But the NDP wants Ethics Commissioner Bernard Shapiro to look into Belinda Stronach's floor-crossing and Paul Martin's role in it.
Grit House Leader Goodale predicts 'fundamental differences in philosophies' make for a 'lively House'
Former justice minister says Liberals brought in transparency to process
The Conservatives' plan to cancel the childcare agreements with the provinces will be one of its biggest tests in this minority government.
New Prime Minister Stephen Harper will likely put some water in his wine initially, but if he pushes a right-wing agenda, there are no natural allies among the three opposition parties.
The government rushed 13 bills through in one day before last week's dramatic defeat of the Liberal minority government. Critics say the move was undemocratic.
Ned Franks, a top expert on Parliament democracy, says the 38th Parliament had no 'knock-down, dragged out fight on public policy' issues.
The federal Liberals will undermine their own legislation if they force opposition parties to accept a recorded vote on four priority bills, says FCM.
Tory Sen. Kinsella is tabling legislation to repeal section 67 of Canadian Human Rights Act.
Conservatives aren't ruling out defeating the government late next month, in the seemingly never-ending game of political chicken on Parliament Hill.
The government says it can't meet the House's deadline to bring in major reforms to Canada's electoral system. And the government snuck its response in through the Commons Clerk's Office, not through the House of Commons.
If the Prime Minister has so much regard for MPs, then why did he and his government push all opposition days off to mid-November: Conservatives
The Senate shut down last week and won't be back until Oct. 18 because it has no bills to scrutinize.
The House is back, but the upcoming session won't have anything to do with legislative issues. It's all about the election.
An 'eminent persons panel' will now wade into the controversial fray on splitting up Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
The Conservatives say the government hasn't consulted with any of the parties since last June on the 'skimpy' House agenda, but the Government House Leader's Office says it's still working on the legislative game plan.
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.