Thrown Under the Omnibus: Stephen Harper objects

Stenson, Fred
July 2012
Alberta Views;Jul/Aug2012, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p17
The article discusses the legislation of the omnibus bill in Canada. It notes that an omnibus bill aims to amend, enact, or repeal various acts with the main purpose of connecting all the proposed enactments. It mentions Bill C-38 proposed by Stephen Harper, which is viewed abusive and a nightmare bill. It contends that the bill is not a remote budget bill.


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