The Heymans host a holiday party at Lornado; a Cape Breton fundraiser draws an A-list crowd of politicos.
NDP MP Richard Cannings, right, and his twin brother Syd, a federal species at risk biologist, pose with fellow twins George, left, and James Smith, who serve as the party’s director of communications and press secretary, respectively, last week in Centre Block. Photo courtesy of the Twitter account of George Smith
No, you’re not seeing double. It’s just the NDP.
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