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FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 30, 2022
Tahreem Mahmoor, senior policy analyst IRCC, left, Mélanie Cousineau, Environment Canada, and Todd Scanlan, Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada at The Institute of the Public Administration of Canada's (IPAC) National Capital Region group's 'Demystifying Federal Central Agencies' on Nov. 28, at the 3 Brewers Sparks in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 30, 2022
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 30, 2022
Tahreem Mahmoor, senior policy analyst IRCC, left, Mélanie Cousineau, Environment Canada, and Todd Scanlan, Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada at The Institute of the Public Administration of Canada's (IPAC) National Capital Region group's 'Demystifying Federal Central Agencies' on Nov. 28, at the 3 Brewers Sparks in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 23, 2022
Pierre Poilievre was elected the new leader of the Conservative Party on Sept. 10. Despite the leadership contest diverting most of the party's fundraising toward individual candidates, the party still brought in more money than all of the other main federal parties in the third quarter of 2022. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 23, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 23, 2022
Pierre Poilievre was elected the new leader of the Conservative Party on Sept. 10. Despite the leadership contest diverting most of the party's fundraising toward individual candidates, the party still brought in more money than all of the other main federal parties in the third quarter of 2022. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 21, 2022
Savannah Ré, left, Lili-Ann De Francesco, and Aysanabee at the SOCAN Music on the Hill event at Queen St. Fare on Nov. 16. Photograph courtesy of Music Canada
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 21, 2022
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 21, 2022
Savannah Ré, left, Lili-Ann De Francesco, and Aysanabee at the SOCAN Music on the Hill event at Queen St. Fare on Nov. 16. Photograph courtesy of Music Canada
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 16, 2022
John Mather, POEC counsel, questions Jeremy MacKenzie, right, at the Public Order Emergency Commission on Nov. 4 about the Freedom Convoy's occupation of Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 16, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 16, 2022
John Mather, POEC counsel, questions Jeremy MacKenzie, right, at the Public Order Emergency Commission on Nov. 4 about the Freedom Convoy's occupation of Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 16, 2022
Interim leader Amita Kuttner, right, takes part in a press conference with Green MP Mike Morrice on May 17. After a year as interim leader, Kuttner says they feel confident they're leaving the Green Party in good hands with a new executive director, party president, and leader—or leaders—as of Nov. 19. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 16, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 16, 2022
Interim leader Amita Kuttner, right, takes part in a press conference with Green MP Mike Morrice on May 17. After a year as interim leader, Kuttner says they feel confident they're leaving the Green Party in good hands with a new executive director, party president, and leader—or leaders—as of Nov. 19. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 10, 2022
Green MP Elizabeth May, left, Anna Keenan, and Sarah Gabrielle Baron are three of the six Green Party leadership candidates who took part in a virtual debate on Nov. 9. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 10, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 10, 2022
Green MP Elizabeth May, left, Anna Keenan, and Sarah Gabrielle Baron are three of the six Green Party leadership candidates who took part in a virtual debate on Nov. 9. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 9, 2022
Jann Arden performs alongside the National Arts Centre orchestra, led by guest conductor Elizabeth Baird, at the first NAC Gala in three years on Nov. 5. Photograph courtesy of George Pimentel photography
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 9, 2022
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 9, 2022
Jann Arden performs alongside the National Arts Centre orchestra, led by guest conductor Elizabeth Baird, at the first NAC Gala in three years on Nov. 5. Photograph courtesy of George Pimentel photography
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 9, 2022
If Liberal incumbents hope to join Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the next election campaign, they'll need to raise more than two-thirds of their riding expense limits and make thousands of contacts by March. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 9, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 9, 2022
If Liberal incumbents hope to join Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the next election campaign, they'll need to raise more than two-thirds of their riding expense limits and make thousands of contacts by March. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 9, 2022
NDP MP Leah Gazan says that since her motion received unanimous consent, it makes it more difficult for denialists to continue their 'violent' denialism of the experiences of residential school survivors.  The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 9, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 9, 2022
NDP MP Leah Gazan says that since her motion received unanimous consent, it makes it more difficult for denialists to continue their 'violent' denialism of the experiences of residential school survivors.  The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 7, 2022
Lisa Kirbie, founder and CEO of Blackbird Strategies, left, Katie Telford, chief of staff to the prime minister, and NDP National Director Anne McGrath celebrate the third anniversary of Kirbie's public affairs agency on Nov. 1 at the Métropolitain Brasserie. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 7, 2022
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 7, 2022
Lisa Kirbie, founder and CEO of Blackbird Strategies, left, Katie Telford, chief of staff to the prime minister, and NDP National Director Anne McGrath celebrate the third anniversary of Kirbie's public affairs agency on Nov. 1 at the Métropolitain Brasserie. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 2, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivers his speech during the Parliamentary Press Gallery Dinner on Oct. 22, where he made a joke some said implied Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre 'was a Nazi,' leading critics to call for the event to come to a permanent end for the sake of the press gallery's credibility. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 2, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 2, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivers his speech during the Parliamentary Press Gallery Dinner on Oct. 22, where he made a joke some said implied Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre 'was a Nazi,' leading critics to call for the event to come to a permanent end for the sake of the press gallery's credibility. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 2, 2022
Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Thomas Carrique appeared as a witness before the Public Emergency Order Commission at Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa on Oct. 27. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 2, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | November 2, 2022
Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Thomas Carrique appeared as a witness before the Public Emergency Order Commission at Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa on Oct. 27. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 31, 2022
Peter Van Dusen Signs Off from CPAC with an original song at the Métropolitain Brasserie in Ottawa on Oct. 26 The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 31, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 31, 2022
Peter Van Dusen Signs Off from CPAC with an original song at the Métropolitain Brasserie in Ottawa on Oct. 26 The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 26, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivers his speech at the Parliamentary Press Gallery Dinner on Oct. 22, at the Canadian Museum of History. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 26, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 26, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivers his speech at the Parliamentary Press Gallery Dinner on Oct. 22, at the Canadian Museum of History. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 26, 2022
Kim Ayotte, City of Ottawa general manager of emergency and protective services, right, testifies at the Public Order Emergency Commission in Ottawa on Oct. 18,. Justice Paul Rouleau, left, chairs the commission. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 26, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 26, 2022
Kim Ayotte, City of Ottawa general manager of emergency and protective services, right, testifies at the Public Order Emergency Commission in Ottawa on Oct. 18,. Justice Paul Rouleau, left, chairs the commission. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 19, 2022
Prior to the legalization of marijuana in 2018, pot smokers made a yearly pilgrimage to Parliament Hill each April 20 for an annual '4/20' celebration and protest against the federal government's criminalization of marijuana possession. In the years since advocates have called on Ottawa to do more to suspend the criminal convictions of Canadians. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 19, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 19, 2022
Prior to the legalization of marijuana in 2018, pot smokers made a yearly pilgrimage to Parliament Hill each April 20 for an annual '4/20' celebration and protest against the federal government's criminalization of marijuana possession. In the years since advocates have called on Ottawa to do more to suspend the criminal convictions of Canadians. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 18, 2022
Victoria De La Ronde, left, and Zexi Li appear as witnesses before the Public Emergency Order Commission at Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa on Oct. 14, saying they felt 'abandoned' and that they were 'trapped' in their homes while living in downtown Ottawa during the Freedom Convoy's winter occupation. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 18, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 18, 2022
Victoria De La Ronde, left, and Zexi Li appear as witnesses before the Public Emergency Order Commission at Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa on Oct. 14, saying they felt 'abandoned' and that they were 'trapped' in their homes while living in downtown Ottawa during the Freedom Convoy's winter occupation. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 12, 2022
RCMP officers direct asylum seekers from an irregular border crossing at Roxham Road in Quebec in August 2017. That year, an influx of asylum seekers entering Canada at the crossing made international headlines, but according to data from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, there has been a 13 per cent increase in crossings so far in 2022. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 12, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 12, 2022
RCMP officers direct asylum seekers from an irregular border crossing at Roxham Road in Quebec in August 2017. That year, an influx of asylum seekers entering Canada at the crossing made international headlines, but according to data from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, there has been a 13 per cent increase in crossings so far in 2022. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 12, 2022
Ontario Provincial Police are pictured on Metcalfe Street on Feb. 17, 2022, as the Freedom Convoy’s occupation of downtown Ottawa entered its third week. The public inquiry into the government's invocation of the Emergencies Act will begin on Oct. 13. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 12, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 12, 2022
Ontario Provincial Police are pictured on Metcalfe Street on Feb. 17, 2022, as the Freedom Convoy’s occupation of downtown Ottawa entered its third week. The public inquiry into the government's invocation of the Emergencies Act will begin on Oct. 13. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | October 10, 2022
Marc-André Leclerc, a former Hill staffer, pictured on Oct. 5, 2022, at his Confidences Politiques book launch at the Métropolitain Brasserie in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Spencer Colby
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | October 10, 2022
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | October 10, 2022
Marc-André Leclerc, a former Hill staffer, pictured on Oct. 5, 2022, at his Confidences Politiques book launch at the Métropolitain Brasserie in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Spencer Colby
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 5, 2022
Minister of Mental Health and Addictions Carolyn Bennett appears before Senate Social Affairs, Science, and Technology Committee on Sept. 29, to discuss the Federal Framework for Suicide Prevention. Bennett told the committee that the government hoped to present its action plan on suicide prevention by next fall. The Hill Time photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 5, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 5, 2022
Minister of Mental Health and Addictions Carolyn Bennett appears before Senate Social Affairs, Science, and Technology Committee on Sept. 29, to discuss the Federal Framework for Suicide Prevention. Bennett told the committee that the government hoped to present its action plan on suicide prevention by next fall. The Hill Time photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 28, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shakes hands with residential school survivor Eugene Arcand during an Aug. 29 event to raise the Survivors’ Flag on Parliament Hill in honour of those affected by the residential school system in Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 28, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 28, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shakes hands with residential school survivor Eugene Arcand during an Aug. 29 event to raise the Survivors’ Flag on Parliament Hill in honour of those affected by the residential school system in Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 26, 2022
A look inside the abattoir at the Joyceville Institution, where prison labour is used to operate a commercial facility as part of an 'on-the-job' training program for inmates. Photograph courtesy of Calvin Neufeld
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 26, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 26, 2022
A look inside the abattoir at the Joyceville Institution, where prison labour is used to operate a commercial facility as part of an 'on-the-job' training program for inmates. Photograph courtesy of Calvin Neufeld
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | September 26, 2022
Abby Tait, left, Delaney Cullinan, Sophie Laghi-ford, and Alicia Adams of the Earnscliffe Strategy Group, pictured Sept. 19, 2022, at the iPolitics/Earnscliffe Housewarming shindig at the Métropolitain Brasserie in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | September 26, 2022
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | September 26, 2022
Abby Tait, left, Delaney Cullinan, Sophie Laghi-ford, and Alicia Adams of the Earnscliffe Strategy Group, pictured Sept. 19, 2022, at the iPolitics/Earnscliffe Housewarming shindig at the Métropolitain Brasserie in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 21, 2022
NDP MP Matthew Green, pictured during a House Ethics Committee meeting in July 2020, argues there should be a moratorium on the use of facial recognition technology in Canada until legislation can appropriately protect citizens' privacy. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 21, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 21, 2022
NDP MP Matthew Green, pictured during a House Ethics Committee meeting in July 2020, argues there should be a moratorium on the use of facial recognition technology in Canada until legislation can appropriately protect citizens' privacy. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | September 19, 2022
If you're hoping to get the most out of this fall's hottest social events, you'll need to pace yourself, schedule carefully, and get really used to seeing the inside of the Métropolitain Brasserie, where Earnscliffe will host its 'Housewarming' reception on Sept. 19. The Hill Times Photograph by Cynthia Munster
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | September 19, 2022
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | September 19, 2022
If you're hoping to get the most out of this fall's hottest social events, you'll need to pace yourself, schedule carefully, and get really used to seeing the inside of the Métropolitain Brasserie, where Earnscliffe will host its 'Housewarming' reception on Sept. 19. The Hill Times Photograph by Cynthia Munster
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 14, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and son Hadrien arrive at Rideau Hall on Sept. 10, 2022, for a ceremony to proclaim the accession of the new Sovereign, King Charles III. Yesterday, Trudeau declared a federal holiday on Sept. 19, to mark a national day of mourning which will coincide with Queen Elizabeth II's funeral in London, U.K. on the same day. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 14, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 14, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and son Hadrien arrive at Rideau Hall on Sept. 10, 2022, for a ceremony to proclaim the accession of the new Sovereign, King Charles III. Yesterday, Trudeau declared a federal holiday on Sept. 19, to mark a national day of mourning which will coincide with Queen Elizabeth II's funeral in London, U.K. on the same day. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 14, 2022
Green Party interim leader Amita Kuttner says being misgendered was 'reflective of a larger pattern of behaviour' perpetuated by a few members in positions of power, but that the specific incident was a 'screw up' that shouldn't have spiralled into the latest round of resignations. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 14, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 14, 2022
Green Party interim leader Amita Kuttner says being misgendered was 'reflective of a larger pattern of behaviour' perpetuated by a few members in positions of power, but that the specific incident was a 'screw up' that shouldn't have spiralled into the latest round of resignations. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY NEIL MOSS, STUART BENSON | September 14, 2022
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre left out some of his more charged political taglines in his victory speech on Sept. 10 at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa, but that doesn't mean the core message has shifted, say observers. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY NEIL MOSS, STUART BENSON | September 14, 2022
News | BY NEIL MOSS, STUART BENSON | September 14, 2022
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre left out some of his more charged political taglines in his victory speech on Sept. 10 at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa, but that doesn't mean the core message has shifted, say observers. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 12, 2022
It's on: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and newly elected Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre. Trudeau has reportedly told his cabinet that he will be staying on as leader to fight in the next election. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 12, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 12, 2022
It's on: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and newly elected Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre. Trudeau has reportedly told his cabinet that he will be staying on as leader to fight in the next election. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY NEIL MOSS, STUART BENSON | September 11, 2022
Veteran Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre, pictured on Sept. 10, 2022, with his wife Anaida Poilievre, shortly after winning the party's leadership on the first ballot with 68.15 per cent of the points. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY NEIL MOSS, STUART BENSON | September 11, 2022
News | BY NEIL MOSS, STUART BENSON | September 11, 2022
Veteran Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre, pictured on Sept. 10, 2022, with his wife Anaida Poilievre, shortly after winning the party's leadership on the first ballot with 68.15 per cent of the points. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 7, 2022
The ballots have poured in to Ottawa and those in the running to be the Conservative Party leader—Conservative MPs Pierre Poilievre, left, and Leslyn Lewis, former Quebec premier Jean Charest, former Ontario MPP Roman Baber, and Conservative MP Scott Aitchison—await the Sept. 10 unveiling of the votes. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia, and handouts
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 7, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 7, 2022
The ballots have poured in to Ottawa and those in the running to be the Conservative Party leader—Conservative MPs Pierre Poilievre, left, and Leslyn Lewis, former Quebec premier Jean Charest, former Ontario MPP Roman Baber, and Conservative MP Scott Aitchison—await the Sept. 10 unveiling of the votes. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia, and handouts
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 5, 2022
With the Coalition Avenir Québec's François Legault polling higher than both of his party's closest two rivals combined, the CAQ is expected to take a second majority government on Oct. 3. The Hill Times file photograph
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 5, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 5, 2022
With the Coalition Avenir Québec's François Legault polling higher than both of his party's closest two rivals combined, the CAQ is expected to take a second majority government on Oct. 3. The Hill Times file photograph
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 23, 2022
RCMP officers direct asylum seekers from an irregular border crossing at Roxham Road in Quebec in August 2017. In 2019-20, the Canada Border Services Agency detained 8,825 people, including 1,932 in provincial jails, according to a report by Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International, who launched a campaign urging provinces and the federal government to end the practice. Wikimedia Commons photograph courtesy of Daniel Case
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 23, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 23, 2022
RCMP officers direct asylum seekers from an irregular border crossing at Roxham Road in Quebec in August 2017. In 2019-20, the Canada Border Services Agency detained 8,825 people, including 1,932 in provincial jails, according to a report by Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International, who launched a campaign urging provinces and the federal government to end the practice. Wikimedia Commons photograph courtesy of Daniel Case
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 22, 2022
Trudo Lemmens, a University of Toronto Scholl Chair in Health Law and Policy, has testified before Parliament's special joint committee on medical assistance in dying and says he's concerned by the 'hostile' attitude he and his other colleagues have experienced while providing testimony critical of the current legislation and the planned expansion to Canadians solely diagnosed with a mental illness next year. Screenshot courtesy of ParlVu
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 22, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 22, 2022
Trudo Lemmens, a University of Toronto Scholl Chair in Health Law and Policy, has testified before Parliament's special joint committee on medical assistance in dying and says he's concerned by the 'hostile' attitude he and his other colleagues have experienced while providing testimony critical of the current legislation and the planned expansion to Canadians solely diagnosed with a mental illness next year. Screenshot courtesy of ParlVu
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 17, 2022
The United People of Canada's 'private security force' is fully compliant with the law, according to the organization's director William Komer, who said that the security guards would have the 'right to arrest' those suspected of trespassing at St. Brigid's Church, which they're in the process of buying. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 17, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 17, 2022
The United People of Canada's 'private security force' is fully compliant with the law, according to the organization's director William Komer, who said that the security guards would have the 'right to arrest' those suspected of trespassing at St. Brigid's Church, which they're in the process of buying. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 15, 2022
Canada's four biggest oil companies reported over $12-billion in combined profits for the second quarter of 2022, a nearly threefold increase from the same time last year. Environmentalists argue the oil and gas companies don't need more time to meet the government's emission reduction goals. Alberta's oil sands, pictured, circa 2008. Photograph courtesy of Jake Wright
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 15, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 15, 2022
Canada's four biggest oil companies reported over $12-billion in combined profits for the second quarter of 2022, a nearly threefold increase from the same time last year. Environmentalists argue the oil and gas companies don't need more time to meet the government's emission reduction goals. Alberta's oil sands, pictured, circa 2008. Photograph courtesy of Jake Wright
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 10, 2022
Conservative MP and leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre, pictured on stage during a rally in Ottawa on March 31. According to Elections Canada's numbers, Poilievre raised a total of $4,042,717 during the second quarter of 2022, coming close to the Conservative Party's total haul of $4,431,464 for the same period. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 10, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 10, 2022
Conservative MP and leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre, pictured on stage during a rally in Ottawa on March 31. According to Elections Canada's numbers, Poilievre raised a total of $4,042,717 during the second quarter of 2022, coming close to the Conservative Party's total haul of $4,431,464 for the same period. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY JESSE CNOCKAERT, STUART BENSON | August 8, 2022
These are the teams that will be taking Pierre Poilievre, left, Leslyn Lewis, Jean Charest, and Roman Baber into the final stretch of the Conservative Leadership race. Scott Aitchison did not respond to The Hill Times by publication deadline. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY JESSE CNOCKAERT, STUART BENSON | August 8, 2022
News | BY JESSE CNOCKAERT, STUART BENSON | August 8, 2022
These are the teams that will be taking Pierre Poilievre, left, Leslyn Lewis, Jean Charest, and Roman Baber into the final stretch of the Conservative Leadership race. Scott Aitchison did not respond to The Hill Times by publication deadline. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 3, 2022
Canada’s chief public health officer, Dr. Theresa Tam, pictured during a December 2020 press conference, is urging those at the highest risk of the monkeypox virus—including gay, bisexual, and transgender men who have sex with men—to increase their uptake of the available vaccine and practice safer sex by limiting sexual partners. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 3, 2022
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 3, 2022
Canada’s chief public health officer, Dr. Theresa Tam, pictured during a December 2020 press conference, is urging those at the highest risk of the monkeypox virus—including gay, bisexual, and transgender men who have sex with men—to increase their uptake of the available vaccine and practice safer sex by limiting sexual partners. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade