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FeatureBY STUART BENSON | April 17, 2024
City News’ Glen McGregor, left, freelance journalist Teresa Wright, and Marco Vigliotti, editor-in-chief for iPolitics Canada, at the post-budget reception hosted by iPolitics and Earnscliffe Strategies at the Métropolitain Brasserie on April 16. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | April 17, 2024
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | April 17, 2024
City News’ Glen McGregor, left, freelance journalist Teresa Wright, and Marco Vigliotti, editor-in-chief for iPolitics Canada, at the post-budget reception hosted by iPolitics and Earnscliffe Strategies at the Métropolitain Brasserie on April 16. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | April 15, 2024
StrategyCorp's Lisa Samson, left, Charles Lynch awardee Paul Wells, and Treasury Board President Anita Anand at the 2024 Parliamentary Press Gallery Dinner at the Sir John A. Macdonald Building on April 13. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | April 15, 2024
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | April 15, 2024
StrategyCorp's Lisa Samson, left, Charles Lynch awardee Paul Wells, and Treasury Board President Anita Anand at the 2024 Parliamentary Press Gallery Dinner at the Sir John A. Macdonald Building on April 13. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | April 11, 2024
Former Australian prime minister Tony Abbott, left, former British prime minister Boris Johnson open the Canada Strong and Free Conference at the Westin Hotel in Ottawa on April 10. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | April 11, 2024
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | April 11, 2024
Former Australian prime minister Tony Abbott, left, former British prime minister Boris Johnson open the Canada Strong and Free Conference at the Westin Hotel in Ottawa on April 10. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | April 1, 2024
Pavel Kolesnikov, the 2012 Honens Circle Laureate, warms up the ivories in the Jean Pigott Lounge at the Rideau Club in Ottawa on March 29. Photograph courtesy of Fred Chartrand
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | April 1, 2024
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | April 1, 2024
Pavel Kolesnikov, the 2012 Honens Circle Laureate, warms up the ivories in the Jean Pigott Lounge at the Rideau Club in Ottawa on March 29. Photograph courtesy of Fred Chartrand
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | March 22, 2024
Indonesian Ambassador Daniel Simanjuntak, left, Ambassador of Lithuania Darius Skusevičius, Irish Ambassador Eamonn McKee, and Ambassador of Belgium Patrick Van Gheel toast St. Patrick's Day at McKee's residence on March 20. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | March 22, 2024
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | March 22, 2024
Indonesian Ambassador Daniel Simanjuntak, left, Ambassador of Lithuania Darius Skusevičius, Irish Ambassador Eamonn McKee, and Ambassador of Belgium Patrick Van Gheel toast St. Patrick's Day at McKee's residence on March 20. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | March 14, 2024
Organ virtuoso Xaver Varnus, left, watches violinist Zoltán Schwartz's solo during a performance at the official residence of the Ambassador of Hungary Mária Vass-Salazar on March 12. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | March 14, 2024
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | March 14, 2024
Organ virtuoso Xaver Varnus, left, watches violinist Zoltán Schwartz's solo during a performance at the official residence of the Ambassador of Hungary Mária Vass-Salazar on March 12. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | March 7, 2024
The CPAC Brainiacs, the night's winning team featuring Andrew Thomson, left, Noah Richardson, Glen McInnis, Emily Haws, and Cameron Ryan, were crowned the biggest brains in the press gallery on March 5, during the third round of Politico Canada's inaugural Trivia Cup at the Métropolitain Brasserie. Photograph courtesy of Nick Taylor-Vaisey
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | March 7, 2024
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | March 7, 2024
The CPAC Brainiacs, the night's winning team featuring Andrew Thomson, left, Noah Richardson, Glen McInnis, Emily Haws, and Cameron Ryan, were crowned the biggest brains in the press gallery on March 5, during the third round of Politico Canada's inaugural Trivia Cup at the Métropolitain Brasserie. Photograph courtesy of Nick Taylor-Vaisey
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | March 1, 2024
PolySeSouvient’s Heidi Rathjen, left, and Parliamentary Secretary Pam Damoff at the NAWL 50th anniversary reception on Feb. 29, where Rathjen was awarded the inaugural Shirley Greenberg Award for Outstanding Leadership in Feminist Law Reform. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | March 1, 2024
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | March 1, 2024
PolySeSouvient’s Heidi Rathjen, left, and Parliamentary Secretary Pam Damoff at the NAWL 50th anniversary reception on Feb. 29, where Rathjen was awarded the inaugural Shirley Greenberg Award for Outstanding Leadership in Feminist Law Reform. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | February 15, 2024
Japan's Ambassador to Canada Kanji Yamanouchi speaks at the embassy's National Day and Emperor's birthday party celebrations at the Château Laurier on Feb. 13. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | February 15, 2024
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | February 15, 2024
Japan's Ambassador to Canada Kanji Yamanouchi speaks at the embassy's National Day and Emperor's birthday party celebrations at the Château Laurier on Feb. 13. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | February 8, 2024
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau poses for selfies after speaking at the official Black History Month Celebration at the Canadian Museum of History on Feb. 07, 2024. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | February 8, 2024
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | February 8, 2024
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau poses for selfies after speaking at the official Black History Month Celebration at the Canadian Museum of History on Feb. 07, 2024. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | February 7, 2024
Music Publishers Canada CEO Margaret McGuffin, left, Liberal MP Rob Oliphant, and Heritage Minister Pascale St-Onge attend the CMPA's Prime Time conference opening night reception on Jan 31. Photograph courtesy of the CMPA
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | February 7, 2024
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | February 7, 2024
Music Publishers Canada CEO Margaret McGuffin, left, Liberal MP Rob Oliphant, and Heritage Minister Pascale St-Onge attend the CMPA's Prime Time conference opening night reception on Jan 31. Photograph courtesy of the CMPA
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | February 1, 2024
U.S. Ambassador to Canada David Cohen, left, and Citizens' Services Minister Terry Beech at the ambassador's 'Toast to the New Year' reception on Jan. 31 at the official residence in Rockcliffe Park. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | February 1, 2024
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | February 1, 2024
U.S. Ambassador to Canada David Cohen, left, and Citizens' Services Minister Terry Beech at the ambassador's 'Toast to the New Year' reception on Jan. 31 at the official residence in Rockcliffe Park. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | January 26, 2024
Dance for Her organizer Heather Bakken of the Pendulum Group, right, alongside fellow organizers KAN Strategies' Greg MacEachern, left, and Deloitte Canada's Shannon Kot, announces the winning raffle ticket on Jan. 25, at the annual fundraiser in support of Ovarian Cancer Canada at the Métropolitain Brasserie. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | January 26, 2024
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | January 26, 2024
Dance for Her organizer Heather Bakken of the Pendulum Group, right, alongside fellow organizers KAN Strategies' Greg MacEachern, left, and Deloitte Canada's Shannon Kot, announces the winning raffle ticket on Jan. 25, at the annual fundraiser in support of Ovarian Cancer Canada at the Métropolitain Brasserie. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | December 22, 2023
KAN Strategies' Greg MacEachern, right, and local realtor Peggy Blair, second right, teamed up once again for Blair's annual 'Sock It to Christmas' donation drive on Dec. 20 at the Métropolitain Brasserie. Also pictured: interior design consultant Kelly Mounce, left, and journalist Joyce Napier. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | December 22, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | December 22, 2023
KAN Strategies' Greg MacEachern, right, and local realtor Peggy Blair, second right, teamed up once again for Blair's annual 'Sock It to Christmas' donation drive on Dec. 20 at the Métropolitain Brasserie. Also pictured: interior design consultant Kelly Mounce, left, and journalist Joyce Napier. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | December 18, 2023
The 20th Century Boys' Dave Fraser, left, on guitar; Richard Mahoney and Peter Van Dusen, lead guitar and vocals; Jonathan Cook, keyboard; Donovan Allen, drums; Kelly Craig, bass-guitar; Paul Adjelaian, trombone; Mike Martin, baritone saxophone, and Chris Gerdei trumpet, perform a sold-out Christmas charity concert on Dec. 14 at the Rainbow Bistro. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | December 18, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | December 18, 2023
The 20th Century Boys' Dave Fraser, left, on guitar; Richard Mahoney and Peter Van Dusen, lead guitar and vocals; Jonathan Cook, keyboard; Donovan Allen, drums; Kelly Craig, bass-guitar; Paul Adjelaian, trombone; Mike Martin, baritone saxophone, and Chris Gerdei trumpet, perform a sold-out Christmas charity concert on Dec. 14 at the Rainbow Bistro. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | December 8, 2023
Thomas Juneau, left, Chief of Defence Staff Gen. Wayne Eyre, Philippe Lagassé, and Srdjan Vucetic with copies of Juneau and Lagassé's book Canadian Defence Policy in Theory and Practice, Vol. 2 at its launch party at the Chateau Laurier on Dec. 6. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | December 8, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | December 8, 2023
Thomas Juneau, left, Chief of Defence Staff Gen. Wayne Eyre, Philippe Lagassé, and Srdjan Vucetic with copies of Juneau and Lagassé's book Canadian Defence Policy in Theory and Practice, Vol. 2 at its launch party at the Chateau Laurier on Dec. 6. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 24, 2023
Liberal MPs Angelo Iacono, far left, and Vance Badawey, far right, were on-board alongside Mario Péloquin, VIA Rail's new president and CEO, second left, and Françoise Bertrand, chair of VIA Rail's board of directors at the passenger rail company's VIP meet and greet in the Wellington Building on Nov. 21. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 24, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 24, 2023
Liberal MPs Angelo Iacono, far left, and Vance Badawey, far right, were on-board alongside Mario Péloquin, VIA Rail's new president and CEO, second left, and Françoise Bertrand, chair of VIA Rail's board of directors at the passenger rail company's VIP meet and greet in the Wellington Building on Nov. 21. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 10, 2023
Conservative MPs receive a ceremonial Bindi at the 23rd National Diwali Celebration on Nov. 9 at the Sir. John A. Macdonald building. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 10, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 10, 2023
Conservative MPs receive a ceremonial Bindi at the 23rd National Diwali Celebration on Nov. 9 at the Sir. John A. Macdonald building. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 3, 2023
Soprano Renée Fleming and the NAC orchestra, led by maestro Alexander Shelley, received one of four standing ovations at the 2023 NAC Gala on on Nov. 1. Photograph courtesy of the NAC
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 3, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | November 3, 2023
Soprano Renée Fleming and the NAC orchestra, led by maestro Alexander Shelley, received one of four standing ovations at the 2023 NAC Gala on on Nov. 1. Photograph courtesy of the NAC
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | October 27, 2023
Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAuley received a warm welcome from attendees upon arrival at the Canadian Federation of Agriculture's Hill Day Reception on Oct. 24. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | October 27, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | October 27, 2023
Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAuley received a warm welcome from attendees upon arrival at the Canadian Federation of Agriculture's Hill Day Reception on Oct. 24. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | October 5, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks at the One Alberta One Canada 'Alberta on the Hill' reception hosted by the Business Council of Alberta. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | October 5, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | October 5, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks at the One Alberta One Canada 'Alberta on the Hill' reception hosted by the Business Council of Alberta. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | September 29, 2023
Japan's Ambassador to Canada Kanji Yamanouchi shreds out a rendition of 'O Canada' to kick off the second annual Do It For Democracy reception hosted by the Parliamentary Centre and the British High Commissioner's residence on Sept. 26. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | September 29, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | September 29, 2023
Japan's Ambassador to Canada Kanji Yamanouchi shreds out a rendition of 'O Canada' to kick off the second annual Do It For Democracy reception hosted by the Parliamentary Centre and the British High Commissioner's residence on Sept. 26. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | September 25, 2023
Dozens of Young Liberals, staffers, and Carleton University students gathered at 3 Brewers in Ottawa to hear the would-be OLP leaders make their case for why they should be the one to take the reins of the party. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | September 25, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | September 25, 2023
Dozens of Young Liberals, staffers, and Carleton University students gathered at 3 Brewers in Ottawa to hear the would-be OLP leaders make their case for why they should be the one to take the reins of the party. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | September 8, 2023
Greg MacEachern, left, Navigator's Graham Fox, Dave Graham of St. FX, Team Rubicon's Paul McCarthy, and Anthony Caricato of the Speaker's office at the KAN Strategies kick-off reception at the Hyde Room on Sept. 6. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | September 8, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | September 8, 2023
Greg MacEachern, left, Navigator's Graham Fox, Dave Graham of St. FX, Team Rubicon's Paul McCarthy, and Anthony Caricato of the Speaker's office at the KAN Strategies kick-off reception at the Hyde Room on Sept. 6. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | July 18, 2023
French Ambassador Michel Miraillet, left, and Barbadian High Commissioner Gline Clarke enjoy a glass of champagne at the Bastille Day garden party on July 14 at the French Embassy in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | July 18, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | July 18, 2023
French Ambassador Michel Miraillet, left, and Barbadian High Commissioner Gline Clarke enjoy a glass of champagne at the Bastille Day garden party on July 14 at the French Embassy in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | July 6, 2023
Elmdale Lawn Bowling Club member Ken Waterman, left, provides some pre-match pointers to The Bowler Bears, Eric Gollinger, Alexis Small, Katie Vaughan, and Catherine MacDonald at Lawn Summer Nights, a fundraiser for Cystic Fibrosis Canada at the Elmdale Lawn Bowling Club in Ottawa on July 5, 2023. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | July 6, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | July 6, 2023
Elmdale Lawn Bowling Club member Ken Waterman, left, provides some pre-match pointers to The Bowler Bears, Eric Gollinger, Alexis Small, Katie Vaughan, and Catherine MacDonald at Lawn Summer Nights, a fundraiser for Cystic Fibrosis Canada at the Elmdale Lawn Bowling Club in Ottawa on July 5, 2023. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 21, 2023
The National Post's Ryan Tumilty, left, and Chris Nardi, right, presented John Ivision with a going-away care package at his farewell party on June 20 at the Métropolitain Brasserie, to help prepare him for his new role a Canadian diplomat's spouse in Costa Rica. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 21, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 21, 2023
The National Post's Ryan Tumilty, left, and Chris Nardi, right, presented John Ivision with a going-away care package at his farewell party on June 20 at the Métropolitain Brasserie, to help prepare him for his new role a Canadian diplomat's spouse in Costa Rica. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 19, 2023
The Nordic Midsummer Festival at the Swedish ambassador's residence on June 16 was co-hosted by the Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Icelandic, and Danish Embassies. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 19, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 19, 2023
The Nordic Midsummer Festival at the Swedish ambassador's residence on June 16 was co-hosted by the Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Icelandic, and Danish Embassies. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 16, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, centre, enjoys a cold Nita Biju IPA with David Schellenberg, left, of Operation Come Home; Tommy Desfossés, James Grant, Nita chief beer officer Andy Nita, and Sophie Grégoire Trudeau. Photograph courtesy of David Schellenberg
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 16, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 16, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, centre, enjoys a cold Nita Biju IPA with David Schellenberg, left, of Operation Come Home; Tommy Desfossés, James Grant, Nita chief beer officer Andy Nita, and Sophie Grégoire Trudeau. Photograph courtesy of David Schellenberg
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 12, 2023
Howard Njoo, deputy chief public health officer at the Public Health Agency of Canada, left; CTV's Joyce Napier; and Global News' Mackenzie Gray at the 2023 Parliamentary Press Gallery Dinner on June 10 at the Canadian Museum of History. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 12, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 12, 2023
Howard Njoo, deputy chief public health officer at the Public Health Agency of Canada, left; CTV's Joyce Napier; and Global News' Mackenzie Gray at the 2023 Parliamentary Press Gallery Dinner on June 10 at the Canadian Museum of History. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 9, 2023
Michael Vecchio, owner of Petunia the Silkie Chicken, and Brian Platt, who accepted the award on behalf of the Toronto Star's Alison Mah for her cat Shohei Ohtani, at the inaugural 'Cutest Pets on Parliament Hill' awards on June 7 at the Métropolitain Brasserie. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 9, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 9, 2023
Michael Vecchio, owner of Petunia the Silkie Chicken, and Brian Platt, who accepted the award on behalf of the Toronto Star's Alison Mah for her cat Shohei Ohtani, at the inaugural 'Cutest Pets on Parliament Hill' awards on June 7 at the Métropolitain Brasserie. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 2, 2023
Gatineau singer-songwriter Mia Kelly, left, and 2023 Honourary Riverkeeper Claudette Commanda, who is also the University of Ottawa's chancellor at the 10th annual Ottawa Riverkeeper Gala on May 31. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 2, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | June 2, 2023
Gatineau singer-songwriter Mia Kelly, left, and 2023 Honourary Riverkeeper Claudette Commanda, who is also the University of Ottawa's chancellor at the 10th annual Ottawa Riverkeeper Gala on May 31. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | May 29, 2023
Her Excellency the Right Honourable Governor General Mary Simon, right, and her husband, His Excellency Whit Fraser at the 2023 Governor General's Performing Arts Awards on May 27, at the National Arts Centre. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | May 29, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | May 29, 2023
Her Excellency the Right Honourable Governor General Mary Simon, right, and her husband, His Excellency Whit Fraser at the 2023 Governor General's Performing Arts Awards on May 27, at the National Arts Centre. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | May 18, 2023
CAB President Kevin Desjardins, right, presents former CFO Sylvie Bissonnette with flowers in honour of her over 30 years of service to the association at the Broadcasters on the Hill reception on May 16 in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | May 18, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | May 18, 2023
CAB President Kevin Desjardins, right, presents former CFO Sylvie Bissonnette with flowers in honour of her over 30 years of service to the association at the Broadcasters on the Hill reception on May 16 in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | May 12, 2023
CBC’s Raffy Boudjikanian, left, Politics and the Pen co-chair Elizabeth Gray-Smith, and CBC New Brunswick’s Jacques Poitras attend the Politics and the Pen Gala on May 10, 2023, in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | May 12, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | May 12, 2023
CBC’s Raffy Boudjikanian, left, Politics and the Pen co-chair Elizabeth Gray-Smith, and CBC New Brunswick’s Jacques Poitras attend the Politics and the Pen Gala on May 10, 2023, in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | April 21, 2023
Sachit Mehra, who's running for president of the Liberal Party of Canada, hosted a reception for supporters at the 3 Brewers on Sparks Street in Ottawa on April 19. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | April 21, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | April 21, 2023
Sachit Mehra, who's running for president of the Liberal Party of Canada, hosted a reception for supporters at the 3 Brewers on Sparks Street in Ottawa on April 19. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | March 30, 2023
Earnscliffe Strategies' Victoria Lachance, left, and Shailey Allison; and Canadian Fuels Association's John Braniff at the Budget Day after-party hosted by iPolitics and Earnscliffe Strategies on March 28 at the Métropolitain Brasserie in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | March 30, 2023
FeatureBY STUART BENSON | March 30, 2023
Earnscliffe Strategies' Victoria Lachance, left, and Shailey Allison; and Canadian Fuels Association's John Braniff at the Budget Day after-party hosted by iPolitics and Earnscliffe Strategies on March 28 at the Métropolitain Brasserie in Ottawa. The Hill Times photograph by Stuart Benson