The Hill Times
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The Hill Times
The Hill Times
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Front page of the December 5, 2011, issue of The Hill Times
TypeTwice weekly newspaper, daily news website
Owner(s)Hill Times Publishing
Founder(s)Jim Creskey and Ross Dickson
PublisherRoss Dickson, Jim Creskey, Leslie Dickson, and Anne Marie Creskey
EditorKate Malloy
Headquarters246 Queen Street
Suite 200
Ottawa, Ontario
K1P 5E4
ISSN0848-0427 Edit this at Wikidata

The Hill Times is a Canadian twice-weekly newspaper and daily news website, published in Ottawa, Ontario, which covers the Parliament of Canada, the federal government and other federal political news.[1] Founded in 1989,[2] the paper is owned by Jim Creskey and Ross Dickson.[3] The editor is Kate Malloy.[4]

The publication features political news items and public policy briefings, lists, surveys, feature stories, profiles, opinion columns and analysis.

Sister publications

In 1993, Hill Times Publishing launched sister title Ottawa XPress, an alternative weekly newspaper, to serve Ottawa audiences.[5] The publication was sold to Communications Voir in 2001.

In 2004, the owners of The Hill Times also launched Embassy, a separate magazine which covered diplomatic affairs.[3] Publication of Embassy was discontinued in 2016, with its coverage incorporated into an expanded Hill Times.[6]


  1. ^ "Media and Public Opinion". Nelson Education. Archived from the original on November 27, 2009. Retrieved 2011.
  2. ^ "Chronicling daily life". Kingston Whig-Standard, November 3, 1990.
  3. ^ a b "Embassy Newspaper celebrates 10th Anniversary". CTV News Ottawa, May 29, 2014.
  4. ^ Times, The Hill (2015-07-29). "Contact Us". The Hill Times. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Weekly tabloid to focus on arts, entertainment". Ottawa Citizen, May 12, 1993.
  6. ^ "The Hill Times absorbs Embassy magazine". Ottawa Citizen. April 21, 2019. Retrieved 2016.

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