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U.S. Embassy brings bayou to Bytown for Fourth of July

Feature|By Aidan Chamandy
Though U.S. Ambassador Kelly Craft was in Calgary, the U.S. Embassy's Fourth of July party was still filled with food and fun.
Feature|By Mike Lapointe
The prime minister opened up his backyard for one last shindig before politicians and journalists gear up for what's going to be a busy summer.
Feature|By Aidan Chamandy
The Hill Times' annual Party on the Hill brought politicos together for the last big party before the October election.
Feature|By Aidan Chamandy
The 2019 Labatt Election Brew Off was held at the National Arts Centre in support of Equal Voice. Labatt donated $25,000 to Equal Voice in honour of Liberal MP Nick Whalen's winning Belgian Wit beer.
Feature|Emily Haws

‘We miss you so much’: celebration of life for Gord Brown brings together politicos from all sides

Conservative MP Gord Brown had a heart attack in his office on May 2, 2018, dying shortly thereafter. He was 57.
Feature|Emily Haws

Women on the Hill reception elegant, empowering, and filled with politicos

NDP MP Niki Ashton and her partner, Bruce Moncur, had their arms full with their one-year-old twins, Leonidas and Stephanos, winning over the hearts of anyone around them.
Feature|Emily Haws

Daughters of the Vote, Camp Day on the Hill festivities include selfies, s’mores, and a lot of Parliamentarians

Jody Wilson-Raybould, who was expelled from the Liberal caucus April 11, had a line-up of supporters at the Daughters of the Vote welcome reception that day, although other Parliamentarians were also popular.
Feature|Emily Haws

No snow pants allowed: here’s your guide to the hottest winter and spring shindigs

From a post-budget shindig to the exclusive Politics and the Pen gala, there are lots of opportunities to get out your fanciest suit or dress.
Party Central
Feature|Emily Haws

Chicken Farmers party with Olympians, while MacAulay celebrates 30 years, and Newfoundland Shed shindig draws hundreds

Now-retired Rio Olympic swimmers Brittany McLean and Hillary Caldwell were at the Chicken Farmers' event, promoting a partnership between the Chicken Farmers and Swimming Canada.
Feature|Emily Haws

Nathan Cullen wins Maclean’s Parliamentarian of the Year, NDP caucus cheers loudly; Dewar tells parties to ‘put our swords down’

Meanwhile, 47 college students showed off their applied research projects at the annual Colleges and Institutes Canada's annual student showcase.
Feature|Emily Haws

You Are Here: A Come from Away Story premiere brings a slice of Newfoundland to the national capital region

The documentary You Are Here: A Come From Away story tells the tales of the people behind the hit Broadway musical.
Feature|Emily Haws

Liberals celebrate 25th anniversary of Chrétien’s 1993 win at former PM’s book launch, and later at a party

The book, My Stories, My Times, was mostly written by hand, former PM Jean Chrétien told the crowd at his book launch event Oct. 25.
Feature|Emily Haws

Diana Ross helps raise more than $780,000 at this year’s glitzy NAC Gala

Sparkles and satin were on display as guests dressed in their best to see the Motown Queen perform Oct. 3.
Feature|Emily Haws

Hillites say farewell to The Globe’s Laura Stone

About 30 people stopped by Brixton's pub on Sept. 26 to wish Laura Stone well as she heads to Toronto to cover Ontario's provincial legislature.
Feature|Emily Haws

Yeehaw! Hillites don plaid and boots for Political Party fundraiser

Bruce Anderson’s crew kept with the usual country theme for their annual Blacksheep Inn hoedown, this time raising more than $200,00 for a new political journalism internship.
Feature|Emily Haws

GRIC announces new school ties at colourful back-to-Parliament bash

Government relations pros turned out to Tavern on the Hill on Sept. 13 for heat, hot dogs, and hops.
Feature|Emily Haws

Shine your dancin’ shoes: here’s your guide to the fall’s hottest shindigs

On this fall's to-attend list: the Political Party, the NAC Gala, Canada's Great Kitchen Party, and the return of Harvest Noir.
Feature|Shruti Shekar

The week of France: hundreds of partygoers flock the embassy for Bastille Day, World Cup

The French Embassy opened its doors to hundreds over the course of the week for two Bastille Day events and a viewing of France's winning World Cup final match.
Feature|Shruti Shekar

U.S. embassy draws about 1,000 party-goers to Fourth of July bash

Despite threats of a boycott, many Canadian politicos showed up to the party. 'We should come here. We don’t have control over what the U.S. does or does not do; we only have control of how we present ourselves,' said Senator Michael MacDonald.
Feature|Shruti Shekar

Press gallery members schmooze, bhangra, and laugh at annual dinner

NDP leader Jagmeet Singh, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer didn't hold back on jokes about the media or from making fun of each other.

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