Thomas Mulcair is criticized from the left
For the record? He’s still worried about household debt, sluggish exports and piles of corporate cash
Tomorrow morning the finance committee will consider a motion tabled by the NDP’s Peggy Nash.
That the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance recommend that the government extend Kevin
Scott Clark and Peter DeVries explain how to fix the budget process.
The use of Budget Omnibus Bills has grown to the point that they seriously undermine the credibility of
The finance committee has released its report on its pre-budget consultations. Among the recommendations is a review of the tax system, including perhaps a royal commission.
That the federal government
The Brisonbuster continues at the finance committee.
Last night, Mr. Brison unleashed a 14-part series of tweets to explain himself.
What’s at stake here? When the Cons use their majority
The Finance committee spent the night going through Scott Brison’s 3,000 amendments to the second budget implementation bill. They took a break at 6am and will reconvene at noon.
Conservative MP Paul Calandra uses the finance committee to try to root out Liberal sympathizers.
Paul Calandra, the MP for Oak-Ridges-Markham, north of Toronto, slipped into the end of a
As more transcripts are posted online, an update on the finance committee’s study of C-38.
The committee reconvened on May 28 to study Division 31 (Railway Safety Act), Division 32
Scott Clark dissects the Harper government’s loud refusal to be part of an IMF initiative to backstop Europe.
By refusing to join the G-20 initiative to augment IMF resources, Canada’s
Near the end of the finance committee hearings on Wednesday night, Conservative MP Shelly Glover spoke up to clarify a few points, including the relative size of C-38, the current
Erin Weir, an economist with the United Steelworkers, sends along the following video of his appearance before the finance committee last night.
Kady O’Malley points with similar concern to an
As the budget implementation act makes it way through the finance committee, transcripts of the proceedings are finding their way online.
On May 15, the finance committee questioned the Finance
Three cabinet ministers appeared, under debatable circumstances, this morning before the finance subcommittee studying C-38. Afterwards, Fisheries Minister Keith Ashfield attempted to explain himself.
When asked when he first leaned
Moments ago, after a recorded vote was compelled on a motion that “a member now be heard,” the NDP’s Yvon Godin stood in the House and spoke at length in
Bill Curry notes that the government’s own expert analysis found no impending crisis.
Edward Whitehouse – who researches pension policy on behalf of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development
Conservative MPs on the finance committee move to ensure you are not frightened by this week’s hearings.
At a planning meeting Monday evening, NDP finance critic Peggy Nash put forward