Don't Let Truth Be a Casualty of Democracy

They say that truth is one of the first casualties of war, but it should not be a casualty in the daily war of words we see in the House of Commons. The public may disagree with what you say, we may argue about the facts you tell us or how you interpret them, but remember that your words will still be there for others to see and read decades from now. We are listening, so at least tell us the truth.

Robocalls Scandal Takes House By Storm

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Stephen Harper tried to distance himself from accusations Monday that his Conservative Party was responsible for widespread electoral fraud during the 2011 federal campaign. ND...