The Liberal MP is warmly welcomed
Another five Conservatives say they won’t be participating
An hour and a half in the life of the House of Commons
The Conservatives attack Thomas Mulcair’s meeting with Gary Freeman
Kevin Sorenson’s latest MP reports in the Strathmore Standard and Consort Enterprise conclude thusly.
While our government is working to balance the federal budget, in the House of Commons we
Pat Martin tweeted a bad word. But refused to apologize. And claimed a kind of victory.
The government’s investments weren’t as advertised, but the future looks expensive. Supply management was
Stephen Harper, June 6, 2008. It’s one thing that they, the criminals do not get it, but if you don’t mind me saying, another part of the problem for the
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
A Conservative manages to discuss a piece of legislation related to the justice system without either claiming total righteousness or depicting the opposition parties as unholy.
The Conservative chairman of
In terms of what a compromise might look like, we refer again to some of the options already explored for establishing a forum that might safely review sensitive documents. The
What happens when the State Department asks about Question Period
From his Twitter feed.
I’m always amazed by how many special interest micro-issues the opposition raises during QP, rather than issues of general public concern.
The government has been allowed
Happy days are here again. Before a feisty session of QP this afternoon, the Conservatives used three of their members’ statements to impugn the leader of the opposition on notably
Would it surprise you in the least to learn the government has misspoken once more?
The Scene. The Liberals were once more attempting to make something of this access to