Thursday, June 29, 2017
Canada's food, like its people, is a multicultural mishmash. 'As we welcome new Canadians, they bring their own recipe books with them and we get some adaptations,' says Liberal Sen. Terry Mercer.
The Liberals pulled back on ad spending after the former Harper government attracted criticism for allegedly using government money for partisan-tinged public awareness campaigns.
The current appointment process could see only PMO, PCO staff on the selection committee for Charles Robert's replacement.
'There’s a lot of people undecided; there’s no obvious candidate standing out,' says Steve Moran, a former deputy chief of staff to the leader.
All House committees spent $3.26-million in 2016-17, more than double the $1.49-million recorded in 2012-13, the next largest total of the past five years.
Canadian company Simply Voting, which is conducting the online NDP leadership vote, said the 'high level of security surrounding the voting system outweighs the security threat.'
Independent Senator Stephen Greene says it's critical to engage Canadians in the Senate's legislative review work, and bringing better structure to the Senate debates would be a way to achieve that goal.
The government is 'stymied ... by a block of partisan Conservatives who vote against the government every chance they can': PM.
Government House Leader Bardish Chagger talks about the Senate, balancing two cabinet portfolios, and a prorogation.
'Obviously he hasn’t read it,' Grit MP Hedy Fry says of PM Justin Trudeau dismissing part of a committee report that suggested new taxes on internet service providers.
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