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Well-known TV journalists, they stood out in the group of 18 new senators - many of whom were former party fundraisers, politicians or failed candidates - appointed en masse by Prime Minister Stephen Harper in 2008.
Former BC Premier Gordon Campbell speaks at a Board of Trade Luncheon in Vancouver February 10, 2012.
Ethics Commissioner Mary Dawson waits to appear at the Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics about the statutory review of Canada's Conflict of Interest Act Monday February 11, 2013 in Ottawa.
More than two dozen senior officials and diplomats in Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservative government monitored information about a Toronto artist over her criticism of the oil and gas industry's environmental performance.
Stephen Harper takes part in a joint press conference with President of Peru on Wednesday, May 22, 2013.
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper stands during the opening ceremony of the VII Pacific Allianz Summit in Cali, Colombia, on May 23, 2013.
A wealthy Conservative party fundraiser named to the Senate by Stephen Harper collected more than $290,000 in directors fees on top of his Senate salary while attending dozens of corporate board meetings in 2012.
Prime Minister Harper denies any prior knowledge of the ninety thousand dollar bale out of Senator Duffy.
We express deep concern about a proposal on pages 108/109 in Bill C-60 that would undermine the arms-length relationship between the CBC, our national public broadcaster, and the federal government.
The leaders of Canada and the Pacific Alliance will be sizing each other up today to see if Canada might be a good fit with the nascent Latin American trade bloc.
Neil Macdonald is the senior Washington correspondent for CBC News, which he joined in 1988 following 12 years in newspapers.
Sen. Mike Duffy will have his audit reopened by the same committee under a cloud of suspicion that it whitewashed the senator's final report - even after a last-minute attempt to have the RCMP review the audit and final report.
In the blink of an eye, the Conservative government can strip away the retirement dreams of millions of Canadians.
Offering support. Brampton West MP Kyle Seeback was among the notable faces and voices at a recent anti-abortion rally on Parliament Hill.