OTTAWA—One of the very real challenges that new parliamentary participants must overcome is the general lack of absolutes, and the reliance on precedent and custom inherent in the system. In other words, you have to know what you don’t know in order to know what you don’t know, and the recursive nature of this cycle can sometimes lead to problems. One area where this lack of clarity almost always causes confusion is in the role of the parliamentary secretary (PS).
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