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A bill seeking amendment to the Punjab Assembly Act 1972 is likely to be tabled in the house on Thursday (today) to empower the speaker to order production of any in-custody assembly member for a sitting of the house or a committee. With the approval
Video video What it comes down to is that my mother is dying, the Kitchener Centre MP said in a telephone interview. She's 90 and I understand that is has to happen but the circumstances of it are not nice and it has really weighed me down so I am
Grillingsmotives and reasons Few days ago, while being at a diwaniya, a man asked a question about the reasons that make National Assembly members compete for presenting grilling motions against ministers, especially those new, who did not complete
The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Jun. 05 2012, 7:03 PM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Jun. 05 2012, 7:11 PM EDT On June 18, the Rt...John Turner is scheduled to speak at the Economic Club in Montreal, marking the 50th anniversary of his first
The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency is unable to say whether the Harper government's proposed budget legislation would have sped up past reviews of projects that ran into lengthy delays. A list of 44 "completed" project reviews on the agency'
The Canadian Press Published Tuesday, Jun. 05 2012, 5:53 PM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Jun. 05 2012, 5:55 PM EDT The NDP has been ordered to pay back money collected from union-sponsored events at their national convention last year. Events at the
Opposition parties are planning to force several days of non-stop, House of Commons votes on amendments to the federal government's massive budget implementation bill. And New Democrats are warning the majority government could be defeated if
Achaporn was reacting to the order by the Constitution Court to suspend the third reading of the charter change bill until the completion of a judicial inquiry into the constitutionality of the bill. The bill was previously scheduled for its final
The severe criticism that followed the state's tabling of a toothless housing regulatory bill in the last assembly session has forced the government to make a few amendments in the original form of the bill, aimed at protecting consumer interests.
One year after he was chosen as Speaker of the House of Commons, Andrew Scheer said he has brought a quiet approach to enforcing discipline among wayward MPs and that decorum in the chamber has improved. The Regina Qu'Appelle MP made the comments in