marc garneau

Garneau listens to a reporter's question following an announcement in Ottawa on Feb. 27, 2020 (CP/Adrian Wyld)

The calm hand of Marc Garneau

Whether his new post is a prime opportunity or a headache in the waiting, Garneau’s surprise move to global affairs is a vote of confidence in his steadiness

Champagne arrives on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Oct. 5, 2020 (CP/Sean Kilpatrick)

Another tiny perfect cabinet shuffle

Paul Wells: Industry is a good fit for the ambitious Champagne. Garneau will be a dignified presence in foreign affairs. And making an impact will be a huge task for either of them.

Canada’s oh-so-slow, less-than-reassuring grounding of the Boeing Max 8

Marc Garneau’s clinical explanation after the Ethiopian Airlines crash belied the nature of his subject matter—the stuff of deep human phobia

Google search data proves it: the Tory leadership race is dull

The search engine giant’s data suggests Conservative leadership candidates are having a hard time standing out in the crowded race

Marc Garneau has something to not announce

There are new measures but not restrictions on some flights from some countries the transport minister refuses to name. Got it?

How the Trudeau government is bracing for Trump

The federal government is working to exploit contacts and push shared interests as many wonder if the PM and the president will hit it off

Question and Astronaut: Marc Garneau

Marc Garneau on seeing Earth from above, part of our series in conversation with Canadian astronauts

Parliament Hill shooting: Marc Garneau describes what he saw

A Liberal MP describes the scene from his perspective

L’affair Leslie

The Defence Minister versus the retired general

Justin Trudeau and General Leslie

The Liberal leader showcases another new friend

The mystery of the February 20 email

The most intriguing document in the Duffy-Wright affair

Apologies to the astronaut

Paul Calandra says sorry to Marc Garneau