The House is seized with new allegations
The Senate might never change, but here is what might
Acquisitions of Nexen and Progress Energy will go through
After opposition MPs repeatedly pressed Diane Finley about a problem with the Harper government’s employment insurance reforms, the Human Resources Minister announces “adjustments.”
The Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Human
The PM, it seems, has a conversation with a premier every 9.7 days on average
Mike Moffatt responds to Wayne Easter’s defence of supply management, specifically the concern that eliminating supply management would open the Canadian market to cows that have been treated with growth
Wayne Easter defends supply management.
By eliminating supply management and opening our border to “cheap” milk and dairy products we would be doing indirectly what is illegal directly, namely placing
Despite—indeed, because of—Wayne Easter’s statement that no Nazi salute was made during last week’s C-38 votes, Joe Oliver rose after QP today to press the case, alleging that Mr. Easter
Wayne Easter says no such gesture was made during last week’s C-38 votes.
In speaking with The Guardian, Easter said he pointed at Harper because the prime minister was bowing
Picking up where the discussion left off yesterday, Nathan Cullen returned to his point of privilege this afternoon after QP, repeating his concern that MPs are not receiving the information
Beyond the matter of the toy shuttles and beneath the daily debate over the F-35 procurement, there is an intriguing dispute playing out in the House.
Nearly a month ago
The NDP leader passed away at his home early this morning
(About something else entirely)
On the occasion of Chrétien’s portrait unveiling, Harper uncovers a ‘deep, enduring consensus’
In terms of what a compromise might look like, we refer again to some of the options already explored for establishing a forum that might safely review sensitive documents. The
From QP this morning, Wayne Easter attempts to put two and two together. Or connect the dots. Or whatever the appropriate phrase is here.
Mr. Speaker, Richard Colvin is a
After a week off to accommodate all that thinking in Montreal, here is the return of our weekly, and wholly arbitrary, ranking of the ten most worthy, or at least