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Scrums - May 11, 2012


NDP Foreign Affairs critic Paul Dewar, Liberal Deputy Leader Ralph Goodale and Liberal Defence critic John McKay discussed the mission in Libya, which reportedly cost seven times more than figures provided by Defence Minister Peter MacKay.

Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird, NDP Disability Issues critic Manon Perreault and NDP critic Paul Dewar spoke to reporters about the minister's intervention in a funding proposal submitted by the Canadian Federation of Chabad Lubavitch.

Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister Dean Del Mastro and NDP Deputy Leader David Christopherson commented on the progress of Elections Canada's robocalls investigation.

NDP Justice critic Françoise Boivin and Liberal MP Denis Coderre commented on the recent warning by federal Public Safety Minister Vic Toews regarding the collection of data by gun store owners.




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