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List | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | April 10, 2024
The West Block building, current home of the House of Commons, on Aug. 2, 2023. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
List | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | April 10, 2024
List | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | April 10, 2024
The West Block building, current home of the House of Commons, on Aug. 2, 2023. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne, left, and International Trade Minister Mary Ng, right, have been tapped to lead the 'Team Canada' U.S. engagement effort, with Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, centre, bringing her key D.C. links, having formerly been Ottawa's point person for the bilateral relationship. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne, left, and International Trade Minister Mary Ng, right, have been tapped to lead the 'Team Canada' U.S. engagement effort, with Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, centre, bringing her key D.C. links, having formerly been Ottawa's point person for the bilateral relationship. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
List | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | February 5, 2024
The West Block building, current home of the House of Commons, on Jan. 17, 2023. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
List | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | February 5, 2024
List | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | February 5, 2024
The West Block building, current home of the House of Commons, on Jan. 17, 2023. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
List | BY NEIL MOSS | December 13, 2023
Few committees have received the House's blessing to conduct planned and budgeted trips. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
List | BY NEIL MOSS | December 13, 2023
List | BY NEIL MOSS | December 13, 2023
Few committees have received the House's blessing to conduct planned and budgeted trips. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
List | BY JESSE CNOCKAERT | August 14, 2023
Some of this year's Politically Savvy winners, pictured, include best public speakers, best in Question Period, best in scrums, hardest-working MPs, best constituency MPs, most quotable, best to work for, most discreet, best sense of humour, hippest, and biggest self-promoters. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Sam Garcia
List | BY JESSE CNOCKAERT | August 14, 2023
List | BY JESSE CNOCKAERT | August 14, 2023
Some of this year's Politically Savvy winners, pictured, include best public speakers, best in Question Period, best in scrums, hardest-working MPs, best constituency MPs, most quotable, best to work for, most discreet, best sense of humour, hippest, and biggest self-promoters. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Sam Garcia
News | BY STUART BENSON | May 31, 2023
The Hill Times' top three Terrific 25 Staffers are: Katie Telford, chief of staff to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left; Jeff Jedras, assistant to Liberal MP Salma Zahid; and Wendy Wu, East Asian outreach, diversity, and inclusion adviser in the Liberal research bureau. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade and photographs courtesy of Jeff Jedras and Wendy Wu
News | BY STUART BENSON | May 31, 2023
News | BY STUART BENSON | May 31, 2023
The Hill Times' top three Terrific 25 Staffers are: Katie Telford, chief of staff to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left; Jeff Jedras, assistant to Liberal MP Salma Zahid; and Wendy Wu, East Asian outreach, diversity, and inclusion adviser in the Liberal research bureau. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade and photographs courtesy of Jeff Jedras and Wendy Wu
News | BY NEIL MOSS, CHELSEA NASH | March 22, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hosted European Union Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on March 7 in West Block. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY NEIL MOSS, CHELSEA NASH | March 22, 2023
News | BY NEIL MOSS, CHELSEA NASH | March 22, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hosted European Union Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on March 7 in West Block. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
List | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
The Politics and the Pen gala held inside the Fairmont Château Laurier Hotel ballroom in May 2022. The annual event brings out loads of lobbyists. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
List | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
List | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
The Politics and the Pen gala held inside the Fairmont Château Laurier Hotel ballroom in May 2022. The annual event brings out loads of lobbyists. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
News | BY JESSE CNOCKAERT, STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne was the top-lobbied cabinet minister in 2022. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY JESSE CNOCKAERT, STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
News | BY JESSE CNOCKAERT, STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne was the top-lobbied cabinet minister in 2022. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
List | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne and Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson fielded the most lobbying activity in 2022, each clocking more than 200 mentions in the lobbying registry. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
List | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
List | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne and Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson fielded the most lobbying activity in 2022, each clocking more than 200 mentions in the lobbying registry. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
List | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
Liberal MPs Julie Dabrusin, left, Francesco Sorbara, and Francis Drouin are among the most-lobbied public office holders in 2022. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia
List | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
List | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
Liberal MPs Julie Dabrusin, left, Francesco Sorbara, and Francis Drouin are among the most-lobbied public office holders in 2022. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia
List | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
House of Commons
The House of Commons, including MPs and their staff, is always the most-lobbied organization every year.
List | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
List | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
House of Commons
The House of Commons, including MPs and their staff, is always the most-lobbied organization every year.
List | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault speaks with media on Parliament Hill about the federal carbon pricing system alongside Labour Minister Seamus O'Regan on Nov. 22, 2022. The environment was the most-discussed lobbying topic in 2022, with influencers logging 5,528 communications on the subject. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
List | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
List | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | March 20, 2023
Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault speaks with media on Parliament Hill about the federal carbon pricing system alongside Labour Minister Seamus O'Regan on Nov. 22, 2022. The environment was the most-discussed lobbying topic in 2022, with influencers logging 5,528 communications on the subject. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
List | BY THE HILL TIMES STAFF | February 7, 2023
Pierre Poilievre, pictured on Sept. 10, 2022, following his leadership win, will need to target the 24 ridings the Conservatives lost by the lowest vote counts in 2021, according to political observers. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
List | BY THE HILL TIMES STAFF | February 7, 2023
List | BY THE HILL TIMES STAFF | February 7, 2023
Pierre Poilievre, pictured on Sept. 10, 2022, following his leadership win, will need to target the 24 ridings the Conservatives lost by the lowest vote counts in 2021, according to political observers. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
This year’s most influential list is peppered with the politicians, political staffers and strategists, public servants, and media who help shape policy, hold the government to account, and wield influence behind the scenes. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia, handouts, and photo illustration by Serena Masonde
This year’s most influential list is peppered with the politicians, political staffers and strategists, public servants, and media who help shape policy, hold the government to account, and wield influence behind the scenes. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia, handouts, and photo illustration by Serena Masonde
List | BY KATE MALLOY | December 19, 2022
List | BY KATE MALLOY | December 19, 2022
List | BY KATE MALLOY | December 19, 2022
List | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | August 3, 2022
PMO chief of staff Katie Telford, left, ranked No. 1 on this year's Terrific 25 Staffers list, followed by NDP senior lobby officer Anthony Salloum in second, and Liberal assistant Jeff Jedras in third. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and photograph courtesy of Facebook
List | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | August 3, 2022
List | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | August 3, 2022
PMO chief of staff Katie Telford, left, ranked No. 1 on this year's Terrific 25 Staffers list, followed by NDP senior lobby officer Anthony Salloum in second, and Liberal assistant Jeff Jedras in third. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and photograph courtesy of Facebook
List | June 22, 2022
Conservative leadership candidates Pierre Poilievre, clockwise from top left, Leslyn Lewis, Jean Charest, Scott Aitchison, Patrick Brown, and Roman Baber. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia, and handouts
List | June 22, 2022
List | June 22, 2022
Conservative leadership candidates Pierre Poilievre, clockwise from top left, Leslyn Lewis, Jean Charest, Scott Aitchison, Patrick Brown, and Roman Baber. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia, and handouts
News | BY NEIL MOSS | March 16, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Defence Minister Anita Anand, Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly, and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland have been front and centre as Canada responds to Russia's war on Ukraine. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY NEIL MOSS | March 16, 2022
News | BY NEIL MOSS | March 16, 2022
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Defence Minister Anita Anand, Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly, and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland have been front and centre as Canada responds to Russia's war on Ukraine. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
List | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | January 31, 2022
List | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | January 31, 2022
List | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | January 31, 2022
List | BY THE HILL TIMES STAFF | September 30, 2021
Clockwise from top left, Conservatives Randy Hoback, Arnold Viersen, and Rosemarie Falk, New Democrats Taylor Bachrach and Niki Ashton, Bloc Marilène Gill, and Liberals Michael McLeod and Terry Sheehan are among the 50 elected MPs who have former residential schools in their ridings. The Hill Times Photographs by Andrew Meade, file, courtesy of the House of Commons
List | BY THE HILL TIMES STAFF | September 30, 2021
List | BY THE HILL TIMES STAFF | September 30, 2021
Clockwise from top left, Conservatives Randy Hoback, Arnold Viersen, and Rosemarie Falk, New Democrats Taylor Bachrach and Niki Ashton, Bloc Marilène Gill, and Liberals Michael McLeod and Terry Sheehan are among the 50 elected MPs who have former residential schools in their ridings. The Hill Times Photographs by Andrew Meade, file, courtesy of the House of Commons
News | BY THE HILL TIMES STAFF | September 17, 2021
News | BY THE HILL TIMES STAFF | September 17, 2021
News | BY THE HILL TIMES STAFF | September 17, 2021
News | BY THE HILL TIMES STAFF | September 16, 2021
News | BY THE HILL TIMES STAFF | September 16, 2021
News | BY THE HILL TIMES STAFF | September 16, 2021
News | BY SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN | September 2, 2021
Almost two dozen former MPs are running again this election. From top left: Liberal candidates Randy Boissonault and John Aldag; NDP candidates Ruth Ellen Brosseau, Tracey Ramsey, and Wayne Stetski; Liberal candidate Doug Eyolfson, and Conservative candidates Costas Menegakis and Alupa Clarke. The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia, Andrew Meade, Jake Wright; courtesy of Twitter, Facebook
News | BY SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN | September 2, 2021
News | BY SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN | September 2, 2021
Almost two dozen former MPs are running again this election. From top left: Liberal candidates Randy Boissonault and John Aldag; NDP candidates Ruth Ellen Brosseau, Tracey Ramsey, and Wayne Stetski; Liberal candidate Doug Eyolfson, and Conservative candidates Costas Menegakis and Alupa Clarke. The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia, Andrew Meade, Jake Wright; courtesy of Twitter, Facebook
News | BY SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN | August 25, 2021
Some members of Justin Trudeau’s cabinet, pictured from left, won by razor-thin margins, including Jean-Yves Duclos, Deb Schulte, and Diane Lebouthillier. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN | August 25, 2021
News | BY SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN | August 25, 2021
Some members of Justin Trudeau’s cabinet, pictured from left, won by razor-thin margins, including Jean-Yves Duclos, Deb Schulte, and Diane Lebouthillier. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Conservative MP Nelly Shin, left, and Liberal MPs Majid Jowhari, Jean-Yves Duclos, and Soraya Martinez won their ridings in the last federal election by razor-thin margins. Ms. Shin carried her riding by a 0.3 per cent margin, Mr. Jowhari by 0.4 per cent, Mr. Duclos by 0.6 per cent, and Ms. Martinez by 0.7 per cent. The Hill Times file photographs
News | August 20, 2021
Conservative MP Nelly Shin, left, and Liberal MPs Majid Jowhari, Jean-Yves Duclos, and Soraya Martinez won their ridings in the last federal election by razor-thin margins. Ms. Shin carried her riding by a 0.3 per cent margin, Mr. Jowhari by 0.4 per cent, Mr. Duclos by 0.6 per cent, and Ms. Martinez by 0.7 per cent. The Hill Times file photographs
News | August 17, 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Aug. 15 at Rideau Hall. The Liberals have some work to do if they want to win more than a dozen rural ridings that may have cost them their majority government in 2019, say pollsters. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | August 17, 2021
News | August 17, 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Aug. 15 at Rideau Hall. The Liberals have some work to do if they want to win more than a dozen rural ridings that may have cost them their majority government in 2019, say pollsters. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | August 17, 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pictured at the Jan. 23, 2020 caucus meeting in Ottawa. The Liberal Party could win a majority government in the next election if they win 13 suburban ridings decided by the closest margins in 2019. The Liberals won 10 of these 13 ridings in the 2015 election. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | August 17, 2021
News | August 17, 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pictured at the Jan. 23, 2020 caucus meeting in Ottawa. The Liberal Party could win a majority government in the next election if they win 13 suburban ridings decided by the closest margins in 2019. The Liberals won 10 of these 13 ridings in the 2015 election. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN | August 17, 2021
News | BY SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN | August 17, 2021
News | BY SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN | August 17, 2021
List | BY SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN | August 17, 2021
A selection or the MPs not running in the next election: Bloc MP Louise Charbonneau, top left, Conservative MP Peter Kent, Conservative MP David Sweet, Liberal MP Bob Bratina, Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna, Conservative MP Steve Blaney, Liberal MP Lyne Bessette, NDP MP Mumilaaq Qaqqaq, Bloc MP Simon Marcil, Conservative MP Phil McColeman, Liberal MP Navdeep Bains; and Liberal MP Geoff Regan, above left, Liberal MP Pat Finnigan, NDP MP Scott Duvall, Liberal MP Kate Young, Liberal MP Paul Lefebvre, NDP MP Jack Harris, Conservative MP Tom Lukiwski, Conservative MP Cathy McLeod, Independent MP Jody Wilson-Raybould, Liberal MP Wayne Easter, and Conservative MP Bruce Stanton. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia, and courtesy of Liberal and Bloc Québécois parties
List | BY SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN | August 17, 2021
List | BY SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN | August 17, 2021
A selection or the MPs not running in the next election: Bloc MP Louise Charbonneau, top left, Conservative MP Peter Kent, Conservative MP David Sweet, Liberal MP Bob Bratina, Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna, Conservative MP Steve Blaney, Liberal MP Lyne Bessette, NDP MP Mumilaaq Qaqqaq, Bloc MP Simon Marcil, Conservative MP Phil McColeman, Liberal MP Navdeep Bains; and Liberal MP Geoff Regan, above left, Liberal MP Pat Finnigan, NDP MP Scott Duvall, Liberal MP Kate Young, Liberal MP Paul Lefebvre, NDP MP Jack Harris, Conservative MP Tom Lukiwski, Conservative MP Cathy McLeod, Independent MP Jody Wilson-Raybould, Liberal MP Wayne Easter, and Conservative MP Bruce Stanton. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia, and courtesy of Liberal and Bloc Québécois parties
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Aug. 15, led his party to a victory in 2019, but 34 of the seats it won in 2015 flipped to opposition parties in the last election. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
News | BY SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN | August 16, 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Aug. 15, led his party to a victory in 2019, but 34 of the seats it won in 2015 flipped to opposition parties in the last election. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
List | July 28, 2021
List | July 28, 2021
List | July 28, 2021
List | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | February 5, 2018
List | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | February 5, 2018
List | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | February 5, 2018
News | BY RACHEL AIELLO | April 24, 2017
News | BY RACHEL AIELLO | April 24, 2017
News | BY RACHEL AIELLO | April 24, 2017
Opinion | BY RACHEL AIELLO | April 24, 2017
Opinion | BY RACHEL AIELLO | April 24, 2017
Opinion | BY RACHEL AIELLO | April 24, 2017
List | BY RACHEL AIELLO | January 9, 2017
List | BY RACHEL AIELLO | January 9, 2017
List | BY RACHEL AIELLO | January 9, 2017
List | BY RACHEL AIELLO | March 21, 2016
List | BY RACHEL AIELLO | March 21, 2016
List | BY RACHEL AIELLO | March 21, 2016