Michael Chong to table his bill on Tuesday
Mitchel Raphael celebrates the season with the Opposition
The Scene. What does it mean to act? What is change? What does one do when one takes something and makes it somehow smaller? How should one describe such action?
The Commons: The Agriculture Minister returns to the House
Jason Kenney declines several invitations to say sorry
Greg Fingas puts some hope in Linda Duncan’s shadow cabinet assignment.
Second, the choice of Linda Duncan as critic for Public Works and Government Services may make for a neat
More movement in caucus support. Carol Hughes goes from Niki Ashton to Thomas Mulcair. Linda Duncan goes from Paul Dewar to Mr. Mulcair. And Dennis Bevington goes from Mr. Dewar
Paul Dewar wins the endorsement of Linda Duncan and releases his platform on energy and the environment, which includes cap-and-trade, the elimination of oil subsidies and a “green grid.”
Is it just us or is it getting dim in here?
Why does Paul Dewar want Alberta and Saskatchewan to stop doing what’s making them rich?
Mind if we update that Jaffer sign?
Conservative candidate Ryan Hastman is running against NDP incumbent Linda Duncan in what
The Prime Minister is now customizing his fear and paranoia for individual opposition backbenchers.
“The first thing the new NDP MP did when she got to Ottawa was to sign
CPAC held a reception in the East Block Courtyard. Below, CPAC’s Martin Stringer.
Ken Stein, Chair of CPAC’s Board of Directors.
Liberal MP Siobhan Coady.
After the Throne Speech, folks gathered in the Hall of Honour. Below, Auditor General Sheila Fraser (left) and Tory Senator Nancy Ruth.
Conservative Senator Partrick Brazeau.
Sustainable Development Technology Canada put on a fierce reception in 200 West Block. Finally, someone had the smarts to bring along a DJ and serve good food. Below, Minister of
Green activists brought bikes on Parliament Hill to protest and demand more action on the environment.
The NDP party held its year-end BBQ in the courtyard of East Block. Here is leader Jack Layton.
Edmonton NDP MP Linda Duncan.