The anecdotal, philosophical matter of the Fair Elections Act
What just happened — and what’s next? Aaron Wherry explains
An hour and a half in the life of the House of Commons
Conservative MP Tom Lukiwski says Conservative party director of operations Jenni Byrne is responsible for the “deceptive” robocalls in Saskatchewan. Meanwhile, Leslie MacKinnon goes through the boundary commission’s report to
A Conservative MP considers House reform
On Friday, MPs spent a couple hours—starting here, resuming here—discussing the rules and procedure of the House.
The ideas, amendments and complaints raised are likely all worth consideration, especially for
Tom Lukiwski, the government’s deputy House leader, is worried that TV cameras might show you too much of the House of Commons.
Conservative MP Tom Lukiwski suggested on Tuesday that
After QP this afternoon, the Speaker ruled on a pair of disturbances in the House, previously noted here and here.
The prepared text of Mr. Scheer’s ruling is below.
Last week, Tom Lukiwski rose to express the government’s side shock and dismay at a demonstration that had taken place in one of the visitors’ galleries during a vote on
On Wednesday evening, during a vote on the government’s Canadian Wheat Board legislation, a protestor in one of the visitors’ galleries began shouting his objections. He apparently held a sign
The ongoing saga of a round-the-clock filibuster
Bev Oda addresses “the confusion” over the KAIROS document
Stephen Harper, explaining Bev Oda’s situation. “Mr. Speaker, once again, the reality is that the minister took a decision that was contrary to the recommendations of her officials. In a
Tabatha Southey listens to Tom Lukiwski.
This week in the House, Tom Lukiwski, the Parliamentary Secretary to the Government House Leader, offered up a 20-Questions-rules defence of International Co-operation Minister
During debate yesterday following the Speaker’s ruling, Conservative Tom Lukiwski, the parliamentary secretary to the government House leader, expressed his reverence for our parliamentary system.
On his first point, does
After John McKay, Paul Dewar and Pierre Paquette rose on points of privilege yesterday, several more points were made after QP today, including the government’s response via Tom Lukiwski, the
How many number one priorities can the government have?
More than one, it seems.