The PM expelled two MPs from his caucus last year of allegations of misconduct.
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Patrick Brown says his caucus member has apologized.
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They say they absolutely believe Canadian men and women should receive equal pay for equal work.
The move gives more weight to efforts by grassroots LGBT Tories.
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But the government says there's nothing to worry about.
The government is taking "exceptional measures" to provide welcome kits to Syrian refugees, but the suppliers of goods and services will be kept secret for security reasons. Remi Lariviere, a spokesp...
Michelle Rempel wondered if the same remark would have been made to a man.
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Interim party leader Rona Ambrose, who will also be critic for the status of women, also carved out some new files for the cabinet.
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Former cabinet minister Candice Bergen hopes the prime minister will change his mind on "fighting and on refugees."
Although the Conservatives find themselves preparing for a shift back into the opposition benches after nearly 10 years, the party didn't incur a loss great enough to warrant a rethinking of its approach to politics. The loss of seats was, in part, a response to Harper -- it was an anti-Harper vote. So, the loss of seats may not be as devastating a signal for the party's ideology or organization as it might first appear. There comes a time for the electorate when [leadership] turnover is necessary.
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It comes with an $80,000 pay bump.
Says Michelle Rempel: "I am competent, proven, and ready. Here’s the question – are you ready for someone like me?"
They are quite possibly the next top-tier of cabinet, or else the front bench of a future opposition shadow cabinet.
Two federal cabinet ministers took to Twitter to share their thoughts on a Tim Hortons controversy this week, but not on a landmark report into Canada's residential school system. Alberta Conservative...