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Why is the NDP failing to push the Liberals for climate action?

By Kenneth C. Johnson      

Now is the perfect time for the party to be vocal on the need for climate action and push for its climate vision.

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, pictured in the West Block on April 29, 2020. The NDP has a rare opportunity to make a positive difference on climate with this minority government, writes Below2C's Ken Johnson. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade

Recently, I?joined other concerned citizens in sending a letter to NDP MPs expressing shock and disappointment at?the New Democratic Party’s understating, and sometimes ignoring, of the climate crisis—even when given a chance to address a national radio audience.

Political parties reach last-minute deal to temporarily change House rules for hybrid Commons, electronic voting

News|By Samantha Wright Allen 5:52 PM ET
The rule changes includes a sunset clause, with the terms expiring Dec. 11.

‘I wrote this memoir from the heart’: former Supreme Court justice wins Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for memoir, Truth Be Told, a ‘unique and tantalizing glimpse’ into top court ?

News|By Palak Mangat 7:38 PM ET
'Writing this book has brought me close to Canadians and the wonder of our national diversity. This prize is the icing on the amazing cake that has been my life,' says former Supreme Court chief justice Beverly McLachlin

Foreign policy focus in new session should be on China, U.S., and human rights, say Parliamentarians

News|By Neil Moss
'The No. 1 [foreign policy] priority is our relationship with the United States,' says Independent Senator Peter Boehm as the U.S. presidential election quickly approaches.

Presidential election could change course on unilateral tariff use, but Canada-U.S. trade tensions will remain: experts

News|By Neil Moss
If Joe Biden wins the U.S. presidency, he will be constrained in the use of unilateral tariffs, say experts, while Donald Trump's re-election may leave Canada once again targeted by national security tariffs.

COVID-19 containment, economic recovery expected to drive fall lobbying

Lobbyists will also be keeping an eye on progress on the government's backlog of big-ticket legislation and regulatory reforms this session.

Parties close to agreement on voting plan, Parliament return, but committees prove sticking point, says Bloc MP

The Standing Orders have to be amended to allow MPs to vote remotely, and according to Bloc deputy House leader Christine Normandin, there’s agreement among parties for those changes to be made temporary.

They’re back: 25 Members of Parliament to watch this session

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With talk of a possible snap election, a continuing pandemic, and a minority Parliament to boot, the second session of the 43rd Parliament should be an interesting one.

‘The time is now’: limit gatherings to avoid future lockdowns, says Tam, as federal data projects more spikes in cases

News|By Palak Mangat
'All of us have the future in our hands in terms of the decisions we are making today,' says Health Minister Patty Hajdu.

No consensus on adoption of remote House voting, but parties agree legislative scrutiny necessary, says Samara report

News|By Beatrice Paez
As parties attempt to hash out a workable sitting plan, House administration has been working behind the scenes to test the voting app for potential glitches.?
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