Every Parliamentary Word Ever Spoken

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Many politics enthusiasts will know that the House of Commons and every provincial legislature in the country have something called ,Hansard,, a record of every word spoken in public, in every proceeding, in every legislative chamber. Reading Hansard is actually a great way to go back in time and learn about what the big issues of any era were. The Agenda discusses the process of digitizing Hansard.
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