The government has officially apologized to Chinese, Japanese and Ukrainian Canadians. Why not Italian-Canadians, asks Grit MP Massimo Pacetti.
Conservatives are criticized for showing no political will to lead on poverty issues, but Tories say they have to be realistic.
Government House Leader Jay Hill says, 'A small party like the NDP can basically tie up a piece of legislation forever.'
Conservative MP Scott Reid says the principle of representation by population would be the main reason for the bill.
Commons to vote on Liberals' non-confidence vote, NDP likely to support it.
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty to table his budget update report. Grits to vote against Tories.
Libs to table non-confidence motion on Sept. 30 or Oct. 1, but say the government wants to trigger an election. Tories say Liberals are to blame.
If the government's not defeated in the first week, the Libs will have other opportunities this month.
House session marked by 'name-calling, bullying, and mean-spiritedness.'
While the government says 80 per cent of $29-billion for one year is 'already being implemented,' only 65.2 per cent of the allocated money has actually begun to flow.
The Conservatives hope to move as many law and order bills through the legislative process as they possibly can before the House is scheduled to adjourn on June 23.
Faced with the government's rich campaign advertising machine, the federal Liberals call for some restrictions.
The House confidence vote will likely take place between June 16-18, says Government House Leader Jay Hill.
The Tories have been in power for more than three years, and still don't have a plan.
And commissioner of environment Scott Vaughan to release first audit of climate change plans under Kyoto Implementation Act.
Party Under the Stars was held on Feb. 3 at Ottawa City Hall. Conservative MPs Erin O'Toole and Steven Blaney dancing with performer Jully Black.
Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, Party Under the Stars organizer Cheri Elliott, National Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, and Chief Government Whip Andrew Leslie.
Environics' Louis Charles Roy, Greg MacEachern, and their newest hire Chris McCluskey.
The crowd inside the Sir John A. Macdonald Building on Feb. 3.
Liberal MPs Joyce Murray, Sukh Dhaliwal, and Hedy Fry with B.C. Premier Christy Clark.
B.C. Liberal MP Joe Peschisolido and Premier Christy Clark.