Second-reading debate continues on the U.S. border preclearance bill (C-23).
It’s another opposition day for Conservatives in the House of Commons.
New Democrats will choose their new leader this fall in a voting process that could last six weeks.
As the race to succeed Stephen Harper continues, stay with CPAC for full coverage.
New MPs will come from ridings in Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal.
Debate continues on legislation to expand the U.S. border preclearance program (Bill C-23).
The House of Commons votes on last week’s Conservative motion on religious discrimination and racism.
The British House of Commons considers a petition opposed to a state visit by the U.S. president.
National Flag of Canada Day was introduced in 1996 to celebrate the red, the white, and the maple leaf.
Bill C-18 is debated at third reading in the House of Commons.
Today’s debate follows consideration of a Liberal MP’s motion on Islamophobia.
Liberal MP Iqra Khalid introduced Motion M-103 in December 2016.