Madeleine Meilleur served as Ontario attorney general.
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Tory leadership hopeful has faced whisper campaign, too.
Meanwhile, John McCain is playing good cop.
"This is a constitutional fight in which I will not engage."
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She's no fan of omnibus bills or time allocation.
Conservative defence critic James Bezan says he will table a non-binding motion in the House of Commons expressing a loss of confidence.
You can probably guess why.
These political analysts tell it like it is.
Robert-Falcon Ouellette says he wanted youth to really hear his message.
The Force is strong with this one.
Guest lists will be disclosed.
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Defence minister says he still has job to do.
He's been one of the celebrity businessman’s fiercest critics.
"The question is simple."
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"I never reached out to anybody because he put so much pressure on you … for you to not tell anybody."
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"Well done, @CanadaTrade ...well done"
"Everything relates to everything else when you're trying to negotiate."
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"At some point you’ve got to stop backing up."
They also don't get to "jump the queue" ahead of people in refugee camps.
The dinner was not on the president's public schedule.
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NDP MP Nathan Cullen says there's currently "no accountability" in the Senate.
"The Trump White House is indistinguishable from the Obama White House on dairy."
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"For me politics is about trust, and authenticity."
McKibben urged Trudeau’s gushing fans to “stop swooning” over the prime minister, whom he called a “disaster for the planet.”
Veteran MPs battle over 'integrity' of former minister.
The Toronto city councillor has gotten similar letters many times.
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A master class in public speaking.
Sean Spicer said Hitler didn't use chemical weapons at a press conference Tuesday.
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"I'm a politician. I don't talk to anyone without seeking attention."
Rona Ambrose says the senator's controversial comments do not reflect the party's position on residential schools.
Liberal MPs had the hour off, basically.