Three bills passed by the House of Commons had their fates decided by the Senate on the eve of Canada Day -- one was pushed through by the Conservative majority, while the other two died without a word being spoken.
New Democrat MPs who are on the hook for $2.7 million for allegedly using parliamentary resources for partisan purposes now face the prospect of having their expense claims denied by the House of Commons.
There are smarter ways to spend scarce defence dollars that could save $10 billion over the next 12 years while at the same time boosting Canada's military capabilities, a report released Monday concludes.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau weighed in Monday on a Conservative attack ad that makes use of Islamic State propaganda. Trudeau said he will let Canadians decide “if they want a government that uses terrorism as a way to find political advantages.”