Holding the leader of the opposition to account
‘I wish Brent well in continuing to represent the interests of his constituents in Parliament’
Stephen Woodworth and John Williamson add their concerns
How to be a Conservative MP, but not part of the government
The author of Motion 312 on the rejection of Motion 408
Rajotte, Rae and Trost on the concerns of Mark Warawa
What students are talking about today (March 15th)
The Maclean’s 2012 power list
Understanding polls on the volatile issue is harder than getting Parliament to talk about it
Support for unrestricted abortion has apparently increased over the last eight months.
A Forum Research poll for the National Post recently asked 1,735 randomly selected Canadians 18 years of age
Bieber in Maclean’s, Rihanna in Toronto & the Middle East
Blue Jays trade, essays for sale & bashing Dragon’s Den
Protesters outside Parliament yesterday as MPs voted on Conservative MP Stephen Woodworth’s motion M312, Studying Canada’s 400 Year Old Definition of Human Being.
A release from the Campaign Life Coalition.
Campaign Life Coalition is very disappointed that Parliament voted 203-91 against permitting a parliamentary panel from considering modern scientific evidence about the child
A statement from the New Democrats.
Today, New Democrats led the way as Parliament chose to uphold women’s rights by voting against the Conservative motion to reopen the abortion debate.
A news release from Stephen Woodworth’s office.
Acknowledging that the defeat of Motion 312 will disappoint the thousands of Canadians who took time to express their support, Stephen Woodworth vowed
Motion 312 has been defeated in the House of Commons by a vote of 203-91.
By my count, four Liberals supported the motion—Jim Karygiannis, John McKay, Lawrence MacAulay and Kevin