Politics

Canadian politicians show their sense of humour this April Fool's Day

Interim Conservative Leader Rona Ambrose is listing Stornoway on Airbnb, Environment Canada is introducing passports for migratory birds and Parks Canada has revamped its logo for Canada's 150th. These are a few of the many pranks Canadian politicians are pulling on their constituents.

Did you fall for one of the many pranks played by politicians this April Fool's?

Library and Archives Canada announced it has acquired 'the declassified journals and military records of a Canadian supersoldier' -- Wolverine from the X-Men movies.

Politicians are proving they have a sense of humour. 

From interim Conservative Leader Rona Ambrose announcing Stornoway is listed on Airbnb to NDP Leader Tom Mulcair shaving off his iconic beard, politicians are taking part in the pranks this April Fool's.

Take a look at some of the hijinks making the rounds Friday. 

Ambrose announced she wants to help Canadian taxpayers get out of debt by listing the residence of the Official Opposition leader on Airbnb. 

NDP Leader Tom Mulcair earlier tweeted an April Fools' Day photo that showed his beard covered in shaving cream and a straight razor in his hand 0:43