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Treasury Board President Tony Clement is pictured on Nov.26, 2013. Mr. Clement is one of at least three Tory MPs who received gold-embossed business cards that break long-standing government rules on fancy stationery.
Treasury Board President Tony Clement is pictured on Nov.26, 2013. Mr. Clement is one of at least three Tory MPs who received gold-embossed business cards that break long-standing government rules on fancy stationery.
(Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press)

In the ‘war on Christmas,’ MPs criticize political correctness in public service

Federal Conservatives have spent a significant part of December mounting a rather lopsided defence in the War on Christmas – lopsided because it didn’t seem like anyone was fighting back.

Treasury Board President Tony Clement was one of the first to fire off a volley of Christmas cheer – one that was careful to include Jewish Canadians.