Monday, March 5, 2012

The House of Assembly is Open!

If you missed the throne speech, don't worry! You can tune in and watch the House of Assembly online live or archived episodes at 

Webcast Schedules

House of Assembly
Regular broadcast times for the House of Assembly while in session:

Monday 1:30 - 5:30 pm
Tuesday 1:30 - 5:30 pm
Wednesday 2:00 - 5:00 pm
Thursday 1:30 - 5:30 pm 

Full throne speech (pdf)
CBC Article about throne speech


Anonymous said...

If you missed the throne speech, just read the PC Blue Book, it's exactly the same and you don't have to listen to the very exciting John Crosbie.

Anonymous said...

Looks like rallies worked!

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I love how they talked of how open they were to feedback and transparency, and talked about the Transparency Act they introduced.
The House being closed is really great evidence of this.

There was a lot of horn tootin and calls to nationalism.
Of course, many propositions are commendable, like
investigating into death of poor Burton Winters [ which started the show, I must add ]
better foster care
better health care
better jobs for our youth
more funding for students
more research in oil to make up for the loss of fish

honestly I could only listen for about 30 minutes. If anyone could tell me what happened afterwards, please comment.

And really, who has time to watch Open The House for like 4 hours like every weekday?
Are there synopses posted anywhere?