Parsing the niqab debate
If it becomes law, the bill would eliminate early and forced marriages from Canada’s immigration system
The new measures will only be in effect until the federal government has exhausted its legal avenues in its ongoing legal battle
A Federal Court judge provides a policy analysis
The reforms announced today by Jason Kenney, however ambitious and comprehensive, can’t be the last word
Changes expected to bring in tougher punishments for companies who abuse program
The exchange you can’t miss from this afternoon’s Question Period
John Diefenbaker may disapprove of citizenship reform
Harper’s team travelled the globe, and Czech visitors to Canada have it easier
How a rising Tory star seems at odds with his finance minister over an airport that might never be built
Aaron Wherry on the Prime Minister’s new line-up
The New Democrats and Conservatives get their money’s worth regardless
Aaron Wherry checks out the facts in the spin
For whatever reason, Chris Alexander, the parliamentary secretary to the minister of defence, has been assigned the task of going on television to face questions about the F-35 on behalf
Aaron Wherry sums up Question Period
Megan Leslie’s speech on the budget bill.
And, for the sake of comparison, Chris Alexander’s speech on C-45.
Postmedia picks up on last week’s discussion.
Then this week, Chris Alexander, parliamentary secretary to the defence minister, denied in an interview that the government had ever decided to buy