And the Winners Are...
First Maxime Bernier takes over Peter MacKay's job in foreign affairs. Then he ends MacKay's 9 year reign as the "sexiest MP" on the Hill. Anyone know who Belinda is dating these days?
For the women, Rona Ambrose was voted sexiest MP - and here I'd thought she was invisible.
Best Sense of Humour
The NDP's Peter Stoffer takes this one, ahead of Monte Solberg and Merv Tweed. I don't know much about Merv Tweed, but I can't imagine someone named "Merv Tweed" not being funny.
Stoffer is the "Frasier" of the Hillies, winning a slew of awards this year - best constit MP, throws best hill parties, and most generous to staff.
The worst sense of humour list is no surprise - Stephen Harper, Stephane Dion, Ralph Goodale, and Peter Van Loan.
With Myron retiring, someone else will finally have a chance to win this one but, until then, it's no contest.
Iggy and Harper in the house. Harper and Iggy out of it. Meanwhile, Prentice and Baird tie as the best Cabmin in QP, followed by Van Loan and MacKay.
Stephen Harper, which makes sense given that he doesn't let anyone else in his caucus talk. Harper also takes hardest working - since he's basically running and entire party and country by himself, I'd say that's fair enough. And he completes the hat trick with "best fundraiser" - it's shocking that a Liberal didn't win that one, eh?
Pierre Pollievre edges out Garth Turner and Ruby Dhalla.
Hey, it's Pierre Pollievre again! Runner up to Ignatieff. Pierre is left off the "best up and comer" list though (for obvious reasons some might say) - instead, it's Navdeep, James Moore, Mark Holland, and that young wipper snapper Bob Rae.
6 names make the list due to ties: Baird, Pollievre (again!), Turner, Iggy, Holland, and Layton.
And, finally, the one we've all been waiting for,
It's Pablo Rodriguez and Helena Guergis.