As parties attempt to hash out a workable sitting plan, House administration has been working behind the scenes to test the voting app for potential glitches.
Plus, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appoints longtime bureaucrat Iain Stewart as the new president of the Public Health Agency of Canada, after the sudden resignation of Tina Namiesniowski last Friday.
Plus, the ethics commissioner says several officials can't engage in official dealings with David MacNaughton.
Plus, former Conservative leadership candidate Leslyn Lewis eyes a run in Haldimand-Norfolk, Ont., a riding that has long been held by the Conservatives and a seat that will be vacated by the incumbent MP.
Plus, the Canadian Labour Congress is mounting a lobbying effort to influence the feds' planned overhaul of the EI system in the face of the pandemic.
Another lengthier process would have PROC report back to Parliament with committee assignments within 10 sitting days.
Plus, Ottawa has moved to certify a class action suit that the Assembly of First Nations filed in February regarding the funding of child welfare services
Plus, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says decriminalization of drugs 'not a silver bullet' in fighting opioid crisis, as overdose deaths spike amid the pandemic.