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Scrums - December 4, 2014


NDP ethics critic Charlie Angus comments on the nearly $760,000 in expenses incurred by the acting chief commissioner of the Canadian Human Rights Commission to commute to Ottawa from his home in Winnipeg.

NDP foreign affairs critic Paul Dewar answers questions about the number of Syrian refugees that have been resettled in Canada.

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May discusses her concerns with a federal bill to create a national urban park, the climate change conference taking place in Peru, and Canada's action on climate change.


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