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Beyond parody: my latest access to info request censored paragraphs in a press release as they're considered "advice" to the minister.
Sheila Fraser calls the Conservatives' electoral reform bill "an attack on Canada's democracy." http://www.nationalnewswatch.com/2014/04/03/ex-auditor-general-fraser-slams-elections-bill-as-attack-on-democracy/#.Uz1YevldWgV … #cdnpoli
Anndddd there's the money quote. Poilievre said if Neufeld didn't want him to use the words in the report, he shouldn't have written them.
That's ... that's a lot of professors voicing opposition to @pierrepoilievre's election reforms. http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2014/03/11/dont-undermine-elections-canada/ … #cdnpoli
So @justin_ling has a bit of a rebuttal for @pierrepoilievre on Bill C-23. http://looniepolitics.com/pierre-poilievre-responds/ … #cdnpoli
Pierre Poilievre responds to "freelance journalist @justin_ling." http://www2.macleans.ca/2014/02/24/the-cases-for-and-against-vouching/ … #cdnpoli
Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre, asked on his way back in if Rob Ford was a distraction: "C'est qui ca?"
That's the strongest Trudeau's come out on C-23. The Liberals have been much quieter on the bill than the NDP.
PMSH tweeting about new cabinet members, appointed in secret, is the new papal smoke stack.
"Why do I feel like Rob Ford right now?" said a literal Muppet.
Muclair: The man in charge of investigating elections offences says more than one investigation will be scuppered if Bill C-23 passes.
JPK: Vouching is an integral part of our system, and it's very well protected. If there are administrative errors, fix them.
Federal politics reporter for the Toronto Star. Secretary, Canadian Parliamentary Press Gallery. Late of Nova Scotia. aboutilier (at) thestar (dot) ca