Problem with Question Period is there’s too much of it

The current daily spectacle is an embarrassing exhibition that is practically devoid of content. It is difficult to attribute any purpose to this bizarre phenomenon that is actually reflected in the event.

Some might think that having Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spend more time in Question Period would bring more accountability to government. Basia Puszkar writes that this would not work. Photograph by Adam Scotti in the Prime Minister's Office


PUBLISHED : Monday, June 20, 2016 12:00 AM

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