The 40th Parliament began with a moment of unprecedented democratic intrigue and may soon end similarly. The House returns this morning at 11 and there are various pieces in play, or potentially in play: a budget, a contempt finding against the Harper government, a contempt finding against International Cooperation Minister Bev Oda, a budget amendment, a motion of non-confidence and a vote on the government’s financial estimates.
Oh, and there’s a military campaign against Libya to be discussed.
Greg Weston has a comprehensive accounting of what may happen when.
Looking for more?
Get the best of Maclean's sent straight to your inbox. Sign up for news, commentary and analysis.