Court ordered review of peacekeeper’s case still grinding through DND 2 years later

Canada’s former top soldier in Haiti, who was tossed into legal limbo two years ago, said he has no intention of giving up his battle for an apology over the way he was stripped of command and brought home under a cloud of scandal.

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Who are the MPs that vote against their party line most often?

Members of Parliament might feel pressure to toe the party line and maintain party unity in the House of Commons. But a few MPs have stood out for their willingness to rise and vote “Yea” when the rest of their colleagues vote “Nay.”

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