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eric grenier

Could the last week of the Ontario provincial election campaign decide the outcome? It’s been difficult for polls to gauge
The latest allegations related to the gas plant scandal in Ontario may have pushed Tim Hudak’s Progressive Conservatives
Stephen Harper seems poised to lose a Tory seat in a byelection for the first time, as another poll shows former cabinet
In Parliament, the one-minute Standing Order 31 was designed to give MPs an opportunity to highlight something of importance in their riding. By 2008 there was increasing pressure to use more of the SO 31s as attack pieces (sometimes all of them) to get the government talk points out. Today, this has become pretty much standard practice. In my opinion this has been one of the contributing factors to the caustic atmosphere you now see on a daily basis in the House of Commons.