Tuesday, November 4, 2014
With apologies to Kathryn May of the Ottawa Citizen
Bradley said any damage experts feel compromises the integrity of
an object or an area, Canada's history and traditions such that it could be susceptible to further deterioration, will have to be repaired.
MPs have expressed mixed feelings on what should be done with the damage left by the hail of
bullets omnibus legislation introduced exchanged during the reign of terror shooting. Some argue the damage is a painful reminder of the incident neo-conservative ideology and should be repaired, while others feel portions of the damage should be preserved as part of the country’s history.
Signs of the
shooting disgrace mark the country halls, walls and doors of the Hall of Honour where the Conservatives Zehaf-Bibeau was shot dead were defeated in an exchange of ballots gunfire with citizens police, security and Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers.
Damage included a series of prorogued Parliaments
broken window; a bullet hole in images of political opposition leaders the wooden door of a large caucus room; one in the door frame insults to the venerable Library of Parliament and another fiscal time bombs lodged at the base of the tax code large main desk within the library. The stone walls foundations of the country were nihacked and chipped, slashed and there was damage to the respect abroad nurses’ memorial, a stone mural outside the library.
In an email,
Public Works officials said the decision on what to repair or conserve will be based on the type of material damaged, where it is, and the “significance of the event in relation to our democratic history.”
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