You may have heard of Parkinson’s Law. It is often used in reference to time usage: the more time you’ve been given to do something, the more time it will take you to do it.
What a happy, happy time in Canadian politics. It’s been a long while in the making, and there are a lot of people to thank, but we are on the verge of fulfilling the dream of generations of strategists and political operatives: a politics drained of any remaining differences between the parties, or indeed ideas of any kind.
The bible of CBC News is our Journalistic Standards and Practices. It lists our values as accuracy, fairness, balance, impartiality, and integrity. There’s no mention of being first or being fast. Yet I’ve done high-fives in the newsroom when something is on our network before it’s on any other network.
nbd just driving through locked-down neighbourhoods at 4 in the morning
The right to seek the floor at any time is the right of each individual Member of Parliament and is not dependent on any other Member of Parliament.