A Conservative MP accidentally brings clarity
The Star reports that Conservative Senator Patrick Brazeau and Conservative MP Royal Galipeau were the entertainment at a recent fundraiser for an Ontario PC candidate. First up, Senator Brazeau.
Before yesterday’s incident, the most recent confrontation in the House might have been when Conservative MP Royal Galipeau confronted Liberal MP David McGuinty. A couple weeks before that, Liberal MP
An interesting exchange from the very end of yesterday’s debate on the budget.
Charlie Angus. Mr. Speaker, I had a great deal of respect for Jim Prentice. There was a
The Conservative MP for Ottawa-Orleans rose before Question Period yesterday to recount what Megan Leslie had said the day before.
Mr. Speaker, yesterday in this chamber the NDP member for
Welcome to Aaron Wherry’s live coverage of tonight’s C-38 votes
The Conservative backbencher admits the giant novelty cheques he handed out upset his stomach.
The design of the cheques provided to one area MP to highlight infrastructure spending left him
Here in the string quartet section of macleans.ca, I know you’ll be as delighted as I am to learn that the federal government’s not-at-all-ridiculous Marquee Tourism Events Program has announced
Royal Galipeau based his campaign for speaker this morning on the idea that the words decorum and vacuum rhyme. That would seem to be incorrect.
Not sure why it’s taken so long for Royal Galipeau to make it official, but he’s now the seventh (!) MP — and the fourth Conservative — to enter the