"The lifestyle is awful, but the job is terrific," said one retiring MP.
The flub means the legislation won’t be voted on before MPs hit the campaign trail.
"They have their job to do, but I had mine."
It’s a sharp contrast to a recent controversy in the NDP.
He was quietly disciplined after breaking ranks.
An NDP MP also broke with his caucus on the issue.
"Justin Trudeau is not entitled to just arbitrarily make changes to the House of Commons rules."
However, another backgrounder from National Defence stated the full investment of $200 million would be provided "over the
At some point, the NDP has to learn that their filibustering tactics only result in further efforts to limit debate through closure and time allocation measures. The NDP aren't defending democracy by filibustering -- they're filibustering democracy.