Prorogation primer: which bills wouldn’t survive a pre-fall reset
A handful of government priorities are stuck in Parliament over the summer, along with nearly a dozen dead-bills-walking.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau's pension reform bill, C-27, will be one to watch if the government decides to refresh its legislative agenda with a pre-fall prorogation. Mr. Morneau was accused by the opposition Conservatives of being in a conflict of interest when he sponsored the bill, but the federal ethics commissioner recently cleared him on that front. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade