Weighing in at 375 pages
This fall’s implementation act went (relatively) quietly
Changes to how public service labour disputes are settled
Meet the newest omnibus budget bill
A lonely nation turns its eyes to auditors
The government might have maneuvered out of another voting marathon
Another omnibus bill, another fight
A slightly smaller kind of omnibus
Chris Selley points to one part of C-45, last year’s second budget implementation act.
Until C-45 passed, reserves wishing to lease off parts of their land to businesses had to
Wab Kinew explains the Idle No More protests.
2. #IdleNoMore is about the Environment
Idle No More started in part because of outrage that Bill C-45 reduced the number of
Keith Beardsley considers Peter Van Loan’s walk across the aisle, opposition delays and omnibus legislation.
The Official Opposition thought they had caught the government on a technicality and they wanted
On Tuesday, Denis Lebel ventured that all of the provinces had been consulted about C-45’s changes to the Navigable Waters Protection Act and that none of the provinces had any
The benches empty as Peter Van Loan crosses the aisle
Sitting and standing for hours and hours
Aaron Wherry’s formerly live blog from a long night in the House
The proposed amendments are presently being read into the record and put to voice votes in the House. As I type, Joe Comartin just read Motion 386, leaving just less
At some point today, the House will begin voting on the proposed changes to C-45. Precisely when will depend on what the opposition parties might yet do to delay those