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Senators, government in another time-sensitive showdown — this time over the Indian Act

OTTAWA — Senators are once again defiantly challenging the Trudeau government on legislation that’s facing a court-imposed time crunch.

The government is trying to make senators feel like “Chicken Little,” but the sky won’t fall based on Senate amendments, Liberal Sen. 698 more words


Decision on Sentor's fate looms amid new allegations

The Senate’s ethics committee, pondering a range of sanctions from reprimanding Sen. Don Meredith to his outright expulsion is to meet on Tuesday to go over its draft report on the punishment he’ll face for having a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old girl. 374 more words


Senator Patrick Brazeau acquitted of drunk-driving charges dating back to 2014

Sen. Patrick Brazeau has been acquitted of drunk-driving charges that date back to 2014.

The news was confirmed by the court clerk at the courthouse in Gatineau in western Quebec. 112 more words


The fight: How Justin Trudeau outclassed Patrick Brazeau five years ago in a boxing match for the ages

Justin Trudeau slipped through the tricolour ropes and climbed into the ring as an underdog. He stood in the ballroom of an east Ottawa hotel, five kilometres from Parliament Hill and 12 months out from his election as Liberal Party leader. 1,736 more words


City of Ottawa hit with smackdown over wrestler's firing

A local wrestler once recruited by the WWE can work again for the City of Ottawa after an arbitration panel reversed his firing from an Orléans recreation centre. 691 more words

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Patrick Brazeau back in Senate: 'I'd be lying if I said that I wasn't bitter

Senator Patrick Brazeau says he’s still battling personal demons and some lingering bitterness as he re-takes his seat in the Senate, but he nevertheless feels lucky to be alive. 538 more words


Patrick Brazeau on the Senate: 'I'm going to work darn hard to make sure that place gets cleaned up'

OTTAWA — Sen. Patrick Brazeau reopened his Parliament Hill office Thursday looking heavier, greyer and unmistakably bitter over the political and criminal spectacle that bloodied him for nearly four years. 809 more words