Used to be that Tom Mulcair pelted the government with pointed questions. They were no frills. They were prosecutorial. They often left the Prime Minister reeling. These days, not so much. Mulcair’s rambling preambles of late are more traditional QP fare, the questions tacked on to the end less effective. As the NDP leader continues to press the Tories on their electoral reform proposals, the Liberals won’t stop poking holes in the apparent Conservative rift—is there a rift?—on income splitting.
Mulcair defies the speaker
Convention snark in the House
Harper stands up for Poilievre
Megan Leslie on Loretta Saunders