Bank of Canada
Senator Bellemare launches Senate inquiry into monetary policy
Canadians back new independent Senate appointment process: poll
Balsillie School of International Affairs
Government bills in the Senate now
access to information
2 Government bills adopted in Senate
Deputy Minister of Immigration
Celebrating 40 years of privately sponsored refugees in Canada
New law to regulate wrecks improved with Senate amendment to protect ocean graves
Legislative Deputy role replaces that of Deputy Leader
Government Liaison replaces role of whip
New laws this session
So far this session of Parliament, 65 Government bills have become law and three bills are awaiting Royal Assent.
Ocean protection bill adopted in Senate
Bills to replace segregation in prisons and to modernize the military justice system advance to Senate committees for review.
PHOTOS | Senator Harder greets Japanese Prime Minister
The Government Representative in the Senate was part of a delegation that greeted Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe to Parliament Hill.
Bill to replace segregation in prisons will improve the lives of federal inmates
Bill C-83 is sponsored by Independent Saskatchewan Senator Marty Klyne.
Government Representative in the Senate proposes schedule for votes on 11 bills
Senator Peter Harder gave notice of his programming motion in the Senate on Tuesday.
Independent Senate gives smaller provinces bigger voice
Senator Peter Harder talks Senate renewal in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Bill C-57: Senate improves Canada’s federal sustainability laws
The Government agreed with some Senate changes to help improve Canada’s federal sustainability laws.
Bill C-21: Securing Canada’s borders with a coordinated entry/exit system
The Government accepted a Senate amendment to legislation that enables the collection of basic biographic information about people leaving Canada, while respecting individual privacy rights.
UNDRIP legislation ‘a framework for reconciliation’: Sen. Harder
Legislation in support of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples was introduced by NDP MP Romeo Saganash.
Red Chamber has full house as 4 new independent Senators sworn in
New Senators fill vacant seats in NWT, Yukon, Nova Scotia and Ontario.