The motion claims “in a world with a globalized economy traditional militaries are becoming increasingly unnecessary.”
The Crown – who asked not to be named over safety fears – argued Coates's breach of undertaking was valid, regardless if he signed.
The move was met with opposition warnings that telephone voting could leave open the possibility of fraud
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the motion, which failed in a 295-32 vote, a "political stunt."
Many pundits said such a move would be against the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, but Horgan plugged away and last week ordered government lawyer to...
Publisher Derek Fildebrandt, news editor Dave Naylor, podcast editor Cory Morgan and special guest Quito Maggi from Mainstreet Public research discuss a the conclusions of a...
"This is a major, major scandal for the UCP," said Mainstreet president and CEO Quito Maggi.
"Jason Kenney and the Tories are faced with the same political choice that Jim Prentice was: turn right and nip the Wildrose in the bud, or...
The Mainstreet poll puts UCP support lower than Jim Prentice's PCs in 2015.
What’s the point in electing conservatives if they’ll just act like the entitled politicians they claim to oppose?"