Another way politics is like high school
Brent Rathgeber’s independence and a backbench revolt
There seems to be some confusion around the 2008 election
The Prime Minister’s Office has released the above photo of today’s meeting. Seated to the Prime Minister’s right is Aboriginal Affairs Minister John Duncan and to Mr. Duncan’s right is…
Aaron Wherry’s formerly live blog from a long night in the House
Conservative MPs made 23 references to a “carbon tax” in the House on Friday. Two other references were made by Liberal MP Scott Brison, who offered the following to Conservative…
The only thing more fun than a cabinet shuffle is speculating about a cabinet shuffle
The money may be running out, but Ottawa will never lack for things to shout about
Last week, the NDP criticized Conservative Senator Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu after Mr. Boisvenu suggested convicted murders be given rope and allowed to decide for themselves whether they wanted to live. Pat…
NDP governments and Pierre Trudeau have unlikely fans in the Conservative cabinet
In light of a short-lived NDP motion on Old Age Security eligibility, Kevin Milligan reviews the practical principles at play.
So, we had twenty years of contributory Old Age Security …
‘I expected better’
Rae encourages May
On the first day back, Green Leader Elizabeth May found herself in the last seat of the House. Seat 308 is where NDP MP Peter Stoffer… used
Mr. Harper’s closing pitch to a crowd in Sault Ste Marie this morning.
We’re coming to many areas of the country that have been unrepresented in government for some time. …
Respect for campaign spending limits may be debatable, but the rules barring photography certainly aren’t
David Johnston began his post-secondary studies in the ivy league…but isn’t that a bad thing?
The first shot in the coming Tory war to define their opponent