Michael Chong gains supporters
More support for Mark Warawa’s question of privilege
Mark Warawa leaves everyone grasping for meaning
A motion on sex-selective abortion is ruled out of order
The proposed amendments are presently being read into the record and put to voice votes in the House. As I type, Joe Comartin just read Motion 386, leaving just less
While the New Democrats continue to try to shame Conservative backbenchers—see Olivia Chow’s statement on Monday and Niki Ashton’s statement on Tuesday—the Conservatives have responded by finding new ways to
Among the Conservaties who stood in the House this week and criticized the NDP’s stance on cap-and-trade were Kyle Seeback, Peter Van Loan, Gord Brown, Leon Benoit, Shelly Glover, Chris
Michael Ignatieff will soon be splitting his time between faculty positions at the University of Toronto and Harvard.
Two Conservative backbenchers send their regards.
In an interview today, Vic Toews apparently noted that he has the power to keep Omar Khadr from returning to Canada for another seven years.
Conservative MP Kyle Seeback is
Megan Leslie, asked yesterday about Mr. Trudeau’s shouted profanities.
I think it was an honest reaction from him in some ways. I certainly have bit my tongue so hard sometimes
The International Association of Firefighters arrived in Ottawa and held a reception at the Delta Hotel.
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Steven Fletcher, Oct. 19. Mr. Speaker, I reject the premise of the member’s question.
John Baird, Oct. 19. Mr. Speaker, it will not come as any surprise to my friend
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