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CBC Politics 29m
Liberals to introduce federal budget on March 19
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In case you missed it -- and as has been previously reported -- Finance Minister Bill Morneau confirmed in question period today he will deliver his next federal budget on March 19.
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Ottawa met with three-quarters of Indigenous communities during Trans Mountain consultation reboot
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Follow Question Period: Watch live as opposition parties question the government in the House of Commons.
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MPs invite Zuckerberg, Twitter CEO to Ottawa to talk fake news
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CRTC report finds telecom companies use misleading sales tactics
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Wilson-Raybould waited more than 2 hours for permission to attend Tuesday's cabinet meeting: sources
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Trudeau says no public inquiry into SNC-Lavalin affair needed right now
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Residential school survivor in Rome for summit on sex abuse plans to ask Pope for apology
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'Very concerning': Senate watchdog hasn't finished an ethics probe since 2017
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The SNC-Lavalin scandal so far: plenty of drama, few facts
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CBC Politics 23h
Replying to @CBCPolitics
Full list of witness invitees: Milo Barutciski, Borden Ladner Gervais AG David Lametti Kenneth Jull, Gardiner Roberts LLP Judge Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond Craig Forcese, U of O Adam Dodek, U of O Nathalie Drouin, DM Justice / Dep. AG Michael Wernick, PCO Clerk Jody Wilson-Raybould
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CBC Politics 23h
NEB rejects environmental group's call to expand scope of Trans Mountain pipeline review
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Power & Politics 23h
After making a surprise appearance today, is there a path back to the cabinet table for former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould? "It's potentially possible, but there is a lot of water to go under the bridge yet," said Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale.
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CBC Politics 23h
Conservative committee member Lisa Raitt says she hopes Wilson-Raybould appears *after* she has had solicitor-client privilege waived. Raitt says she is concerned no PMO staff -- or Gerald Butts -- will be invited to appear at the Justice committee
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CBC Politics 23h
Justice committee chair Anthony Housefather says there are actually 9 people on the witness list - but no PMO personnel. Housefather, a Liberal MP, says Liberal MPs on the committee will have to answer why no PMO staff were called
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Katie Simpson 23h
Replying to @R_Boissonnault
says committee needs to hear from Wilson-Raybould before considering next steps, when asked if members of the PMO will be called.
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CBC Politics 23h
Liberal MP Randy Boissonnault says the Justice committee has agreed to ask 8 people, including Jody Wilson-Raybould, to appear before the committee to discuss the SNC-Lavalin affair more here soon:
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CBC Politics 23h
Advance poll numbers don't show massive early turnout for Burnaby South vote
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John Paul Tasker Feb 19
Conservative senators want a parliamentary study of their own on the SNC-Lavalin affair at the legal and constitutional affairs committee. PM is on the witness wish list. I'm told Sen. Smith was denied leave on this by Trudeau-appointed senators in the Red Chamber.
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