In what the Speaker of Canada's House of Commons called an "unprecedented situation" Andrew Scheer ruled that a private member's bill that had been extensively rewritten by government MPs could not proceed.
Photo Credit: Sean Kilpatrick/CP

Politics Today – March 2, 2014


On this edition of Politics Today RCI’s Wojtek Gwiazda has an update on last weekend’s policy convention of the Liberal Party of Canada.

He deals with the continuing controversy over the Canadian government’s new proposed reform of the Elections Act, and he reports on an unusual situation in which an independent Member of Parliament prevented the government from changing his private member’s bill.

For previous editions of Politics Today click below:

Categories: Politics
Tags: , ,

Do you want to report an error or a typo? Click here!

For reasons beyond our control, and for an undetermined period of time, our comment section is now closed. However, our social networks remain open to your contributions.