House more cordial, but so far Liberals have thin legislative agenda: Scheer

Behind the scenes, Conservative House Leader Andrew Scheer says, the working relationship between House leaders is so far 'very, very cordial. I would even go so far as to say cooperative,' but he doesn’t think that’s translated into much getting done.

Kevin Lamoureux, left, parliamentary secretary to Government House Leader Dominic LeBlanc, right, says it will be a busy spring in the House as many cabinet ministers seek to get legislation introduced. The Hill Times photographs by Jake Wright


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