The Conservative campaign manager and senator dies at the age of 66
Conservative Senator Doug Finley, one of the primary architects of the Conservative party’s electoral success, who is now stricken with cancer, reflects on death and politics.
Along with his team,
A tribute dinner was held to honour Conservative Senator Doug Finley at the War Museum. Proceeds went to the Scottish Society of Ottawa.
Joe Soares has the endorsements of Rod Bruinooge and Doug Finley, while Greg McLean has the endorsement of Lee Richardson, Calgary Centre’s last MP. Now, Joan Crockatt announces the endorsement
Stages in the legislative process that make a bill law in the Canadian Parliament; ministers (not including the Prime Minister) on cabinet’s powerful Priorities and Planning committee; former political figures
Elections Canada has now issued a short statement, including the official charges.
The charges were officially laid by the Commissioner of Canada Elections William Corbett. More on previous sentences and
An anonymous Conservative official tells the CBC, Postmedia, CTV and the Star, that four party officials have been charged by Elections Canada in connection with in-and-out campaign financing: Doug Finley,
Doug Finley on Harper’s election playbook
A day after a Conservative senator gleefully threatened an election over a legislative dispute, with the NDP leader “challenging” the Prime Minister to recall the House, the Prime Minister appointed
Two of Stephen Harper’s senators are now openly quibbling with the idea of a fully elected Senate—another three apparently reluctant to say where they stand.
Boisvenu told QMI Agency he
The Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem held a special reception on the Hill to celebrate Canadian-Israeli partnerships. Below, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development Diane Finley
Richard Albert bravely makes the case for senators Finley, Stewart-Olsen and Plett.
That the prime minister chose to reward party stalwarts should come as no surprise. If ever there were
Senate picks include a journalist and a former Habs coach
Conservative election platform, 2006. Canada is a democracy, yet our democratic system has not kept pace with the needs of a changing society. Paul Martin used to talk about a
Glen Pearson responds to Peter Donolo’s response to that Conservative fundraising letter.
How does getting anyone angry over nothing assist the political process? It doesn’t. In fact, it demeans it.
Peter Donolo finds hope in fury and indignation.
“[The Finley letter] is right on target in terms of the type of appeals they make, and Liberals in opposition need to
Doug Finley wants to know who might’ve whispered sometthing to the Telegraph-Journal.
Presumably so that person can be given a high-ranking job in government.