The Bill That Wasn’t There

A bill to end a 172-year tradition of notifying Canadians of changes to federal regulations will perish with expected prorogation of Parliament this summer. No government member would take Blacklock’s questions on S-12, the bill to alter a disclosure practice that pre-dates Confederation. “S-12, what’s that?” said the bill’s sponsor in the Commons.

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