QP Live: Maclean’s and J-Source dissect the House of Commons

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Maclean’s is your home for the daily political theatre that is Question Period, the opposition’s daily attempt to get answers from the government on the hottest issues of the day. We tell you who to watch, we stream it live, and we liveblog all the action.

On Nov. 6 at 2 p.m., J-Source associate editor Tamara Baluja joins Nick Taylor-Vaisey in the madness. They’ll take you behind the scenes on the House of Commons. Find out what will make headlines in real time, and what most reporters will completely ignore. You’ll learn that there’s a method to the political madness.


Yesterday, the Senate voted to suspend three of its members without pay. Don’t expect the opposition to let the Senate expenses scandal fade away. They might not have any new revelations—say, leaked documents or altered stories—to throw at the government, but plenty of questions remain unanswered.





QP Live: Maclean’s and J-Source dissect the House of Commons

  1. See what happens when Tom Mulair wants to play the clown! When the media does not do its job!

    Pay attention to what will happen if the media does not do its job!!!!

    How much did Tom Mulcair charge his very own party. Why is Tom Mulcair still on the public payroll!!!!

    Report the news, Mr. Harper, if the media won`t do it!

    Good for you, Mr.Harper!

  2. If there was a contest for the most pitiful troll in Canada, Francien Verhoeven would take, 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.