How many ministers do we really need?
WINNIPEG – Liberal MP Ralph Goodale is calling for the federal ethics commissioner to investigate questions over a fundraiser in Heritage Minister Shelly Glover’s Winnipeg riding.
Goodale says in the
Brent Rathgeber doesn’t think we need 39 ministers
Senators will apparently no longer be welcome around the table
The NDP congratulates John Duncan
Do we need a minister of cities?
Meagan Fitzpatrick reports from today’s hearings into Helena Guergis’ lawsuit.
It’s not the labour minister’s job to report to her staff member that she saw a colleague use cocaine, Helena
Lee Berthiaume tries to figure out why Peter MacKay is still the Defence Minister.
Whether Harper decided to leave MacKay untouched because of his importance to the party, his ties
Conservative backbencher Brent Rathgeber—he who recently questioned the use of ministerial limos—reacts to the Prime Minister’s suggestion that a full cabinet shuffle won’t be happening soon.
PM Harper tells Rutherford
Speaking with AM770 in Calgary today—about halfway through the 10am slot here—the Prime Minister added prorogation to the list of things that likely won’t be happening before Parliament returns in
Julian Fantino and Bernard Valcourt move and the PM says that’s it
First, courtesy of Joanna Smith, the airing of grievances.
While she is credited with bringing more muscular oversight and focus to the department that doles out foreign aid money to
After eight years, the Conservative minister responsible for CIDA quits cabinet and leaves her Durham seat
The Conservative backbencher laments for how limousines are used by cabinet ministers.
The Cabinet Minister Limousine Service represents one of the most egregious displays of Ottawa opulence. Every Minister is
The only thing more fun than a cabinet shuffle is speculating about a cabinet shuffle
Amid much speculating about the possibility of a cabinet shuffle and much guessing as to who might go where, Roland Paris wonders if John Baird might be the next defence
CTV tabulates the bills for ministerial transportation.
The analysis reveals that the drivers who serve the Public Works and Government Services Minister Rona Ambrose accumulated the most overtime: more than