Conservative MP Michelle Rempel Garner slams Health Minister Patty Hajdu during debate in the House of Commons.
The proposed bill would disallow "persons whose sole underlying medical condition is a mental illness" to be 'eligible for medical assistance in dying."
The Liberal and NDP members of a House of Commons committee voted on Tuesday to deny another attempt by the committee's Conservative members to get to the bottom of the WE Charity Scandal.
Chris Bryant, a Labour MP in the British Parliament, nominated Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden for a Nobel Peace Prize this year.
Trudeau's government wants just a limited number of the 338 MPs to return to Ottawa, with the majority taking part online, potentially via their cellphones.
Many MPs are worried about both the health and economic situations of Canada, and fear that there isn’t a proper plan in place to deal with these two looming problems.
Rather than make-do with the large number of days he has off, Trudeau is even skipping the rare sitting days, staying on vacation as the House returns.
Just like the Scorpion in Aesop's Fable, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau can't seem to help himself. It's in his nature to use the power of his office to enrich himself, reward his friends, and punish his critics.
Former Parliamentary watchdog Mary Dawson says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau might have a "blind spot" on ethical matters.
CPC leadership candidate Leslyn Lewis confirmed in an interview with The Post Millennial on Tuesday that she would seek a seat in federal Parliament.
Yesterday, Parliamentary said it will not take the N-word from its federal website. The word is used in a poem by the former poet laureate of Parliament.
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh has been kicked out of the House of Commons today after refusing to apologize for calling a Bloc Quebecois MP a racist.
The Canadian Senate has been put on high alert after a letter was sent to senate offices the contents of which claimed that it was covered in coronavirus.
Trudeau said that the Conservatives chose to not support "concrete help" to Canadians because they "lost the debate" to reopen parliament, which concluded over two weeks ago.
Guelph police say Tabbara is being charged with a break and enter, assault, and criminal harassment, with a court appearance scheduled for June 19.
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