It’s been seven days since Parliament Hill was the scene of gunfire. Now what?
Party also elects two high-profile co-chairs of its national campaign
In which New Democrats try not to be too happy with the Senate
Probably you don’t. But If you do, please let us know
An hour and a half in the life of the House of Commons
‘I find the comments outrageous, inflammatory, unacceptable’
Everyone is profoundly saddened
Thoughts on refighting the past
While we’re at it, let’s refight the Conscription Crisis
It would be nice if MPs were nicer, but that’s not the problem
After two proposed amendments were passed and one defeated, C-377 passed the House last night by a vote of 147-135. Five Conservatives voted against: Brent Rathgeber, Mike Allen, Patricia Davidson,
Jer’s Vision, Canada’s Youth Diversity Initiative, held a special reception on the Hill for parliamentarians to raise awareness about bullying and diversity. Pink cupcakes were served.
The square in front of Toronto’s city hall was packed for Dear Jack, a tribute to the late NDP leader
Shortly before 1:30am this morning, the CP Rail back-to-work legislation passed the House.
As the legislation made its way through the various stages, Labour Minister Lisa Raitt managed three speeches
The Conservatives have launched a website (mulcairsndp.ca) to compile their exposés of the NDP shadow cabinet.
The latest target is Alexandre Boulerice, whose support for Quebec Solidaire should apparently disqualify
While the Conservatives lament via news release, four Conservative ministers tweet their best wishes.
Jason Kenney Congratulations to MP Jinny Sims on her appointment as my new (NDP) Critic for
Here again is the roster for Thomas Mulcair’s shadow cabinet. What to make of it? Here are several observations.
-First, the obviously big promotions go to Megan Leslie (who stays