Parsing the niqab debate
MP Larry Miller apologized for his suggestion that new citizens who disagreed with the niqab ban should ‘stay the hell where you came from’
Hockey great was the ‘ultimate gentleman and ambassador’ for Canada
Michael Chong gains supporters
The ramifications of a resignation
Another five Conservatives say they won’t be participating
Mitchel Raphael takes in the Speaker’s second annual celebration of the Scottish bard
Conservative MP Larry Miller suggests opposition complaints about the size of this year’s omnibus budget bills are not to be taken seriously because he “never heard a peep out of
Conservative MP Larry Miller offers his thoughts on the Lord’s Prayer controversy in Grey County.
For months now we have had to suffer and listen to how reciting the Lord’s
Conservative MPs Bev Shipley, Larry Miller and Garry Schellenberger support a moratorium on wind turbine development until Health Canada’s study is completed.
Speaking from his cottage at Grand Bend, Schellenberger
Health Canada has announced a study of the potential health impacts of wind turbines.
This study is in response to questions from residents living near wind farms about possible health
Late last week, Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird seemed to announce that Canada was withdrawing from the UN World Tourism Organization because Robert Mugabe had been appointed to the position
Thomas Mulcair had news. Or, rather, he’d read the news.
A St. Patrick’s Day celebration was held in the office of MP James Rajotte for Tory MPs.
Last Tuesday, Conservative MP Larry Miller compared the long-gun registry to Hitler. He quickly apologized, but a day later he stood by the merits of his comparison. Irwin Cotler subsequently
Irwin Cotler stood after Question Period to ask the Speaker to deal with Larry Miller’s pseudo apology.
Whatever his apology yesterday, Larry Miller stands by his Hitler comparison.
“While I retracted my comments, the similarities between the two are very clear and you can’t convince me of