Five notes from the nation’s capital
MONTREAL – A split has emerged in the Harper government over a fundamental principle: the rules governing the potential breakup of Canada.
The Conservatives’ senior Quebec minister has declared in
But at least everyone’s using their words, right?
Thomas Mulcair and the debate about transporting oil we’re already having
Rest assured, the Conservatives are saving money. Somehow.
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
Sitting and standing for hours and hours
Aaron Wherry’s formerly live blog from a long night in the House
The week so far in federal funding for snow grooming machines.
Tuesday. Acting on behalf of the Honourable Denis Lebel, Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities and Minister of the
Halloween in the Commons: Time to shame the committee chairs
It is to the Macdonald government’s eternal shame that it did not enact a proper FAQ in 1882
The Speaker called for oral questions and the game of charades was rejoined
Sometime between when I wrote this post last night and 10:30am this morning when a reader alerted me to the issue, Transport Canada’s FAQ for the Navigable Waters Protection Act
Of the changes to the Navigable Waters Protection Act that are included in the latest budget implementation act, the Conservatives have argued that the act is “not an environmental law”
Between 2pm and 3pm this afternoon in the House, four Conservative MPs—Phil McColeman, Peter Kent, Kellie Leitch and Denis Lebel—combined to make nine references to a “carbon tax.” Mr. McColeman
The only thing more fun than a cabinet shuffle is speculating about a cabinet shuffle
Any Conservative gains in the province will have much to do with insider Denis Lebel