Manitoba Tory leader: happy holidays,
Manitoba Tory leader: happy holidays,

Manitoba Tory leader: happy holidays, “infidel atheists”!

Updated on Monday, December 2 2013. In what may turn out to be the most awkward holiday greeting of 2013, watch Manitoba Progressive Conservative Leader (and former MP) Brian Pallister wish everybody a happy holidays, including “all you infidel atheists out there.” After that, check out his sort-of apology on Monday, courtesy of the Winnipeg Free Press. […]

November 29, 2013

Updated on Monday, December 2 2013.

In what may turn out to be the most awkward holiday greeting of 2013, watch Manitoba Progressive Conservative Leader (and former MP) Brian Pallister wish everybody a happy holidays, including “all you infidel atheists out there.” After that, check out his sort-of apology on Monday, courtesy of the Winnipeg Free Press.

 

 

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Why is Cabinet playing dodgeball with the Senate mess?
Why is Cabinet playing dodgeball with the Senate mess?

Why is Cabinet playing dodgeball with the Senate mess?

Have you noticed that senior Cabinet ministers no longer stand up to take Senate questions from the leader of the opposition during Question Period when Prime Minister Stephen Harper isn’t in the House of Commons? Conservative strategists may be questioning that decision on Thursday after Paul Calandra’s bizarre performance in the House of Commons. The […]

November 28, 2013

Have you noticed that senior Cabinet ministers no longer stand up to take Senate questions from the leader of the opposition during Question Period when Prime Minister Stephen Harper isn’t in the House of Commons?

Conservative strategists may be questioning that decision on Thursday after Paul Calandra’s bizarre performance in the House of Commons. The Prime Minister’s parliamentary secretary reached a new low when responding to pointed questions about the Senate scandal from NDP leader Tom Mulcair.

Calandra finds himself in…