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News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | July 6, 2016
Mark Holland (left), the government's parliamentary secretary to the minister of democratic institutions, pictured here speaking to Electoral Reform Committee chair Francis Scarpaleggia, says the committee should try to determine what values Canadians want to underpin a reformed electoral system. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | July 6, 2016
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | July 6, 2016
Mark Holland (left), the government's parliamentary secretary to the minister of democratic institutions, pictured here speaking to Electoral Reform Committee chair Francis Scarpaleggia, says the committee should try to determine what values Canadians want to underpin a reformed electoral system. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 30, 2016
U.S. President Barack Obama, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Senator Peter Harder, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, and the rest of the crowd share a laugh on Wednesday June 29 in the House. PMO photograph courtesy of Adam Scotti
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 30, 2016
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 30, 2016
U.S. President Barack Obama, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Senator Peter Harder, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, and the rest of the crowd share a laugh on Wednesday June 29 in the House. PMO photograph courtesy of Adam Scotti
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 29, 2016
The Special Committee on Electoral Reform, pictured earlier this month on the Hill. After a long dry spell, all House committees are beginning to travel again big time. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 29, 2016
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 29, 2016
The Special Committee on Electoral Reform, pictured earlier this month on the Hill. After a long dry spell, all House committees are beginning to travel again big time. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 29, 2016
Civil society groups are pointing to the use of a cut-out of Alberta Premier Rachel Notley during a recent golf tournament as an example of the harassment female politicians face on a regular basis. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 29, 2016
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 29, 2016
Civil society groups are pointing to the use of a cut-out of Alberta Premier Rachel Notley during a recent golf tournament as an example of the harassment female politicians face on a regular basis. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 22, 2016
Canada's visa requirement for Mexicans travelling to Canada remains a point of contention between the two countries that will likely be raised at the summit by Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto (pictured left). Despite the hype, Toronto-based trade lawyer Lawrence Herman (top right) said the impending end of U.S. President Barack Obama's tenure in the White House might make the other leaders 'reluctant' to reach firm commitments or agreements. A new lumber deal (bottom right) remains a lingering issue between the United States and Canada. Photos by Sam Garcia, Lawrence Herman, and The Hill Times
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 22, 2016
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 22, 2016
Canada's visa requirement for Mexicans travelling to Canada remains a point of contention between the two countries that will likely be raised at the summit by Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto (pictured left). Despite the hype, Toronto-based trade lawyer Lawrence Herman (top right) said the impending end of U.S. President Barack Obama's tenure in the White House might make the other leaders 'reluctant' to reach firm commitments or agreements. A new lumber deal (bottom right) remains a lingering issue between the United States and Canada. Photos by Sam Garcia, Lawrence Herman, and The Hill Times
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 22, 2016
Liberal MP Larry Bagnell, pictured, chair of the Procedure and House Affairs Committee, warns not to 'hold your breath' on what will happen next happen with a recently tabled report on making the House more family-friendly because he says the committee is extremely busy. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 22, 2016
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 22, 2016
Liberal MP Larry Bagnell, pictured, chair of the Procedure and House Affairs Committee, warns not to 'hold your breath' on what will happen next happen with a recently tabled report on making the House more family-friendly because he says the committee is extremely busy. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 22, 2016
President of the IACHR James Cavallaro speaking during the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights' 157th regular session in April. IACHR photograph by Daniel Cima
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 22, 2016
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 22, 2016
President of the IACHR James Cavallaro speaking during the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights' 157th regular session in April. IACHR photograph by Daniel Cima
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 15, 2016
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, U.S. President Barack Obama, and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto chat before an APEC meeting in Manila, Philippines, Nov. 19, 2015. They're set to meet again June 29 in Ottawa. White House photograph by Pete Souza
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 15, 2016
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 15, 2016
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, U.S. President Barack Obama, and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto chat before an APEC meeting in Manila, Philippines, Nov. 19, 2015. They're set to meet again June 29 in Ottawa. White House photograph by Pete Souza
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 15, 2016
NDP MP Christine Moore, pictured here with her daughter Daphnée in her Parliament Hill office, says MPs need more help juggling their professional and parental duties. The Hill Times photograph by Jean-Loup Doudard
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 15, 2016
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 15, 2016
NDP MP Christine Moore, pictured here with her daughter Daphnée in her Parliament Hill office, says MPs need more help juggling their professional and parental duties. The Hill Times photograph by Jean-Loup Doudard
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 15, 2016
An artist rendering of the proposed liquefied natural gas development in northwestern B.C. developed by Pacific Northwest LNG. Photo courtesy of Pacific Northwest LNG
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 15, 2016
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 15, 2016
An artist rendering of the proposed liquefied natural gas development in northwestern B.C. developed by Pacific Northwest LNG. Photo courtesy of Pacific Northwest LNG
News | BY MARCO VIGLIOTTI, SELINA CHIGNALL | June 8, 2016
The sinkhole on Rideau Street prior to swallowing an adjacent van. Photograph courtesy of Natasha Morano
News | BY MARCO VIGLIOTTI, SELINA CHIGNALL | June 8, 2016
News | BY MARCO VIGLIOTTI, SELINA CHIGNALL | June 8, 2016
The sinkhole on Rideau Street prior to swallowing an adjacent van. Photograph courtesy of Natasha Morano
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 8, 2016
Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett announced May 10 that Canada would adopt and implement the UN declaration 'without qualification.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 8, 2016
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 8, 2016
Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett announced May 10 that Canada would adopt and implement the UN declaration 'without qualification.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 8, 2016
Nunavut Senator Dennis Patterson (centre) joins members of the private sector in formally launching a project in Iqaluit in 2014. The Senator is calling for more robust efforts to provide crucial infrastructure to the region. Photo courtesy of the office of Senator Dennis Patterson
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 8, 2016
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 8, 2016
Nunavut Senator Dennis Patterson (centre) joins members of the private sector in formally launching a project in Iqaluit in 2014. The Senator is calling for more robust efforts to provide crucial infrastructure to the region. Photo courtesy of the office of Senator Dennis Patterson
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 8, 2016
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 8, 2016
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 8, 2016
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 8, 2016
'We will be making available—to community organizations and MPs—tools to help plan town halls in order to facilitate the conversation and reporting,' says Democratic Institutions Minister Maryam Monsef. Photo courtesy of Jean-Marc Carisse
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 8, 2016
News | BY SELINA CHIGNALL | June 8, 2016
'We will be making available—to community organizations and MPs—tools to help plan town halls in order to facilitate the conversation and reporting,' says Democratic Institutions Minister Maryam Monsef. Photo courtesy of Jean-Marc Carisse