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PM Harper could visit Rideau Hall Sunday to dissolve Parliament

If the Conservative government falls on a Liberal non-confidence contempt of Parliament vote this Friday, MPs say Prime Minister Stephen Harper could wait an extra day to trigger an election. Liberal MP John McCallum says he 'wouldn’t put it past him in order to get the extra days of taxpayer-funded ads.'

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To the polls, or not: Prime Minister Stephen Harper could call an election this Sunday if his government falls on a non-confidence vote in the House on Friday.

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PM Harper could visit Rideau Hall Sunday to dissolve Parliament

If the Conservative government falls on a Liberal non-confidence contempt of Parliament vote this Friday, MPs say Prime Minister Stephen Harper could wait an extra day to trigger an election. Liberal MP John McCallum says he 'wouldn’t put it past him in order to get the extra days of taxpayer-funded ads.'

The Hill Times Photograph by Jake Wright
To the polls, or not: Prime Minister Stephen Harper could call an election this Sunday if his government falls on a non-confidence vote in the House on Friday.

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Monday, May 4, 2015
HILL LIFE & PEOPLE SLIDESHOWS
Famous 5 Ottawa recognizes Wynne as a nation builder May 1, 2015

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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne arriving at the NAC on Thursday, April 30, 2015. She was being recognized as a nation builder by Famous 5 Ottawa.

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Premier Wynne making a grand entrance to a standing ovation of Hill women on Thursday, April 30.

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Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson going in for a handshake with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne.

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Famous 5 Ottawa's founding chair Isabel Metcalfe and Malini Giridhar, vice-president of gas supply and business development at Enbridge. Ms Wynne joins a growing list of women who have been recognized for their leadership and courage in advancing equality.

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Maclean's journalists Paul Wells and Michael Petrou.

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