Aaron Wherry checks out the facts in the spin
The leader of the NDP talks to Aaron Wherry about Layton’s legacy, carbon pricing, the Liberal leadership race and Twitter
Colin Horgan finds that an old accounting for the F-35 procurement seems to have disappeared.
Meanwhile, through Colin, National Defence attempts to rebut Andrew Coyne’s clarification of the F-35 lifecycle
Canada’s democratic institutions performed well, and are defending taxpayer interests
A la Dean Del Mastro, Conservative MP Bob Zimmer attempts to put the F-35 in perspective.
A billion a year for the F-35 (over 42 years) or a Bil a
Peter MacKay and the PM should hang their heads in shame
Aaron Wherry catches you up on a day in F-35 news
John Geddes explains why rebooting the plan is not as easy as pressing a button
The “Next Generation Fighter Capability Annual Update” is here. The first CP dispatch from the official briefing is here.
A long-awaited KPMG report on the F-35 purchase says National Defence
KPMG says jets may be too expensive for Defence department
Ahead of the release of the KPMG audit, here is the transcript of the September 15, 2010 meeting of the national defence committee, at which Peter MacKay, Rona Ambrose, Tony
The government is promising a statement from Rona Ambrose and Peter MacKay at 3:15pm, preceded by an embargoed briefing for reporters at 1:45pm. Presumably the KPMG audit of the F-35
Desk-thumping and ‘fear mongering’ about the F-35
What did Stephen Harper mean when he talked about “ripping up those contracts?”
The opposition insists on living in the past
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
From the NDP leader’s interview with Tom Clark on the West Block.
Tom Clark: Let me take you to the other major story of the week and that is what’s