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Unpacking the Politics of Trudeau's 'Elbowgate'

The prime minister “fouled the legislature” by physically intervening in an NDP blockade in the House of Commons last week, says one veteran Hill journalist, and the story isn’t going to be going away anytime soon. 289 more words


Will Canadian doctors grant assisted death without a new law?

Canadian doctors and nurses are going to find themselves in a “very difficult situation” come June 6 if the government doesn’t manage to pass new legislation on assisted dying, says the vice-president of the Canadian Medical Association. 422 more words


Assisted-death deadline looms in the Senate

Fifteen days.

That’s how long the government of Canada now has to legislate medically-assisted dying before seeking medical help to end your life is no longer illegal in Canada. 372 more words


Transcript Season 5 Episode 35


Episode 35, Season 5

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Host: Tom Clark

Guests: Mark Holland, Scott Reid, Nathan Cullen, Harjit Sajjan… 4,575 more words


'Plane Talk' with Catherine McKenna: On her best election day memory and Canada's green future

Catherine McKenna is among 338 MPs currently sitting in the House of Commons but she’s the only one who goes to work almost every day in her own riding. 373 more words


Pictures showing faces of special forces in Iraq followed protocol, says defence minister

Images of Canadian Special Forces troops in Iraq that were recently made public had been approved by the Canadian military, says Canada’s defence minister, and they do not pose a danger to the men and women on the ground. 324 more words