|Tories mark Senate reform for fast track - Wednesday, November 14, 2007|
The Conservative government is urging mps to take a serious crack at reforming the Senate - and threatening to abolish the institution if the talks fail.
|Canada scandal probe outline due by January 2008 - Wednesday, November 14, 2007|
An independent advisor asked to work out the best way to investigate allegations of improper behavior by former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney must report back by January 11, 2008, the government said on Wednesday.
|Top court studies judges' right to cut binding... - Tuesday, November 13, 2007|
The issue before the Supreme Court of Canada is of equal interest to the Harper government, which is trying to toughen minimum sentencing rules for gun crimes, and for criminal defence lawyers, who have tried to find ways around them.
|‘We're finding firearms wherever we go' - Tuesday, November 13, 2007|
“It's been delay, delay, delay,” said Wendy Cukier, president of the Coalition for Gun Control. Mr. Day said the government will take a “serious look” at...
|Mulroney calls for public inquiry - Tuesday, November 13, 2007|
Prime Minister Brian Mulroney is calling for the government to launch a full-fledged public inquiry into allegations against him, and skip the review by a neutral adviser announced by Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
|Gun registry contract cancelled after $81M spent - Sunday, November 11, 2007|
Opposition parties expressed fury upon learning today the Conservative government had quietly cancelled an expensive computer software contract linked to the controversial federal gun registry and squandered millions in taxpayer dollars in the process.
|Federal Conservatives gain support: poll - Sunday, November 11, 2007|
The Conservatives powered ahead in an opinion poll released on Saturday, reaching their highest level of popular support since the 2006 federal election with figures that could give them a majority government.
|Becoming the hunted - Thursday, November 08, 2007|
The bureaucrats are the Sûreté du Québec (the Québec provincial police), which administers federal firearms controls on behalf of the Canada Firearms Centre...
|Saskatchewan Party wins majority government - Wednesday, November 07, 2007|
Although results are still coming in, the Saskatchewan Party is on track to win the provincial election with a majority government and Brad Wall will be the new premier, CBC projects.
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