Complete Macleans.ca coverage of the Conservative government’s crisis of confidence – from rumour to reality to rampant speculation.
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Godspeed and farewell, NSOC(tm)*
ITQ Political Book Club: A little light reading before the games begin …
Putting the FUn back into the Fiscal Update
And now for the fall economic update
Getting politics off the dole
Why Charest should be annoyed with Ottawa for threatening the Bloc
Prime Minister Dion?
Friday, November 28, 2008
I think it’s safe to say that has already happened, Minister.
“It’s going to be a long day.”
UPDATED: The day just got shorter. Or longer.
Harper plays chess… while Rome burns
The problem with talking…
One emergency at a time, please
Tyrannical Majority to PMO: Check.
Words to live by
And now a word from Her Excellency
Oz the Great And Terrible Speaks…hey, who’s that little guy behind the curtain?
And now a word from our current Prime Minister
Gosh, this could be interesting: The PM Speaks!
The Commons: ‘Sir, did you make a mistake?’
And again, it comes down to fundraising and organization.
UPDATED: A trip down minority government memory lane
Too much is never enough
Saturday, November 29, 2008
Sunday, November 30, 2008
State of play
Welcome to his nightmare: Jim Flaherty holds nooner conference call to chat with reporters about .. oh, you know. Stuff.
For Hill gamblers
Well, let’s just cut to the chase, shall we?
The case for change
None dare call it a desperate scramble to the lowest possible moral ground to stay in power!
The Tories made them do it
Her Majesty’s Official Opposition teams up with separatists to topple democratically elected government …
The Coalition of the Credulous
Breaking: NatNewsWatch reports deal reached for coalition government
You think it’s easy making rebel alliances?
NDP kinda-sorta-maybe threatens the media over “possibly illegal” recording?
Prime Minister John Baird
Prime Minister Iggy? Prorogation? The Rockies collapsing into a sea of boiling lava?
‘It was incredible to watch’