As parties attempt to hash out a workable sitting plan, the House administration has been working behind the scenes to test the voting app for potential glitches.
Government House Leader Pablo Rodriguez, pictured May 13, 2020, is leading negotiations with his opposition counterparts on the terms under which Parliament will sit amid the global pandemic. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Political parties are still at odds over the adoption of hybrid sittings to allow for remote voting amid the pandemic, a new survey of MPs suggests.
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What is and isn’t considered a subsidy is politically charged. The government and industry are both likely to dispute or take issue with the inclusion of some, or many, of the programs to the group's tally.
New prescribed policies, procedures forced people to think about how they were acting, creating a 'profound' change in terms of staff understanding how they need to relate in the workplace, says the PMO's Marci Surkes.