On the eve of the looming Easter long weekend New Democrat MPs Mathieu Ravignat and Charmaine Borg hit the Centre Block press theatre to share the details of a new plan to improve government transparency by making information "available by default."
Also doing the media rounds on the Hill this morning: Congress of Aboriginal Peoples national chief Betty Ann Lavallee, who will outline the potential impact that today's Federal Court of Appeal decision in Daniels vs. Canada could have on Métis and non-Status Indians.
Outside the precinct, New Democrat democratic reform critic Charlie Angus heads to Georgetown, where he'll make a public plea for local Conservative MP Michael Chong to vote against the government's proposed rewrite of Canada's election laws.
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