Venezuela and Saudi Arabia have the biggest oil reserves in the world and about the same population. But one country is rich and one is poor. Why?
The Globe and Mail reporter Laura Stone, Justice Minister Jody-Wilson Raybould, and Conservative MP Andrew Scheer. The House Affairs Committee is studying the question of parliamentary privilege related to the ‘premature disclosure of the contents of Bill C-14’ in an April 12 story Ms. Stone, which was followed by CBC The National’s report that evening. The Hill Times photographs by Jake Wright
Conservative MP Blake Richards says the government leaked details of the bill to manage the controversial bill.
New Advisory Board members from Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and British Columbia will be appointed to help fill vacancies for those provinces.
Individual women who are elected should not have to internalize a feeling of vulnerability on the basis of a nefarious Facebook post, verbal threat, or other incident. They absolutely should not be left to deal with it on their own.
In the case of Bill C-14, the Senate added in a positive way to the public discourse on this most difficult subject that affects all of us. As time goes on, we will have a better idea if this oddly-composed Senate effectively performs the Sober Second Thought role originally envisaged for it. Bill C-14 may just be one case but so far, so good, Senators.