Rona Ambrose and Pierre Poilievre just say no
The independent MP keeps blogging
OTTAWA – One of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s parliamentary secretaries looks to have run afoul of conflict-of-interest rules by lobbying on behalf of a man in her riding.
The member for Edmonton-St. Albert stands in judgment
What students are talking about today (March 15th)
Though at least the Senate can operate in cloudy weather
Here is where an explanation would help
Maybe something has changed, but it’s still hard to explain the F-35
John Geddes considers the PM’s To Do list at the start of 2013
John Geddes explains why rebooting the plan is not as easy as pressing a button
Ahead of the release of the KPMG audit, here is the transcript of the September 15, 2010 meeting of the national defence committee, at which Peter MacKay, Rona Ambrose, Tony
The government is promising a statement from Rona Ambrose and Peter MacKay at 3:15pm, preceded by an embargoed briefing for reporters at 1:45pm. Presumably the KPMG audit of the F-35
The opposition insists on living in the past
The planning and priorities committee of the cabinet is presently meeting on Parliament Hill, apparently to decide the future of the military’s jet fighter procurement.
A little more than two
A statement issued just now by Rona Ambrose’s office.
The Government has received the report from KPMG and is reviewing it.
The Government will be providing a comprehensive public update
The Public Works Minister commits a Kinsley gaffe
Yesterday, via Twitter, I sought clarification on environmental policy in the province of Alberta.
Technical question: Does Alberta have a carbon tax, cap and trade or both?
Among the respondents