All in a Day | Jan 29, 2013 | 8:15

How to improve civility in the House

NDP House Leader Nathan Cullen has tabled a proposal to improve the behaviour of MPs in the House -- and it includes a financial penalty. For reaction, we heard from Liberal MP Mauril Belanger, who has spoken about the issue before.

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