Dominic LeBlanc

Trudeau’s next trade challenge: free trade at home

As the PM and the premiers prepare to talk interprovincial trade, our latest poll finds opinion solidly for scrapping barriers—with politically tricky regional differences

The cabinet shuffle: Trudeau channels his inner Chrétien

Paul Wells: The prime minister has put away his sunny ways in favour of darker things—and a new cabinet that is built for survival

A surprise turn for Canada’s debate on electoral reform

By giving up their majority on the House committee on electoral reform, the Liberals inject new energy into the process for changing how Canadians vote

Vote-fixing: The Liberal plan for electoral reform in 2016

The Liberals hope to change the way we elect MPs and win over the opposition in the process

Trudeau’s pointman in the House on electoral reform

After promising legislation in 18 months to reform first past the post, Dominic LeBlanc says change ‘should be done by consensus’

The PM and Senator Don Plett appeal to caution and discretion

‘The more we throw mud, the more we lose ground’

The Backbench Spring: Dominic LeBlanc asks for time

“I would urge you, Mr. Speaker, to resist ruling”


Justin Trudeau’s next big test

John Geddes on the Question Period question

Photo Gallery: A Very Liberal Xmas

Photos by Mitchel Raphael


As previously heckled

During yesterday’s QP, Bob Rae put Dominic LeBlanc’s heckle on the record.


A question that won’t appear in Hansard

The NDP pressed the government again yesterday afternoon to explain the limo tab of three ministers who attended the Davos conference last year. Peter Van Loan’s explanation is that the vehicles in question were selected after a “competitive” process. This explanation prompted a voice from the Liberal corner—belonging to Dominic LeBlanc, I believe—to yell a query at the Government House leader.