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Mike Duffy senate scandal

It was called "Project AMBLE."
More than anything, it leads me back to the bigger question of whether the Senate is relevant at all. In my work as a small business lobbyist, I've met dozens of senators over the years, and many are wonderful people who take their appointment seriously and try to take on important public policy issues or causes. But do the costs outweigh the benefits? And if we do need a Senate, is the current structure delivering?
But the private notes inside those diaries also reveal the picayune details of the pedestrian life of a Canadian political
It's a terribly sad day for Parliament when a member of the Senate gets hauled before the criminal courts to face 31 charges of fraud, bribery and breach of trust. The formal trial of Mike Duffy is about to begin. The damage Duffy has done flows directly from the fact that he was a duly appointed Senator. So who put him there? Who gave him that position? Stephen Harper cannot escape responsibility. He demonstrated enormously bad judgment in making Duffy a Senator. Canadians need their Prime Minister to provide fulsome, accurate answers.
As the Senate continued to mull over motions to suspend Senators Mike Duffy, Patrick Brazeau and Pamela Wallin over the expense
Senator Mike Duffy testified before the Senate on Monday Oct. 28. The following are his remarks: I come here today, against
Canadian political watchers were taken aback when senator Mike Duffy turned his rhetorical guns on the Prime Minister's Office
Senator Mike Duffy's claim that he received $90,000 from Nigel Wright as part of a "monstrous political scheme" orchestrated
While tourists were enjoying the splendours of Parliament Hill this summer, behind the scenes RCMP investigators were secretly
New information revealed in documents filed by the RCMP about Senator Mike Duffy’s expenses raises new questions. They range