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Marjory LeBreton

The upper chamber scrapped a provision authorizing random roadside breathalyzer tests.
A group of senators, including a Conservative, say senators David Tkachuk and Marjory LeBreton should step down from a committee
OTTAWA — While the Senate Liberal caucus was busy telling Canadians how it plans to remove the shackles of partisan politics
The documents, filed as part of the RCMP's criminal investigation, make it clear the RCMP's lead investigator, Cpl. Greg
OTTAWA — Mike Duffy and Pamela Wallin were given reassurances that they would not be kicked out of the Senate — even if they
Pamela Walllin, Mike Duffy and Patrick Brazeau have gained some new public defenders after a week of debate in the Senate
Senator Marjory LeBreton is in her final days as Canada's substitute prime minister because when Stephen Harper shuffles
Conservative Senate Leader Marjory LeBreton has decided to step down from her cabinet role, but vows to remain an active
OTTAWA — Senators should have all their travel and hospitality expenses posted online for everyone to see, says Conservative
OTTAWA — If the Conservative government wants a full scale audit of the Senate by the Auditor General of Canada, the Liberals