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News | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | February 19, 2024
NDP MP Lisa Marie Barron, centre, pictured with NDP MP Daniel Blaikie, left, and Green MP Mike Morrice, said she had mixed feelings about the defeat of her motion on a citizens' assembly for electoral reform, noting that 'we have Members of Parliament across party lines who are agreeing that this is an issue that needs to be prioritized.' Photograph courtesy of X
News | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | February 19, 2024
News | BY STEPHEN JEFFERY | February 19, 2024
NDP MP Lisa Marie Barron, centre, pictured with NDP MP Daniel Blaikie, left, and Green MP Mike Morrice, said she had mixed feelings about the defeat of her motion on a citizens' assembly for electoral reform, noting that 'we have Members of Parliament across party lines who are agreeing that this is an issue that needs to be prioritized.' Photograph courtesy of X
Opinion | BY B. THOMAS HALL | February 12, 2024
Any electoral reform must be designed to benefit voters without regard to partisanship, writes B. Thomas Hall. Pexels photograph by Edmond Dantès
Opinion | BY B. THOMAS HALL | February 12, 2024
Opinion | BY B. THOMAS HALL | February 12, 2024
Any electoral reform must be designed to benefit voters without regard to partisanship, writes B. Thomas Hall. Pexels photograph by Edmond Dantès
News | BY JESSE CNOCKAERT | February 12, 2024
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre has been clear about four priorities in advance of the federal election, which are building more homes, axing the carbon tax, fighting crime and fixing the budget, according to lobbyists. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY JESSE CNOCKAERT | February 12, 2024
News | BY JESSE CNOCKAERT | February 12, 2024
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre has been clear about four priorities in advance of the federal election, which are building more homes, axing the carbon tax, fighting crime and fixing the budget, according to lobbyists. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
NDP MP Lisa Marie Barron’s M-86 provides an opportunity for Canada to demonstrate pro-democracy leadership on the world stage while building a more accountable democratic culture in Canada, write Beatrice Wayne, Sabreena Delhon, and Anita Nickerson. Unsplash photograph by Glen Carrie
NDP MP Lisa Marie Barron’s M-86 provides an opportunity for Canada to demonstrate pro-democracy leadership on the world stage while building a more accountable democratic culture in Canada, write Beatrice Wayne, Sabreena Delhon, and Anita Nickerson. Unsplash photograph by Glen Carrie
News | BY ABBAS RANA | February 5, 2024
B.C. Liberal MP John Aldag is in 'very preliminary' conversations with provincial New Democrats to run in the fall general election. Photograph courtesy of JohnAldagMP.ca
News | BY ABBAS RANA | February 5, 2024
News | BY ABBAS RANA | February 5, 2024
B.C. Liberal MP John Aldag is in 'very preliminary' conversations with provincial New Democrats to run in the fall general election. Photograph courtesy of JohnAldagMP.ca
News | BY ABBAS RANA, STUART BENSON | February 5, 2024
The Conservative caucus, pictured in November 2023. Any incumbent Conservative MP whose riding has changed by 25 per cent or more will have to go through the nomination contest, say Conservative sources. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA, STUART BENSON | February 5, 2024
News | BY ABBAS RANA, STUART BENSON | February 5, 2024
The Conservative caucus, pictured in November 2023. Any incumbent Conservative MP whose riding has changed by 25 per cent or more will have to go through the nomination contest, say Conservative sources. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY EDITORIAL | February 5, 2024
Commissioner Marie-Josée Hogue presides over the Public Inquiry into Foreign Interference. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY EDITORIAL | February 5, 2024
Opinion | BY EDITORIAL | February 5, 2024
Commissioner Marie-Josée Hogue presides over the Public Inquiry into Foreign Interference. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | January 31, 2024
Commissioner Justice Marie-Josée Hogue presides over the public inquiry into foreign interference at Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa on Jan. 29, where she says her goal is to uncover the truth, 'whatever it may be,' and reveal 'as much as possible' of that truth to the public. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | January 31, 2024
News | BY STUART BENSON | January 31, 2024
Commissioner Justice Marie-Josée Hogue presides over the public inquiry into foreign interference at Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa on Jan. 29, where she says her goal is to uncover the truth, 'whatever it may be,' and reveal 'as much as possible' of that truth to the public. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ANDREW GRIFFITH | January 22, 2024
Immigration Minister Marc Miller, pictured on the Hill on Oct. 16, 2023. The federal government recently announced that after increasing its annual immigration targets, it will now hold it at an estimated 500,000 new permanent residents in 2026. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ANDREW GRIFFITH | January 22, 2024
Opinion | BY ANDREW GRIFFITH | January 22, 2024
Immigration Minister Marc Miller, pictured on the Hill on Oct. 16, 2023. The federal government recently announced that after increasing its annual immigration targets, it will now hold it at an estimated 500,000 new permanent residents in 2026. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | January 17, 2024
Sen. Yuen Pau Woo says attempts to revoke his status as an intervenor over unsubstantiated allegations only prove the ‘hysteria’ over foreign interference fuelled by irresponsible media reports. The Hill Times photographs by Jake Wright and Andrew Meade, and photograph courtesy of X
News | BY STUART BENSON | January 17, 2024
News | BY STUART BENSON | January 17, 2024
Sen. Yuen Pau Woo says attempts to revoke his status as an intervenor over unsubstantiated allegations only prove the ‘hysteria’ over foreign interference fuelled by irresponsible media reports. The Hill Times photographs by Jake Wright and Andrew Meade, and photograph courtesy of X
News | BY ABBAS RANA | January 8, 2024
So far, 14 MPs have decided not to run again: Liberal MPs Carolyn Bennett, top left, Helena Jaczek, Joyce Murray, Omar Alghabra, Anthony Rota, Wayne Long, Lloyd Longfield, Emmanuel Dubourg, above left, Ken Hardie and Churence Rogers; Conservative MP Ron Liepert, Ind. MP Alain Rayes, NDP MP Richard Cannings, and NDP MP Randall Garrison. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade; photos courtesy of the House of Commons
News | BY ABBAS RANA | January 8, 2024
News | BY ABBAS RANA | January 8, 2024
So far, 14 MPs have decided not to run again: Liberal MPs Carolyn Bennett, top left, Helena Jaczek, Joyce Murray, Omar Alghabra, Anthony Rota, Wayne Long, Lloyd Longfield, Emmanuel Dubourg, above left, Ken Hardie and Churence Rogers; Conservative MP Ron Liepert, Ind. MP Alain Rayes, NDP MP Richard Cannings, and NDP MP Randall Garrison. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade; photos courtesy of the House of Commons
News | BY ABBAS RANA, STEPHEN JEFFERY | December 18, 2023
The riding of Toronto-St. Paul's has opened up after the resignation of Liberal MP Carolyn Bennett. She resigned from her seat last week after representing the riding for 26 years. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA, STEPHEN JEFFERY | December 18, 2023
News | BY ABBAS RANA, STEPHEN JEFFERY | December 18, 2023
The riding of Toronto-St. Paul's has opened up after the resignation of Liberal MP Carolyn Bennett. She resigned from her seat last week after representing the riding for 26 years. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | December 11, 2023
Attorney General Arif Virani, left, has become a party in a case regarding how federal political parties use voters’ data. The Privy Council Office said it’s involved in this decision because the Canada Elections Act falls under the portfolio of Democratic Institutions Minister Dominic LeBlanc, right. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | December 11, 2023
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | December 11, 2023
Attorney General Arif Virani, left, has become a party in a case regarding how federal political parties use voters’ data. The Privy Council Office said it’s involved in this decision because the Canada Elections Act falls under the portfolio of Democratic Institutions Minister Dominic LeBlanc, right. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | December 11, 2023
Chief Electoral Officer Stéphane Perrault, pictured in this file photo. Elections Canada is currently looking for suitable voting locations just in case one is called in the new year, confirmed Matthew McKenna, a spokesman for Elections Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | December 11, 2023
News | BY ABBAS RANA | December 11, 2023
Chief Electoral Officer Stéphane Perrault, pictured in this file photo. Elections Canada is currently looking for suitable voting locations just in case one is called in the new year, confirmed Matthew McKenna, a spokesman for Elections Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY NEIL MOSS | November 15, 2023
Federal leaders, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May, have spent the last several months contesting domestic issues, but the Israel-Hamas war has put foreign policy at centre stage. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY NEIL MOSS | November 15, 2023
News | BY NEIL MOSS | November 15, 2023
Federal leaders, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May, have spent the last several months contesting domestic issues, but the Israel-Hamas war has put foreign policy at centre stage. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 18, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau holds a press conference on Aug. 23 in Charlottetown, P.E.I., where he touted the federal carbon tax and rebate regime, which has increasingly become a point of vulnerability in the Liberals' polling in the region, creating friction and dissent amongst its Atlantic caucus. The Hill Times photograph by Laura Ryckewaert
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 18, 2023
News | BY STUART BENSON | October 18, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau holds a press conference on Aug. 23 in Charlottetown, P.E.I., where he touted the federal carbon tax and rebate regime, which has increasingly become a point of vulnerability in the Liberals' polling in the region, creating friction and dissent amongst its Atlantic caucus. The Hill Times photograph by Laura Ryckewaert
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 16, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses the national Liberal caucus on Jan. 27, 2023. Incumbent MPs want to know what the nomination rules will be for held ridings if the next election happens after April 1, 2024. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 16, 2023
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 16, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses the national Liberal caucus on Jan. 27, 2023. Incumbent MPs want to know what the nomination rules will be for held ridings if the next election happens after April 1, 2024. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 9, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Oct. 4, 2023, on the Hill. The next election will be a referendum on Trudeau's leadership and governance record, says Darrell Bricker, CEO of Ipsos Public Affairs. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 9, 2023
News | BY ABBAS RANA | October 9, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Oct. 4, 2023, on the Hill. The next election will be a referendum on Trudeau's leadership and governance record, says Darrell Bricker, CEO of Ipsos Public Affairs. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY TOM CORMIER | September 15, 2023
Sept. 15 is recognized as the International Day of Democracy. Now more than ever, global democracy needs international support, writes Tom Cormier. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY TOM CORMIER | September 15, 2023
Opinion | BY TOM CORMIER | September 15, 2023
Sept. 15 is recognized as the International Day of Democracy. Now more than ever, global democracy needs international support, writes Tom Cormier. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 13, 2023
On Sept. 7, Public Safety Minister Dominic LeBlanc announced that the major federal parties had reached an agreement on the terms and commissioner for a public inquiry into foreign interference in Canadian elections. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 13, 2023
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | September 13, 2023
On Sept. 7, Public Safety Minister Dominic LeBlanc announced that the major federal parties had reached an agreement on the terms and commissioner for a public inquiry into foreign interference in Canadian elections. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY TIM POWERS | September 13, 2023
When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shuffled his cabinet in July and then gathered them in P.E.I. in mid-August, there were a lot of crocodile tears about listening and recognizing how tough it was for people. But his audience has moved past words and seems to be longing for action, writes Tim Powers. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY TIM POWERS | September 13, 2023
Opinion | BY TIM POWERS | September 13, 2023
When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shuffled his cabinet in July and then gathered them in P.E.I. in mid-August, there were a lot of crocodile tears about listening and recognizing how tough it was for people. But his audience has moved past words and seems to be longing for action, writes Tim Powers. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 6, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks to the Young Liberals of Canada at the Liberal Party convention in Ottawa on May 4. Recent polling from Abacus and Nanos shows the Liberals trailing the Conservatives by 10 points among Gen Z and millennial voters. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 6, 2023
News | BY STUART BENSON | September 6, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks to the Young Liberals of Canada at the Liberal Party convention in Ottawa on May 4. Recent polling from Abacus and Nanos shows the Liberals trailing the Conservatives by 10 points among Gen Z and millennial voters. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 9, 2023
The Conservative Party, led by Pierre Poilievre, left, brought in almost $8-million in donations during the second quarter of 2023, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals trailing with just $3.2-million raised over the same period. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 9, 2023
News | BY STUART BENSON | August 9, 2023
The Conservative Party, led by Pierre Poilievre, left, brought in almost $8-million in donations during the second quarter of 2023, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals trailing with just $3.2-million raised over the same period. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | August 7, 2023
NDP MP Carol Hughes, left, and Liberal MPs Marc Serré, centre, and Michael Coteau all have legislative changes in their sights to improve the federal redistribution process and protect northern Ontario's seats. The Hill Times photographs by Cynthia Münster and Andrew Meade
News | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | August 7, 2023
News | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | August 7, 2023
NDP MP Carol Hughes, left, and Liberal MPs Marc Serré, centre, and Michael Coteau all have legislative changes in their sights to improve the federal redistribution process and protect northern Ontario's seats. The Hill Times photographs by Cynthia Münster and Andrew Meade
News | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | July 31, 2023
Reports with the final new riding boundaries for British Columbia and Alberta were tabled in the House of Commons on July 19. Alberta is adding three seats, while B.C. is adding one. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | July 31, 2023
News | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | July 31, 2023
Reports with the final new riding boundaries for British Columbia and Alberta were tabled in the House of Commons on July 19. Alberta is adding three seats, while B.C. is adding one. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | July 5, 2023
Bloc Québécois MP Kristina Michaud, left, Conservative MP Bernard Généreux, and Liberal National Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier have all expressed disappointment over the loss of a riding in eastern Quebec. The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia and Andrew Meade, and photograph courtesy of Facebook
News | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | July 5, 2023
News | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | July 5, 2023
Bloc Québécois MP Kristina Michaud, left, Conservative MP Bernard Généreux, and Liberal National Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier have all expressed disappointment over the loss of a riding in eastern Quebec. The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia and Andrew Meade, and photograph courtesy of Facebook
Opinion | BY NELSON WISEMAN | July 3, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, and Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre. By 2025, Trudeau will be at or near the decade ceiling. Unlike his father in 1980, there will be no comeback if he loses. We are in an era when major party leaders get one chance to win an election and if they fail, they're out, writes Nelson Wiseman. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY NELSON WISEMAN | July 3, 2023
Opinion | BY NELSON WISEMAN | July 3, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, and Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre. By 2025, Trudeau will be at or near the decade ceiling. Unlike his father in 1980, there will be no comeback if he loses. We are in an era when major party leaders get one chance to win an election and if they fail, they're out, writes Nelson Wiseman. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | June 28, 2023
Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc speaks with reporters on June 10, following the resignation of Special Rapporteur David Johnston. Three weeks later, Johnston has submitted his final report to the prime minister, but opposition parties have yet to agree on his replacement or terms for a potential public inquiry. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | June 28, 2023
News | BY STUART BENSON | June 28, 2023
Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc speaks with reporters on June 10, following the resignation of Special Rapporteur David Johnston. Three weeks later, Johnston has submitted his final report to the prime minister, but opposition parties have yet to agree on his replacement or terms for a potential public inquiry. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ABBAS RANA | June 26, 2023
Hamish Marshall, left, accused the Liberal candidate David Hilderley, right, of using ‘racist’ tactics against Conservative candidate Arpan Khanna, second from right, in the Oxford, Ont. byelection campaign. Deborah Tait, second from left, a municipal councillor in Woodstock, Ont. dismissed this allegation as “appalling and disgusting.” The Hill Times photographs and courtesy of Facebook, City of Woodstock, and Arpankhanna.ca
News | BY ABBAS RANA | June 26, 2023
News | BY ABBAS RANA | June 26, 2023
Hamish Marshall, left, accused the Liberal candidate David Hilderley, right, of using ‘racist’ tactics against Conservative candidate Arpan Khanna, second from right, in the Oxford, Ont. byelection campaign. Deborah Tait, second from left, a municipal councillor in Woodstock, Ont. dismissed this allegation as “appalling and disgusting.” The Hill Times photographs and courtesy of Facebook, City of Woodstock, and Arpankhanna.ca
Opinion | BY SHEILA COPPS | June 26, 2023
The four byelections on June 19 sent a change message, but it was targeted at Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, pictured, rather than the federal government, writes Sheila Copps. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY SHEILA COPPS | June 26, 2023
Opinion | BY SHEILA COPPS | June 26, 2023
The four byelections on June 19 sent a change message, but it was targeted at Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, pictured, rather than the federal government, writes Sheila Copps. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY BHAGWANT SANDHU | June 21, 2023
People's Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier is part of a far-right populism that is in serious decline, writes Bhagwant Sandhu. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY BHAGWANT SANDHU | June 21, 2023
Opinion | BY BHAGWANT SANDHU | June 21, 2023
People's Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier is part of a far-right populism that is in serious decline, writes Bhagwant Sandhu. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | June 21, 2023
Artificially generated images of Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, left, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau created by inputting their names into a free online AI tool. Though it has its upsides, AI can also be used to manipulate public opinion by disseminating misleading and false information at an alarming rate, says Ksenia Yadav. Images created with AI art generator neural.love
News | BY STUART BENSON | June 21, 2023
News | BY STUART BENSON | June 21, 2023
Artificially generated images of Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, left, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau created by inputting their names into a free online AI tool. Though it has its upsides, AI can also be used to manipulate public opinion by disseminating misleading and false information at an alarming rate, says Ksenia Yadav. Images created with AI art generator neural.love
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | June 20, 2023
Pierre Poilievre
There have been five byelections since Pierre Poilievre became Conservative leader, and the Liberal vote share has grown in three of them. It's a sign Poilievre needs to 'adjust' his approach for a general election, says pollster Greg Lyle. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | June 20, 2023
News | BY IAN CAMPBELL | June 20, 2023
Pierre Poilievre
There have been five byelections since Pierre Poilievre became Conservative leader, and the Liberal vote share has grown in three of them. It's a sign Poilievre needs to 'adjust' his approach for a general election, says pollster Greg Lyle. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ANDREW CADDELL | June 14, 2023
Among the candidates in the race for the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce –Westmount, Que., byelection are: New Democrat Jean-François Filion, left, Liberal Anna Gainey, Conservative Mathew Kaminski, the Bloc’s Laurence Massey, and Green Jonathan Pedneault. The Hill Times file photograph, handout photographs, and photograph courtesy of Facebook
Opinion | BY ANDREW CADDELL | June 14, 2023
Opinion | BY ANDREW CADDELL | June 14, 2023
Among the candidates in the race for the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce –Westmount, Que., byelection are: New Democrat Jean-François Filion, left, Liberal Anna Gainey, Conservative Mathew Kaminski, the Bloc’s Laurence Massey, and Green Jonathan Pedneault. The Hill Times file photograph, handout photographs, and photograph courtesy of Facebook
Opinion | BY SHARI GRAYDON | June 12, 2023
The increase in representation in the Alberta legislature rests entirely with Rachel Notley’s NDP opposition whose caucus is now 58 per cent women, in contrast to Premier Danielle Smith’s United Conservative Party’s 22 per cent, writes Shari Graydon. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY SHARI GRAYDON | June 12, 2023
Opinion | BY SHARI GRAYDON | June 12, 2023
The increase in representation in the Alberta legislature rests entirely with Rachel Notley’s NDP opposition whose caucus is now 58 per cent women, in contrast to Premier Danielle Smith’s United Conservative Party’s 22 per cent, writes Shari Graydon. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY STUART BENSON | June 7, 2023
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith, left, lost 14 ridings to the NDP led by Rachel Notley, centre, on May 29, but politicos say there’s still a high bar for federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, bottom right, to clear if he hopes to duplicate that success federally, especially if Conservative Pierre Poilievre, top right, is given room to define himself. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, file photograph, and courtesy of Dave Cournoyer/Flickr
News | BY STUART BENSON | June 7, 2023
News | BY STUART BENSON | June 7, 2023
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith, left, lost 14 ridings to the NDP led by Rachel Notley, centre, on May 29, but politicos say there’s still a high bar for federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, bottom right, to clear if he hopes to duplicate that success federally, especially if Conservative Pierre Poilievre, top right, is given room to define himself. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, file photograph, and courtesy of Dave Cournoyer/Flickr
Opinion | BY TIM POWERS | June 7, 2023
Special Rapporteur David Johnston is blatantly being used by the Liberals, Conservatives, and New Democrats to suit their own story lines. It would seem no one wants to dig deep into some of the information he has reported on, writes Tim Powers. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY TIM POWERS | June 7, 2023
Opinion | BY TIM POWERS | June 7, 2023
Special Rapporteur David Johnston is blatantly being used by the Liberals, Conservatives, and New Democrats to suit their own story lines. It would seem no one wants to dig deep into some of the information he has reported on, writes Tim Powers. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew M