The first law created by Alberta’s New Democratic Party government’s after its election win in 2015 was Bill 1: An Act to Renew Democracy in Alberta, which banned corporate and union donations to provincial political parties. Following the … . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta Politics: 10 ways to Renew Democracy in Alberta
There has been lots of speculation recently about whether Stephen Harper will break his own fixed date election law — for the second time. It’s remarkable, Andrew Coyne writes, that a man who insisted on the law should have such little regard for it. What is even more remarkable is that Canadians — in . . . → Read More: Northern Reflections: Election Law? What Election Law?
WTF does not even begin to convey my complete and utter shock and disgust…
Today, in the House of Commons, during Question Period, the interim leader of the Liberal Party of Canada asked the Prime Minister about Canada’s fixed election date (known as #elxn42 to the #cdnpoli Twitterati), the legislation that created it, whether or . . . → Read More: somecanuckchick dot com: Fixed Election Date #FAIL