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Justice Minister says review won't give answers needed - CBC.ca
CBC.caJustice Minister says review won't give answers neededCBC.ca"I don't think, in my view, in my experience, having some sort of a pause where we have a full-blown examination or royal commission or some sort of a study is really going to provide us the answers that we need," Canada's Justice Minister Peter MacKay ...Justice minister cool to suggestion by top Mountie for justice system reviewTimes Colonistall 25 news articles »

Is Peter MacKay the best choice for future PM? Tory voters say yes - Globalnews.ca
Globalnews.caIs Peter MacKay the best choice for future PM? Tory voters say yesGlobalnews.caWATCH ABOVE: Global's Erika Tucker asks Ipsos Reid's Darrell Bricker the significance of new poll results suggesting Justice Minister Peter MacKay is Tory voters' top choice to replace the PM. TORONTO – Though Prime Minister Stephen Harper has said ...

Please don't confuse Peter MacKay with facts - iPolitics.ca (subscription)
iPolitics.ca (subscription)Please don't confuse Peter MacKay with factsiPolitics.ca (subscription)Ignorance of the law is not a defence — unless, apparently you're the minister of Justice. Last week, in response to columnist Stephen Maher's indictment of the Conservatives' criminal justice agenda, Peter MacKay took the unusual step of releasing an ...

Peter MacKay says $280M CETA fisheries fund never meant to be 'slush fund' - CBC.ca
Peter MacKay says $280M CETA fisheries fund never meant to be 'slush fund'CBC.caJustice Minister Peter MacKay says a fisheries fund for Newfoundland and Labrador related to the CETA deal was never meant to be a "slush fund," and was available to the province only if demonstrable losses could be shown. Provincial cabinet ministers ...MacKay says NL talking to EU countries 'not helpful' for CETAThe TelegramMacKay announces funding for youth affected by parents' divorceClarenville Packetall 11 news articles »

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