The Senate may be moved to the Government Conference Centre for 10 years beginning in 2018, an alternative interim space for the Senate when construction begins on Centre Block.
Criticized by the government for providing good, solid analysis ever since he started the job five years ago, Kevin Page talks about his job as Canada’s first Parliamentary budget officer. His last day was Friday.
The winner will be announced on Feb. 28 as part of the Canadian Journalism Foundation’s J-Talk to be held at the Exchange Tower in downtown Toronto.
PBO Kevin Page says Mostafa Askari, Sahir Khan, Chris Matier are all interested in the high-pressure job.
Tory MP Corneliu Chisu’s ‘blackest week’ during his seven months as a combat engineer in Kandahar in 2007 was when nine Canadian soldiers were killed in seven days.
NDP MP Alexandre Boulerice says his knees used to shake when he stood in Question Period. Not anymore.
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May and her nine-person office submitted 320 amendments and some 302 were deemed in order. Behind those amendments were two staffers.
There are more than 4,000 delegates, almost 700 media, 18 video screens and a reported 55,659 people have voted in advance thus far.
Women want to change the structure of the system to encourage women to run. But they also want to make the Hill more female-friendly.
Stephen Maher and Glen McGregor say they are a little surprised at how big their robocalls story got.
‘He was a classic photojournalist,’ says CBC TV’s Mike De Paul.
Illustrious CTV reporter Craig Oliver, 72, has been a reporter for 50 years, is legally blind, and has a few stories to tell. There’s no stopping this newshound.
Paul Litt says former prime minister John Turner was the right man at the wrong time.
Lowell Murray recently said Parliament has given up its most vital power, that the impartial public service is no more, and that political parties have been lost to a central party apparatus.
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, Treasury Board President Tony Clement will be big players and Junior Finance Minister Ted Menzies to act as ‘lynchpin’ between the two.
They're scared, as they should be, this is a scary place, says NDP pundit Ian Capstick.
The AG's office took the unusual measure of issuing a subpoena to Ms. Ouimet after she skipped an appointment with auditors on Nov. 9, 2009, which was scheduled more than a month in advance.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper does not hold full regular Cabinet meetings, only for QP strategy, but full Cabinet has met a few times a year at Willson House and Montebello.
It's the quickest turnaround between an election and a House resumption in 20 years.