This House does not condemn Aaron Wherry December 1, 2010 Follow @aaronwherry Twitter Facebook Google+ Share LinkedIn Reddit Email Twitter Facebook Google+ Share LinkedIn Reddit Email 0 The Bloc motion calling on the House to condemn “the government’s decision to unilaterally extend the Canadian mission in Afghanistan until 2014″ was defeated by a count of 209-81 last night. For whatever it is worth, Open Parliament’s count shows five Liberal absences, though reportedly an unspecified two of those were due to illness. Twitter Facebook Google+ Share LinkedIn Reddit Email Browse 20112014AfghanistanBloc Québécoishouse of commonsParliament Advertisement About this author Aaron Wherry Macleans.ca administrator Aaron Wherry covers the House of Commons and its 308 residents for Maclean’s. Other articlesWhat kind of prime minister would Mulcair or Trudeau be?Harper, Mulcair or Trudeau: Who is the man for this moment? + 8 more posts this week Maclean's Top Stories Ebola: The cure is worse than the disease 1 Comment What kind of PM would Mulcair or Trudeau be? 1 Comment A light in the dark 2 Comments The end of Ukraine? 26 Comments 'Does this look good on me?' 0 Comments Advertisement Post navigation Previous The eternal trouble of drawing up a guest list Next How many?