Sep. 22, 2022
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Parliamentarians pay respect to Queen Elizabeth II in Ottawa
Queen Elizabeth’s last tour in Canada
Hill rally marks Ukrainian Independence Day
Beautiful arches of the Parliament Buildings
The dog days of summer
Belgium fêtes national day, Peru celebrates independence
Colombia puts on a show for its national day
Ottawans keeping cool in the city
Official visits to the Hill
Lawn Summer Nights returns
A look back at the WE Charity scandal
Canada Day comes back
Parliament Hill preps for Canada Day
U.S. Embassy showcases brotherly love
That’s a wrap, House adjourns for summer
Diplomatic Circles: India celebrates diamond anniversary
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Poilievre takes ‘clear line of attack’ on economy as Trudeau paints Conservative leader as ‘reckless’ in first QP showdown
News|By Ian Campbell and Kevin Philipupillai 9:10 PM ET
Strategists said the leaders sought to draw clear lines of contrast but the exchange mostly avoided personal attacks.
With little focus on foreign policy, Poilievre has ‘blank slate’ to craft platform, say experts
News|By Neil Moss
Pierre Poilievre rarely spotlighted foreign policy on the campaign trail, a ‘void’ he will now have to fill, says Fen Osler Hampson.
Cheese remains sticking point in U.K. trade talks as Brits want to maintain access
News|By Neil Moss
A Bloc bill to bar supply management concessions in trade negotiations could complicate Canada-U.K. trade talks.
Sports Minister St-Onge scores a new communications director
Feature|By Laura Ryckewaert
Plus, Fisheries Minister Joyce Murray is in want of a new press secretary, and Tyler Meredith will soon bid farewell to the Hill and Deputy PM Chrystia Freeland’s office.
RCMP’s penchant to ‘deny, discredit, and dig in’ contributing to erosion of public trust: NDP ethics critic
News|By Stuart Benson
‘We need to have a wholesale look at the RCMP and its expanded mandates over the last 40 years,’ says NDP MP Matthew Green.
Universities with expanded or refined online courses want more broadband access for students
News|By Jesse Cnockaert
In addition to improving broadband access across Canada, post-secondary leaders emphasized the need for the federal government to take action to help international students access visas in a timely manner.
Media must ‘prove its relevance’ by finding other ways to hold accountable politicians who won’t answer questions, say journalists
News|By Ian Campbell
Members of the press gallery say access to politicians is desirable, but they ‘are not reliant on access’ to do their jobs.
Queen Elizabeth played ‘irreplaceable role’ supporting Canada’s stability for seven decades, says Mulroney at commemoration
News|By Kevin Philipupillai
Cabinet ministers, MPs, diplomats, and other dignitaries gathered at Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa on Sept. 19 for a memorial service for the late monarch.
Expect nasty, divisive political ‘fist fight’ this fall between Poilievre and Trudeau, say political insiders
News|By Abbas Rana, Chelsea Nash
Liberals will take ‘whatever steps are necessary’ to protect the Liberal brand from Pierre Poilievre’s attacks, says Liberal MP Judy Sgro.
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