As clear as mud
After taking Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz to task for making a mid-campaign apology over his remarks during the listeriosis outbreak from the steps of a Parliament Hill building, Political Bytes couldn't help but notice that NDP Leader Jack Layton was on the Hill today to make a campaign announcement on food safety.
- The committee's guidelines contain no specific regulations that apply during elections.
- Demonstrations are allowed, as long as there are no props, banners, signs, advertising, stage, shelter or structure. Microphones and a podium are permitted.
— Chris Hall
- The "Welcome to the Cheque Republic" buttons were popular at last weekend's Parliamentary Press Gallery Dinner. And now there's a website. Today, the Liberals launched www.chequerepublic.ca. It seems the oversized novelty cheque story has had an entirely unanticipated stimulus effect --... Continue reading this post
- Just a Small Detail
- What a curious omission. Yesterday, CBC contacted the office of Natural Resources Minister Lisa Raitt to ask about the lobbyist who helped organize a fundraiser on her behalf on Sept. 24. Michael B. McSweeney is vice-president of the Cement Association... Continue reading this post