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Bill Curry

Bill Curry
Parliamentary reporter
Parliamentary reporter

A member of the Parliamentary Press Gallery since 1999, Bill Curry worked for The Hill Times and the National Post prior to joining The Globe in Feb. 2005. Originally from North Bay, Ont., Bill reports on a wide range of topics on Parliament Hill, with a focus on finance.

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Political parties should be subject to privacy laws, reports committee investigating Facebook data use
Conservatives table petition calling on Ottawa to ‘abandon’ small-business tax changes
Ethics commissioner clears Morneau of conflict over pension bill
Carbon pricing, small-business tax changes to become law as Senate passes budget bill
MPs must not tell media when filing complaints, ethics commissioner rules
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AggregateIQ CEO could face contempt of Parliament finding after defying formal summons
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Party control on Parliament Hill worsened in final Harper government, former MPs warn
The gavel at the standing committee on procedure and house affairs sits on the chairs desk as they hold the Parliamentary contempt hearings on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Wednesday, March 16, 2011.
Speaker dismisses complaint alleging Morneau’s office tried to intimidate insurance group
Senators tell Morneau they are ‘extremely disappointed’ officials would not appear at banking committee
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Turmoil over Trump’s tariffs prompt talk of ‘G6 plus one’
U.S. decision on tariffs heightens tensions ahead of G7 leaders’ summit
Canada insists G7 talks going well as questions mount over what Trump will support
Social media giants should be forced to reveal political ad details, whistle-blower tells MPs
Federal deficit on track to come in near $19.4-billion for 2017-18: report
Customer info shared with fintechs is secure, bank executives tell senators
Morneau sticks to tight script during late-night grilling by opposition MPs
Privacy Commissioner expresses concern that proposed Bank Act changes could open door to more data abuses
Federal Liberals to limit debate on new elections bill