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‘Diplomat’ Deltell’s promotion could lead to closer co-operation in Parliament as new Tory House team spotlights Quebec, party unity, say insiders

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'Putting someone [in the position of House leader] who is well liked and works well with others is a great signal,' says Conservative strategist Yaroslav Baran.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, John Ivison and Mike Moffatt place a wager on the future public debt interest rate, and former Tory MP David Anderson joins a religious freedom think tank as an adviser.
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'I think Canada wouldn't mind if [the relationship] improves, but I don't think at the political level there is a commitment to do it,' says former diplomat Dennis Horak.
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'The U.K. wants the same deal as the Europeans had—or better. I would sit back and say, 'Tell me what's in it for me?' says trade lobbyist Peter Clark.
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Since April 21, Canadian officials have highlighted concern over the situation in Hong Kong in more than 25 meetings and calls with the Chinese and Hong Kong governments.
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Plus, the earliest date for a Toronto Centre byelection is on Oct. 12, and Kelsey Johnson is leaving Hill scrums for grad school.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Scheer lauds Post Millennial, True North, and Rodger Cuzner comes to the rescue of a stranded former colleague.
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'We're past the crisis, so now we're moving back into a normal relationship with the United States,' says former U.S. diplomat Sarah Goldfeder.
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'With all the turmoil in the government over the past week, there's not been any dialogue at all with opposition parties,' says NDP House Leader Peter Julian.
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'Canada does have to retaliate against U.S. products, just as a matter of principle, however retaliation is not going to move the needle on this,' says U.S. trade lawyer Daniel Ujczo.
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Plus, New Brunswick election set for September in first test of Canadian pandemic voting, and Chantal Chastenay named Canada’s point person in Beirut.
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'The core operating ideal within ... Ottawa is evidence-based policymaking and there are clearly other jurisdictions out there besides the U.S. that have done a better job in containing [the virus],' says Eric Miller.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Ottawa Police investigating ugly incident outside Catherine McKenna’s community office, and the International Human Rights Subcommittee to meet to draft news release on Uyghur crisis.
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Canada's export growth with China declined by 16 per cent in 2019 and growth in exports to the United States slowed to 2.5 per cent.
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Plus, former Grit MP Ted Hsu wants to run for provincial office, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is being urged to do ‘so much more’ in the fight for nuclear disarmament.
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The threat to recruiting posed by the bad press and reputational damage DND has suffered as a result of anti-Black racism amounts to a threat to national security, says Richard Sharpe.
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'If the 10 MPs are articulating the position for Nova Scotia, I would like to think the government would consider that as a strong indicator of what's happening on the ground,' says Liberal MP Darrell Samson says.
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'There's pretty strong proof and testimony that there have been acts of genocide perpetrated against the Uyghur people,' says NDP MP Heather McPherson.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, past Tory MP Jim Abbott dies at 77, and Global News lays off many, citing commitment to ‘fact-based’ journalism.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Canadaland's Jesse Brown to appear at the Finance Committee, and former Green Party and NDP staffer Angela Rickman dies at 56.
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'Whatever CSE thought or continues to think about Huawei as a security risk no longer matters,' says national security expert Wesley Wark.
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Though still not made official, the government says it will comply with new trade policy provisions, including in trade talks with the United Kingdom, which began before the guidelines were agreed to in February.
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A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers has called for Canada and the United States to 'immediately craft a comprehensive framework for phased reopening of the border.'
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Plus, Deputy House Speaker Bruce Stanton will not run for re-election, and Leona Alleslev steps down as Tory deputy leader.
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'[Trudeau] neglects the fact that you need experience and competent people,' says Guy Saint-Jacques, a former Canadian ambassador to China from 2012 to 2016.
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Liberal MP John McKay says there will be 'incursions and intrusions and aggressive actions taken increasingly in the Arctic' by Russia.
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The United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand were among 17 countries that wouldn't comment on whether they backed Canada's recent bid for a Security Council seat.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Bob Rae tapped as Canada's next UN ambassador, and Trudeau rebuffs D.C. trip to mark new NAFTA.
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'We all have to expect that there's going to be some bumps over the next six months,' said Ohio-based trade lawyer Daniel Ujczo.
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Plus, Conservative Parliamentarians want Tommy Prince on $5 bill, and Bruce Campion-Smith becomes The Toronto Star's public editor.
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'At least at this stage, it's better to work the backrooms, work the players that have some influence with the White House, and try to ensure that such a threat doesn't become a reality,' says Canada-U.S. group co-chair.
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'Compared to our GDP, our aid budget has really shrunk,' says former Canadian diplomat Gilles Rivard. 'Countries notice that at the United Nations.'

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