on-campus voting program, which has 'never been offered in a minority situation with no fixed date to plan ahead, let alone during a pandemic.' The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 6, 2021
Annamie Paul, leader of the Green Party, pictured at a press conference on June 7. Her former senior adviser, Noah Zatzman, says the election debates will be Ms. Paul's chance to introduce herself to most Canadians for the first time. Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 6, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | September 6, 2021
Annamie Paul, leader of the Green Party, pictured at a press conference on June 7. Her former senior adviser, Noah Zatzman, says the election debates will be Ms. Paul's chance to introduce herself to most Canadians for the first time. Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Prime Minister and Liberal leader Justin Trudeau's campaign announcement in Kanata, Ont. Mr. Trudeau took a tougher stance against the unvaccinated at a rally yesterday, saying he is focused on the 'freedom of the responsible majority of us who are fully vaccinated.' The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
Prime Minister and Liberal leader Justin Trudeau's campaign announcement in Kanata, Ont. Mr. Trudeau took a tougher stance against the unvaccinated at a rally yesterday, saying he is focused on the 'freedom of the responsible majority of us who are fully vaccinated.' The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | August 31, 2021
AFN National Chief RoseAnne Archibald holds up a copy of 'The Healing Path Forward: 2021 Federal Election Priorities for First Nations and Canada,' at a virtual press conference on Aug. 31. Screengrab courtesy of Zoom
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | August 31, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | August 31, 2021
AFN National Chief RoseAnne Archibald holds up a copy of 'The Healing Path Forward: 2021 Federal Election Priorities for First Nations and Canada,' at a virtual press conference on Aug. 31. Screengrab courtesy of Zoom
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | August 30, 2021
The three party leaders who have made dozens of trips to ridings across the country include Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, from left, Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole, and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, while Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-Francois Blanchet, Green Party Leader Annamie Paul have remained in one province. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | August 30, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | August 30, 2021
The three party leaders who have made dozens of trips to ridings across the country include Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, from left, Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole, and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, while Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-Francois Blanchet, Green Party Leader Annamie Paul have remained in one province. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | August 29, 2021
Conservative attack ads against Michael Ignatieff's commitment to Canada and Stephan Dion's leadership qualities were effective at framing the former Liberal leaders in a negative light, according to political strategists. Screengrabs courtesy of Youtube
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | August 29, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | August 29, 2021
Conservative attack ads against Michael Ignatieff's commitment to Canada and Stephan Dion's leadership qualities were effective at framing the former Liberal leaders in a negative light, according to political strategists. Screengrabs courtesy of Youtube
Women and Gender Equality Minister Maryam Monsef, Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino, and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan gave an update on Canada's response to the situation in Afghanistan. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia
Women and Gender Equality Minister Maryam Monsef, Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino, and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan gave an update on Canada's response to the situation in Afghanistan. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | August 25, 2021
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole, seen speaking at the Westin Hotel on Aug. 16. He says his party would treat the opioid epidemic as the 'health issue that it is,' and focus law enforcement on drug dealers and traffickers while making recovery the goal for addicts. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | August 25, 2021
News | BY MATT HORWOOD | August 25, 2021
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole, seen speaking at the Westin Hotel on Aug. 16. He says his party would treat the opioid epidemic as the 'health issue that it is,' and focus law enforcement on drug dealers and traffickers while making recovery the goal for addicts. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia