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Question Period - February 26, 2015


Prime Minister Stephen Harper faces questions about provisions in Bill C-51, the Anti-terrorism Act, and the government’s record on job creation. As a national roundtable gets underway in Ottawa, K. Kellie Leitch (Minister for the Status of Women) responds to renewed calls for a public inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women. Pierre Poilievre (Minister of Employment and Social Development) is asked about a backlog of cases at the Social Security Tribunal of Canada.

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