Publication Source: iPolitics
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Author: Colin Horgan
Not a single Conservative MP showed up for an optional exam Tuesday morning.
The test, hosted and presided over by Green party leader Elizabeth May, was designed to test Conservative MP’s knowledge of the government’s new budget bill, C-38, which passed third reading in the House of Commons Monday evening.
For every Conservative MP who showed up could score better than a three out of five on the exam, the Green party promised to plant a tree. But, only one MP – independent Bruce Hyer – showed up to room 263-S in Centre Block Tuesday to take the test. He scored a perfect five out of five.