“It is likely to take months before we are truly through this,” the prime minister acknowledged.
The bill will ensure federal judges are “actually competent” in sexual assault law, Ambrose says.
His speech included a bipartisan nod to the prime minister.
Recent judgments highlight how Canada’s court system perpetuates rape myths, despite the push for change.
Romeo Saganash's UNDRIP bill will die in the Senate because of partisan tactics.
The window to pass legislation is closing.
A HuffPost Canada investigation.
Dane Lloyd says his views have changed since 2009.
They've been pals for a long time.
By electing Andrew Scheer as the new federal leader, members of Stephen Harper's party have sent a clear signal that they still embrace the policies of their former leader, if not his style. Indeed, the general consensus coming out of the weekend convention is that Scheer "represents no radical change from the Harper era, he doesn't challenge Conservative orthodoxy."