Critics say there's still uncertainty around whether Canadians will encounter greater scrutiny when crossing the U.S. border. There's also the question of when the government will implement its cost-recovery regime.
After a series of open hearings at the start of the fall sitting, the House Justice Committee is scheduled to meet in camera. The committee has been considering reforms to the feds' justice reform bill.
MPs unanimously voted in favour of stripping Aung San Suu Kyi of her honorary citizenship over her inaction in condemning the atrocities that the Rohingya are experiencing in Myanmar.
The storm made for a memorable few days for local MPs and Hill staffers, including one who was forced to get married by candlelight.
Prime MinisterÂ Justin Trudeau is still in NY for the UN General Assembly, where he's been hobnobbing with world leaders in the hopes of courting votes as Canada seeks a UN Security Council bid in 2020, but he'll be back
Public Safety MinisterÂ Ralph Goodale andÂ Karen McCrimmon, his parliamentary secretary, will be touring the areas devastated by the tornadoes that struck the Ottawa-Gatineau region.
Some industry observers say there are rumblings that the announcement on the CSC project could happen in a few weeks' time, but Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan says he hopes a decision will come 'by the end of the year.'
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland are poised to deliver separate addresses at the UN, with Ms. Freeland assigned to address member states at the GA.Â