Credit cards, cell phones and an air passengers bill of rights
The NDP says Elmwood-Transcona was targeted by robocalls misdirecting voters.
According to the NDP, the party’s campaign manager in Elmwood-Transcona has informed them of more than half a dozen complaints
Rather than simply lament for how little attention is paid to the institution, I thought I’d ask some smart people if they had anything to say in response to my
No one shows up. Nothing gets done. The sad decline of our most important institution.
With the House expected to rise for the holidays any day now, we pause to note that the NDP’s Jim Maloway has officially committed more than 300,000 words to the
In the wake of Jack Layton’s announcement yesterday, Charlie Angus, one of the dozen NDP MPs whose votes will decide the fate of the gun registry, doesn’t seem entirely committed
Postmedia finds three NDP MPs who are committed to voting in favour of C-391: Peter Stoffer, Dennis Bevington and Jim Maloway. Carol Hughes is undecided. A spokesperson for John Rafferty,
One last time before pausing for the summer: our weekly, and wholly arbitrary, ranking of the ten most worthy, or at least entertaining, MPs, excluding the Prime Minister, cabinet members
Our weekly, and wholly arbitrary, ranking of the ten most worthy, or at least entertaining, MPs, excluding the Prime Minister, cabinet members and party leaders. A celebration of all that
The Mark has taken lately to publishing short essays by MPs who have ideas about things. The latest is Mario Silva on literacy. Previously there was Garry Breitkreuz on the
Though perhaps not the most consequential of issues, a rookie MP looking to make a name for oneself could obviously do worse than to take on the scourge of modern