The Hill Times
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Front page of the December 5, 2011, issue of The Hill Times
|Type||Twice weekly newspaper|
|Owner(s)||Jim Creskey, Anne Marie Creskey, and Ross Dickson|
|Founder(s)||Jim Creskey and Ross Dickson|
|Publisher||Jim Creskey, Anne Marie Creskey and Ross Dickson|
|Associate editor||Kristen Shane|
|Photo editor||Andrew Meade|
|Headquarters||246 Queen Street|
The Hill Times is a Canadian twice-weekly newspaper that covers Parliament, the federal government and federal politics. Founded in 1989, this Ottawa based periodical is owned by Jim Creskey and Ross Dickson. The Editor is Kate Malloy.
The publication features political news items and public policy briefings, lists, surveys, feature stories, profiles, opinion columns and analysis.
- "Media and Public Opinion". Nelson Education. Archived from the original on November 27, 2009. Retrieved December 29, 2011.
- "About Us". The Hill Times. Retrieved December 29, 2011.
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