"We are now looking at long-term options."
$528,000 is still outstanding.
The Senate has set a deadline of Friday for repayment.
14 former, current senators are still on the hook.
Six more senators have paid back money they owed from filing "questionable" or ineligible expenses, yet some $660,000 is still outstanding — and the Senate could soon take legal action to collect the...
Jason Szenes/EPA via CP
An independent arbitrator doesn't impute any bad motives to any of the senators involved.
Tom Hanson/The Canadian Press
It's reported that the RCMP won't press charges against 24 of 30 current and ex-senators.
The special arbitrator tasked with evaluating the questionable expense claims of more than a dozen Canadian senators held a two-day session with participants last week and will begin focusing on indiv...
OTTAWA - Auditor general Michael Ferguson says there are about 30 senators who will be found to have dubious expense claims, including close to 10 who may be referred to the RCMP.Ferguson confirmed th...
The prime minister's controversial decision to appoint Justice Marc Nadon to the Supreme Court of Canada hasn't come cheap. Anticipating debate over the nomination, the government sought to...
Bill Bennett, minister responsible for the B.C. government's core review, is trying his darndest lately to reassure British Columbians that the government "has no plans to dismantle" the Agricultural Land Commission and that much of the speculation was simply the result of government "brainstorming." That's nice. Doesn't mean much in government-speak, but it sounds comforting. It's what comes next that should be of concern. In an interview with the Globe and Mail on Tuesday, Bennett confirmed that the Commission would, however, be subject to the government's core review.