Despite initial plans for a Bill C-32 hearing yesterday, the Legislative Committee postponed its scheduled hearing. The next hearing is unlikely to occur at least until January 31, 2011.
C-32 Committee Hearings on Hold Until At Least Late January
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A fly on the CPC wall …
But .. but .. Mr. American media lobbyist, we really did try to pass the legislation you demanded. Is it our fault that the opposition parties smelt blood? Umm no, we can’t ask our committees to put in a full work week. An election coming up? Yes that could put a damper on things. What was that? Well, I think shooting professors is against our bill of rights …