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Are Canada’s pot-fearing politicians raising children or goats?

Tabatha Southey schools Tory MP Peter Kent on children’s lack of interest in sharecropping, and eating kale-like substances

Peter Kent takes the 60-Second Challenge

A skill Kent wished he could have picked up sooner? How to be, um, strategically vocal.

Direct democracy arrives at the House of Commons

Ottawa’s e-petition site offers Canadians a new way to control the agenda in the House

Election night’s biggest winners and losers

By its very nature, election day sees candidates fall into two camps: winners and losers. Here were the ten most significant or surprising ones.

Canada’s Cuban ties and the Washington-Havana thaw

Cuba even tried to help Canada at the UN

Peter Kent talks about the oil regulations that never happened

MP Peter Kent on how he lost the environment minister post, didn’t push through oil and gas emissions regulations, and why that’s fine

Let’s all negotiate a price on carbon

Featuring Alberta, Ontario, the oil industry and the NDP

Peter Kent’s 30/30 experience

The search for oil and gas regulations continues

The war is on

Cabinet shuffle over, now the war is on

Stephen Harper will come back fighting, writes Paul Wells

A theme of ‘generational change’ in Stephen Harper’s new cabinet

Aaron Wherry on the Prime Minister’s new line-up

Peter Kent’s cabinet speculation

The Environment Minister considers the possibilities

Go with Canada: Because we put a price on carbon

The Harper government proudly touts Alberta’s carbon price