Liberals’ repeal of Tory laws about ‘repaying political favours,’ says Scheer

This week, the House is to debate the government’s labour, sick-leave reforms, Conservative opposition motion and will face questions over economy and revised ISIS mission.

Most Liberal legislation so far has involved repealing the previous government's laws, though Government House Leader Dominic LeBlanc defended commitments to repeal previous legislation as important initiatives because the previous government's legislation was not 'in the interest of Canadians.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright


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