A brief review of the quagmire
C-279 and C-290 fail to find passage
Brent Rathgeber considers C-377
In which New Democrats try not to be too happy with the Senate
The red chamber amends a bill
The upper chamber grapples with union disclosure and sports betting
And the case of C-377
The House adopts motion on MP expenses before adjourning
Another government backbencher asserts his rights
The CBC reports that three Conservative MPs put their concerns about the Nexen deal in writing.
A third Conservative MP, LaVar Payne of Medicine Hat, Alta., wrote to Paradis Aug.
Bill C-377, the union disclosure bill which John Geddes wrote about last month, will come to a vote in the House this evening. Conservative MP Brent Rathgeber, who expressed concerns
Earlier this week, John Geddes looked closer at Conservative MP Russ Hiebert’s bill on union disclosure.
The bill’s union opponents protest that if the tax deductibility of dues means their
The Conservative MP says he’ll vote against Russ Hiebert’s bill on union financial disclosure unless changes are made.
Unions are private clubs; they are not public institutions. They serve only
Aaron Wherry on who said what on July 1
Harper’s final chapter
For several years Stephen Harper has been working on a book about hockey. The PM can finally use one
Last week, as part of a series of posts on MP expenses, Canwest’s David Akin noted that Conservative Russ Hiebert had spent more than any other MP on travel outside
Richard Colvin testified that he and his colleagues in the field began informing Ottawa about the treatment of detainees in May 2006. He left Afghanistan in October 2007 and most