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The prime minister should not have gone into the crowd in the first place. It is not his duty to get members back in their seats to vote, as he was doing with the Official Opposition Whip Mr. Gord Brown. While his actions were inappropriate: He did not push, attack or harm a woman.
Something got lost in all this childish behaviour, especially once Tom Mulcair transitioned from apparently laughing at Trudeau losing his cool to losing his own cool and screaming that the Prime Minister was "pathetic" for accidentally elbowing NDP MP Ruth Ellen Brosseau in the chest... What got lost was the bill they were debating, Bill C-14, the government's assisted-dying legislation. And it fell further from prominence once the NDP, the party that allegedly wants to make this bill better, saw an opportunity to use the accident as political leverage against the Prime Minister and perhaps for their own leadership ambitions.
"I was elbowed in the chest by the prime minister."
And New Democrats charge the government's budget bill is omnibus legislation.
Niki Ashton was unhappy with what Trudeau told a group of U.S. students.
I'll remember the absolute grace and humility with which Tom Mulcair addressed the crowd following the vote, calling on us to leave the convention strong and united, and to focus on continuing to be the party that dreams no small dreams.
Caucus to meet on Wednesday.
EI wait times top list of government service complaints.
"We have a lot of work ahead of us, and the leadership review is part of that."
60,000 women say they were denied claims.
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They also have a bad opinion of him.
But a Liberal minister is warning that not all campaign pledges will make it into the budget.
A defeated MP says he isn't sure if Mulcair should stay on as leader.
The RCMP apologized on Monday for the comparing Idle No More to “bacteria” in an internal report obtained by APTN News. “It is unfortunate that one of our employees has referred in an internal e-mail...