Whips met last week to talk about cooperation in this particularly testy minority Parliament but show no results.
Leading Parliamentary expert Ned Franks says this Parliament is one of the worst he's ever seen.
But House Speaker Peter Milliken calls it a 'crisis' in House of Commons committees on the Hill.
Bills are at a standstill at House committees.
Conservatives say no to progress on 'in and out' investigation so long as Liberal books closed, too.
If the omnibus crime Bill C-2 is not passed by March 1, Prime Minister Stephen Harper could head over to the GG's.
Liberals push for probe into Conservatives, but Tories criticize Grits for attempting to get around new election financing rules
Liberals suggest Conservatives want to delay Â´in and outÂ´ election spending probe until after another election.
Natural Resources reports 300 earthquakes in Ottawa-Gatineau since 1980
A downturn in the economy not a good time for incumbent government to go to polls, say political watchers
On The Take author Stevie Cameron withdrawn as a witness, NDP MP Pat Martin concerned testimony would damage her 'journalistic integrity.'
Commons committee looking into Mulroney-Schreiber Affair expects to finish its job by the end of February.
Industry Minister Jim Prentice calls Copyright Act 'fascinating'
Richard Rumas, clerk of House Ethics Committee, a 33-year veteran.
Grit MP Paul Szabo defends committee, says it got more in first three hours than the RCMP got in 10 years.'
Democracy Watch says Elections Canada hasn't looked closely enough at print advertising expenses for other parties
If passed, Bill C-22 would take effect after the 2011 census. House would be boosted to 330 seats after 2012.
Chief Government Whip Jay Hill says, 'We're not doing anything differently under the rules than any of the other parties.'
Tory Sen. Hugh Segal, who introduced motion to hold referendum, says he would vote against abolishing Senate in a referendum.