Top newsmakers this week
Activist shouted out from crowd, demanding Ottawa take action on aboriginal women issue.
The Conservative’s secret weapon is strategic about politics and knows her strengths
OTTAWA – There’s a strange interloper on Stephen Harper’s Christmas card this year, one sporting big ears, wide eyes and a long tail who looks right at home in the…
On turning 50, her next career move—and the challenges of raising teens at 24 Sussex
The Maclean’s 2012 power list
World War Two veteran Lloyd Swick… was on the Hill last month talking to MPs about his monument to animals who served in war. Swick’s Animals in War Dedication Project
A tribute dinner was held to honour Conservative Senator Doug Finley at the War Museum. Proceeds went to the Scottish Society of Ottawa.…
Cooking with Laureen
The Canadian Gas Association held their second annual Now We’re Cooking with Gas reception at the National Arts Centre. The first course was steak tartare—which some joked…
The Canadian Gas Association held their second annual Now We’re Cooking with Gas reception at the National Arts Centre.…
The Harpers are looking for a guinea pig and John Baird goes autograph hunting
The Hill’s hikers…
For several years, Laureen Harper has been doing an annual summer hike in different parts of Canada. The hikes are planned over an entire year. This summer
Girlfriends, lovers, and working moms and dads
Laureen Harper fosters kittens and Patrick Brazeau’s hair is growing
Of duelling ribbons
Columnist Richard Gwyn… took home the $25,000 Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing for his book Nation Maker: Sir John A. Macdonald: His Life, Our Times; Volume
Tories gathered at the Hard Rock Café in Ottawa on Wednesday night.
Columnist Richard Gwyn took home the $25,000 Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing for his book Nation Maker: Sir John A. Macdonald: His Life, Our Times; Volume Two: 1867–1891….