Randall Garrison

What the Senate didn’t get around to doing

C-279 and C-290 fail to find passage

Goodbye Vic Toews?

‘Mr. Speaker, I will not get into those kinds of cheap shots that the member does’

C-279 passes the House

The transgendered rights bill goes to the Senate

C-279 comes to a vote

Tight vote expected for transgendered rights bill

The Commons: Vic Toews’ real world

Imagining what other reality TV shows the government might approve of

The last hour of debate on C-279

The transgendered rights bill nears a final vote


Amendments to C-279 go to the House

Does this clear the way for passage of the transgendered rights bill?

The fight against C-279

The Canada Family Action Coalition targets 15 Conservatives

PHOTO GALLERY: NDP rock the House

Mitchel Raphael celebrates the season with the Opposition

The Commons: Vic Toews again imparts his judgment

The Public Safety Minister on the case of Ashley Smith


The vast bathroom conspiracy

Rob Anders is circulating a petition that suggests Bill C-279, which deals with extending human rights protection to transgendered individuals, is “intended to give transgendered men access to women’s public washroom facilities.” This argument has been raised by opponents of the bill before—here is Conservative MP Dean Allison raising it during debate on a previous version of the legislation.

MPs, drag queens and the RCMP

Photo Gallery: Mitchel Raphael takes in Capital Pride parade