With pressure mounting on Jagmeet Singh to enter the House of Commons at the earliest opportunity, the rookie NDP leader is apparently seriously considering a run for Thomas Mulcair’s soon-to-be-vacant Outremont seat. […]
The United Conservatives are calling for MLAs to stand together against the federal Liberal government’s Bill C-69, which they say would make it more difficult for new pipeline projects to get approved, putting a key driver of Alberta’s economy and the thousands of jobs that depend on it in jeopardy. […]
That was a fast retreat.
On Tuesday, Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced plans to implement a national pharmacare system. But a day later, Morneau revealed that whatever he’s planning, it is not pharmacare.
All governments live by a clock. It typically starts ticking loudly in the third year of a majority mandate, when there is still time to put in place the structural elements of a re-election platform. The next-to-last Liberal budget of the current Parliament begins to lift the veil on the ruling party’s pre-election mindset. […]
Like all politicians, Finance Minister Bill Morneau deserves to be judged.
Elected legislators – particularly those appointed to cabinet – have a responsibility to voters. It makes sense that those voters keep an eye on them. […]