‘Everyone knows I’m a pro-life Member of Parliament’
Climate change can wait
One part of the In-and-Out scandal came to an end with the Conservatives pleading guilty and claiming victory.
Romeo Saganash clarified himself and touted his skill. Niki Ashton asserted herself.
On second thought, Maxime Bernier isn’t even vaguely critical of Michael Ferguson’s appointment to auditor general.
Later, when The Globe asked for an interview with the minister over his concerns
Through a spokesman, Maxime Bernier kind of sort of says something that might be considered a mild indication of some kind of dissent.
“While Minister Bernier would have preferred that
The Prime Minister says he is profoundly saddened by Nycole Turmel’s associations with sovereignists.
“I think it’s very disappointing,” Harper said when asked about Turmel by reporters while handing out
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The Globe and Mail discovers that Nycole Turmel was a member of the Bloc Quebecois.
According to information obtained by The Globe and Mail,
Rae encourages May
On the first day back, Green Leader Elizabeth May found herself in the last seat
Maxime Bernier notes his cabinet appointment.
Small businesses, including those in Canada’s tourism sector, are the backbone of our economy. Entrepreneurship and economic development are topics that I have felt
Welcome to live coverage of this morning’s cabinet shuffle, wherein we find out which backbenchers we have to pretend to take more seriously for the next little while.
At this year’s Politics & the Pen gala, Anna Porter took home the $25 000 Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for political writing for her book The Ghosts of Europe: Journeys Through
An anonymous Conservative explains Maxime Bernier.
“It’s useful in inspiring the base and broadening public debate,” said one Conservative. “He’s mostly harmless, especially since the media knows he doesn’t speak
Maxime Bernier doubles down on his criticism of Bill 101.
Some people say I am not a “real Quebecer” and are accusing me of “attacking Quebec” simply because I want
The maverick from Beauce reassures everyone that he has not wavered in his maverickness.
As I have said and written several times over the past months, I believe that the
Whatever has been said about federal funding for a hypothetical arena for a hypothetical NHL team—and whatever you make of whatever has been said—the government is apparently still thinking about
The maverick backbencher manages the neat trick of stating his opposition to the government’s plans for a national securities regulator, while preemptively blaming the Quebec government if such a thing
After a week away, our weekly, and wholly arbitrary, ranking of the ten most worthy, or at least entertaining, MPs returns. A celebration of all that is great and ridiculous