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Pandemic puts twist on Canada’s oldest legislative program as parliamentary interns adapt to new ways of working

FeatureBY PAIGE PEACOCK | January 21, 2021
Daniel Lukac, Amélie Cossette, centre, and Valere Gaspard got a unique view of parliamentary operations as the House of Commons moved to hybrid sittings due to the pandemic. Photographs courtesy of Valere Gaspard, Daniel Lukac, and Amélie Cossette
FeatureBY PAIGE PEACOCK | January 21, 2021
FeatureBY PAIGE PEACOCK | January 21, 2021
Daniel Lukac, Amélie Cossette, centre, and Valere Gaspard got a unique view of parliamentary operations as the House of Commons moved to hybrid sittings due to the pandemic. Photographs courtesy of Valere Gaspard, Daniel Lukac, and Amélie Cossette
News | BY PAIGE PEACOCK | January 13, 2021
Former broadcaster Marci Ien was elected in the byelection on Oct. 26, 2020, to represent Toronto Centre, Ont., making her the only Black woman in the House of Commons. PMO photograph by Adam Scotti
News | BY PAIGE PEACOCK | January 13, 2021
News | BY PAIGE PEACOCK | January 13, 2021
Former broadcaster Marci Ien was elected in the byelection on Oct. 26, 2020, to represent Toronto Centre, Ont., making her the only Black woman in the House of Commons. PMO photograph by Adam Scotti
News | BY PAIGE PEACOCK | December 30, 2020
Dominion Carillonneur Andrea McCrady, pictured in 2019 at the pedalboard of the Peace Tower's 53-bell carillon. 'Because the Peace Tower's such a national icon and so very public, I have to do an awful lot of work on the practice keyboard because you can’t be just learning a piece upstairs.' Screenshot courtesy of the Canadian Geographic's YouTube
News | BY PAIGE PEACOCK | December 30, 2020
News | BY PAIGE PEACOCK | December 30, 2020
Dominion Carillonneur Andrea McCrady, pictured in 2019 at the pedalboard of the Peace Tower's 53-bell carillon. 'Because the Peace Tower's such a national icon and so very public, I have to do an awful lot of work on the practice keyboard because you can’t be just learning a piece upstairs.' Screenshot courtesy of the Canadian Geographic's YouTube
News | BY PAIGE PEACOCK | December 21, 2020
NDP MP Leah Gazan joins demonstrators supporting the Wetʼsuwetʼen nation against the building of the Costal Gasoline pipeline through their traditional territory before a march through downtown Ottawa on Feb. 24, 2020. Ms. Gazan says she was born into politics and advocacy. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY PAIGE PEACOCK | December 21, 2020
News | BY PAIGE PEACOCK | December 21, 2020
NDP MP Leah Gazan joins demonstrators supporting the Wetʼsuwetʼen nation against the building of the Costal Gasoline pipeline through their traditional territory before a march through downtown Ottawa on Feb. 24, 2020. Ms. Gazan says she was born into politics and advocacy. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY PAIGE PEACOCK | December 17, 2020
Conservative MP Marilyn Gladu, left, said it's clear the government wants an election, with Queen’s Privy Council President Dominic LeBlanc's decision to table a bill to make temporary changes to election laws before a House committee had even submitted its report on the same thing. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meades
News | BY PAIGE PEACOCK | December 17, 2020
News | BY PAIGE PEACOCK | December 17, 2020
Conservative MP Marilyn Gladu, left, said it's clear the government wants an election, with Queen’s Privy Council President Dominic LeBlanc's decision to table a bill to make temporary changes to election laws before a House committee had even submitted its report on the same thing. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meades