Sort of. But he shares that with 307 other MPs
The NDP appeals to the Speaker
Thoughts on a small, but potentially useful, victory
No breach of privilege, but an opening for the uprising to continue
A lukewarm reception from a government backbencher
Take the power away from the parties
How about less party discipline and a stricter Speaker?
The At Issue panel takes viewer questions.
I’d like the Speaker to be more assertive on a couple fronts, but, in the context of Question Period, he can’t be asked
The Speaker returned to the House yesterday with a response to the points of order raised on November 28 by Nathan Cullen and Peter Van Loan, particularly Mr. Van Loan’s
Before the House rose last night for Christmas, the Speaker delivered a statement on decorum.
As the House prepares to adjourn for the Christmas holidays, the Chair would like to
As per the Speaker’s ruling this morning, there will be a maximum of 47 votes on C-45 at report stage. For the sake of comparison, there were 157 votes required
Fans of both supply management and proper parliamentary practice take note: the government side sent up Joe Preston this afternoon to attempt to ask the following.
Mr. Speaker, our government
NDP House leader Nathan Cullen rose after QP this afternoon on a point of privilege to argue that the Conservatives were in breach of the House for failing to disclose
Speaker rules against my point of Order. So C-38 continues to Report Stage… Disappointing, but glad I tried.
The prepared text of Speaker Scheer’s ruling on Elizabeth May’s point of order.
I am now prepared to rule on the point of order raised on June 5, 2012 by
The Globe, Star, Canadian Press, Postmedia, CBC and Huffington Post preview this week’s budget bill battle and you can review all 871 amendments on the notice paper here.
While she took a short break from the House this morning, the Green MP and I spoke about C-38 and her point of order. In the process, as you will