OTTAWA—Canada’s 42nd Parliament began with the requisite nods to history and tradition that happen on the first day, but also offered plenty of signs that the class of 2015 has its own fresh chemistry and look.
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OTTAWA—The last chapter of the long trial of Sen. Mike Duffy will be headlined by a much-anticipated appearance by the main character himself.
On Thursday, Ontario Justice Charles Vaillancourt will resume hearing the Crown’s case against Duffy on 31 charges of fraud, breach of trust, and bribery.
OTTAWA—Toronto businessman Mark Mulroney says he won’t run for the Conservative leadership—at least not for now.
Calgary MP Michelle Rempel, on the other hand, appears to be openly musing about a bid.
OTTAWA—The rehearsed talking points largely fell away last night as the five federal leaders challenged each other directly on some of the touchiest topics in Canadian politics—minority rights, human rights, and Quebec sovereignty, to name a few.
OTTAWA—Stephen Harper’s rivals defended the costs of their campaign promises yesterday while the Conservatives deflected bad news from global analysts in a spurt of last-minute positioning before a leaders’ debate on the economy tonight.
OTTAWA—The definition of “lie” was tossed around during Sen. Mike Duffy’s trial yesterday—all part of a scandal where words are carefully chosen and their meanings parsed.
Nigel Wright, the prime minister’s former chief of staff, was asked to explain to the court what he told his boss about a plan to have Duffy repay his Senate living expenses in 2013.