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ENG: Peter Gordon MacKay, PC, QC, MP (born September 27, 1965) is a lawyer and politician from Nova Scotia, Canada. He is the Member of Parliament for Central Nova and currently serves as Minister of National Defence in the Cabinet of Canada. He is married to Nazanin Afshin-Jam an Iranian-Canadian model, singer, and human rights activist, and a former Miss World Canada. MacKay was the final leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada (PC Party). On October 15, 2003, he and Canadian Alliance leader Stephen Harper agreed to merge the two parties, forming the Conservative Party of Canada. In December 2003, members of both parties ratified the merger. MacKay was born in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia.MacKay grew up in Wolfville, Nova Scotia with his three siblings. He graduated ...
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Robocalls inappropriate, says Peter MacKay


The Conservative Party does not need to look into "robocalls" made during the last federal election any further, Defence Minister Peter MacKay says. "It's certainly not something our party condones," MacKay said Sunday of the fraudulent calls to voters. "It's inappropriate behaviour to say the least." Such calls, known as a voter-suppression tactic, are illegal under the Elections Act. Both the NDP and the Liberals say at least 34 federal ridings were targeted during the last election, including two in Nova Scotia. Voters in the Ontario riding of Guelph complained they were deliberately ...


MacKay vows to keep Canadian trainers in Afghanistan


Defence Minister Peter MacKay said Tuesday he’s concerned about the upheaval afflicting Afghanistan, but reiterated Canada’s commitment to keeping military trainers in the war-torn country through 2014. “Is it having an effect? Absolutely,” MacKay said of the Canadian training mission on Tuesday. “This will be one of, if not the landmark accomplishments of Canada’s contribution in Afghanistan.” Many of Canada’s allies are struggling with how to respond after one of the worst months in recent Afghan history. Anger erupted a few weeks ago after ...


MacKay runs from questions over ‘stupid’ dirt digging...


... on Liberalfoe Defence Minister Peter MacKay practically ran from a military conference Friday morning as he dodged questions about emails that suggest military personnel were enlisted to dig dirt on the opposition following revelations MacKay used a search-and-rescue helicopter during a fishing trip in 2010. The emails show that on Sept. 22, one day after a TV report that MacKay had used a Cormorant helicopter to be taken from a private fishing lodge near Gander, N.L., military officials began searching for instances of opposition members using military aircraft. The officials were ...


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Peter MacKay ducks question on referring anti-prostitution bill to top court - CBC.ca
Calgary HeraldPeter MacKay ducks question on referring anti-prostitution bill to top courtCBC.caJustice Minister Peter MacKay dodged questions Thursday from both the Liberal and NDP about whether he would send the new anti-prostitution bill immediately to the Supreme Court for a reference on its constitutionality. A top court ruling on whether ...Simons: 'It's going to be a disaster' — Peter MacKay's proposed prostitution ...Edmonton JournalEscort: MacKay's prostitution bill 'will kill people'iPolitics.ca (subscription)Den Tandt: Tories make a hash of new prostitution billCanada.comWaterloo Recordall 98 news articles »
Prostitution legislation will be a made-in-Canada model, Peter MacKay says - CBC.ca
National PostProstitution legislation will be a made-in-Canada model, Peter MacKay saysCBC.caAs the federal government prepares to table new prostitution legislation today, Justice Minister Peter MacKay says the government's bill will be a "Canadian model." MacKay will comment on the bill shortly after it is tabled in the House of Commons ...John Ivison: Peter MacKay's prostitution law a failure on all countsNational PostProstitution bill to protect "vulnerable" citizens: Peter MacKayOttawa CitizenFeds to table new prostitution bill this weekToronto SunGlobalnews.ca -Calgary Heraldall 344 news articles »
Cyberbullying bill won't be split in 2, Peter MacKay says - CBC.ca
iPolitics.ca (subscription)Cyberbullying bill won't be split in 2, Peter MacKay saysCBC.caThe Conservatives will not heed the advice of a growing list of independent experts and opposition critics who are urging the federal government to split its cyberbullying bill in two, by hiving off into a separate piece of legislation the more ...MacKay defends expanded surveillance powers in cyberbullying legislationThe Globe and MailThe Pressure's On Harper to End Online Spying -- Let's Keep it UpHuffington Post CanadaCanadian Bar Association calls on government to amend cyberbullying billiPolitics.ca (subscription)National Postall 27 news articles »
Sex worker rights: why Peter MacKay won't get a date this Friday night - Toronto Star
Sex worker rights: why Peter MacKay won't get a date this Friday nightToronto Star“Just be yourself,” Mark tells me, “and if all else fails, pretend you're talking to me.” Words of advice from a favourite client resonate in my head as I prepare for my first-ever radio interview following the release of Bill C-36, Canada's ...and more »



 
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