The briefly infamous ship takes to the water
The NDP has turned up more documents concerning Tony Clement and the G8 Legacy Fund. Specifically, they seem interested in the following passage from an October 2011 memo prepared for
The Canadian Press reports that the Harper government is suddenly less interested in hearing from the auditor general.
Five different individuals – inside and outside Auditor-General Michael Ferguson’s office –
After QP this afternoon, the Speaker reported to the House on the case of the “sure” deletions. According to Speaker Scheer, the word was deleted from the official transcript at
Irrelevance and sloppiness are his best explanations for the contested G8 spending
After QP this afternoon, Tony Clement stood with the following point of privilege.
Mr. Speaker, it has come to my attention that certain changes were made to the evidence of
The NDP says Tony Clement misled the public accounts committee when he testified three weeks ago. The emails in questions can be viewed here.
There is also some question as
The government knows which gazebos, toilets and bike racks were built with that $45.8 million
We are a few hours away now from Tony Clement’s appearance before the public accounts committee. Greg Weston offers five questions Mr. Clement needs to answer.
Exactly who in government
Pierre Poilievre, parliamentary secretary to the Minister of Transport, responding this afternoon to the NDP’s Alexander Boulerice, who asked if the government would allow a parliamentary inquiry into the G8
Peter Kent reiterates to the Star that his conversation with Vern Freedlander wasn’t as Mr. Freedlander reported it. Whatever the case, Mr. Freedlander wasn’t registered as a lobbyist.
Each and every day, someone asks Tony Clement a question he has no intention of answering
Tony Clement repudiates his friend’s understanding of how government works.
Tony Clement said a Toronto-based media consultant he recommended for a municipal job in his riding did not know what
The NDP persisted again yesterday in asking questions about the G8 Legacy Fund. With Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird away from the House, the government side, again, sent up Deepak
The Star obtains new emails related to the goings on in Huntsville.
An email dated Dec. 29, 2008, has Freedlander detailing a conversation with Environment Minister Peter Kent, his former
Stephen Maher wonders where the G8 Legacy Fund paper trail is.
FedNor official Tom Dodds “noted that FedNor is going to evaluate all projects applying basic tourism principles and provide
The opposition pounces on the “fairness” with which the government issued its shipbuilding contracts