'I have a responsibility at some point to bring in amendments to the Parliament of Canada Act, for example, around opening up the Board of Internal Economy,' says Government House Leader Dominic LeBlanc.
'I think before you go and sign something you should have a better sense of what you are signing for,' says University of Ottawa professor Michael Geist.
'To delay the recall of Parliament, the official opposition won’t have the opportunity to hold the government accountable on issues like the [UN] climate change summit in Paris or the G20 meeting,' says Conservative MP Michael Chong.
'It certainly is not helpful when you’re negotiating with 11 other countries and they start to see that there’s these kinds of discussions at home. No one else is doing that at home within their country. We seem to be the only ones doing that and it does create problems for our negotiators at the table,' says Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz.
'It was just a lucky turn of events from the government’s point of view, that they were in a position to revoke Amara’s citizenship, and now that windfall has come to them they are going to exploit it as much as they can,' says Toronto lawyer John Norris.
Only 34 per cent of voting-age Canadians believe the Conservative election campaign announcement that the 'Life Means Life' bill will be a top priority is a genuine attempt to address violent crime, says a Forum Research poll.
‘I think this is going to be a big election issue,’ says NDP MP Ruth Ellen Brosseau.
The Forum Research poll showed that Quebecers, Canadians aged 55 to 64 and those who earn $60,000 to $80,000 are more likely to support the Liberal plan. The poll also found that 40 per cent of Conservative voters and 39 per cent of NDP voters support the Liberal plan.
Senate Liberals, three Conservatives vote against controversial union financial transparency bill.
Political gamesmanship, personalities all played into talks that lasted all week.
Great Work Systems' Jen Hunter, Bluesky's Elizabeth Gray-Smith, and CMA's Kristen Smith.
Attendees at the Tuesday, Jan. 27 event filled the glass atrium of the Performance Court Building adjoining to the back of Beckta restaurant on Elgin Street. A DJ was playing upbeat tunes all evening.
Bluesky's Susan Smith, CHEO CEO Alex Munter, Bluesky's Elizabeth Gray-Smith, and CMA's Kristin Smith.
NSERC President Mario Pinto talking to Phil Fontaine, former AFN national chief.
Bruce Heyman speaking with Huawei's Scott Bradley, and Liberal transition head Peter Harder.
Liberal MP Kim Rudd talks to Huffington Post Canada's Althia Raj.
Director of Communications to the House Speaker, Heather Bradley.
Bluesky Strategy's Codie Taylor, and Emily Smith in behind.
Kyle Harrietha, left, a staffer to Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna.
Mike Storeshaw, director of media relations to interim Conservative Party Leader Rona Ambrose.