The Defence Minister versus the retired general
A Liberal MP tweets seven unflattering adjectives
Mitchel Raphael takes in the Speaker’s second annual celebration of the Scottish bard
What rhymes with omnibus? Rodger Cuzner’s annual Christmas poem
Liberal MP Rodger Cuzner’s question for the government side yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Speaker, Conservative import tariffs are forcing Canadian hockey families to pay $200 more to suit up their kids
In the middle of QP yesterday, Rodger Cuzner tweeted the cruelest of all criticisms: pity.
Sad to see well educated,respected professionals check their integrity at the door by reading inane
The PM, it seems, has a conversation with a premier every 9.7 days on average
Funny how the opposition can’t seem to find much in this budget bill
From the time set aside for statements by members this afternoon, Rodger Cuzner waxes poetic.
Rodger Cuzner’s second annual Christmas poem, read to the House of Commons shortly before Question Period this afternoon.
Twas the week before Christmas and all over the Hill
Maclean’s 5th annual Parliamentarians of the Year Awards ceremony at the Fairmont Château Laurier. See winners here.
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Last week MPs sported orange ribbons to remember Jack Layton.
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Jack Layton’s chair to go to his family
MPs arriving back on the Hill for the first day of Parliament were greeted
The NDP leader passed away at his home early this morning
A statement from Conservative backbencher Phil McColeman, tabled shortly before Question Period this afternoon.
Mr. Speaker, today the House resumes sitting and I can proudly say that on this side
A Tory’s take on the drug war, The MP who wears Pierre Berton’s bow ties, and Metalhead MP loves Ottawa
On the last sitting before Parliament’s summer recess, a “visionless” government and the “tired” official opposition