A to-do list for fixing this place
A few ideas from an advisor to Justin Trudeau
Liberal Party members adopt 32 policy resolutions
An NDP MP’s motion is endorsed by the House
The arguments for and against one small change
The Speaker explains his approach
The Reform Act picks up supporters
Parliament returns amid some desire for change
Michael Chong to table his bill on Tuesday
The Senate might never change, but here is what might
Australian backbenchers can vote out their party leader
Possible changes to prorogation, omnibus legislation and time allocation
The Conservative MP on what can be done to improve matters
Donner winners Mark Jarvis and Lori Turnbull argue that the Prime Minister has become too powerful.
In the House, the prime minister and government have considerable control over day-to-day operations.
Last month, Mark Jarvis wrote here about potential parliamentary reforms as part of our series on the House. Shortly thereafter he asked if I had any thoughts on what he’d
A British committee set up in the wake of all that unpleasantness over MPs’ expenses, comes back with some suggestions.
“Achievable” but radical change to rebuild parliament’s independence from the
If the government won’t answer your requests in Question Period, leave.
Frustrated by Premier Dalton McGuinty’s refusal to hold public hearings on the controversial 13 per cent HST, the 25-member