From Today's Daily Gleaner:
Ignatieff is now pledging, if he becomes prime minister, to never prorogue Parliament.
But that isn't how I remember it:
Ignatieff is not absolutely ruling out the prime ministerial power to prorogue Parliament, but he says the public outcry from Canadians shows Harper has not set a good precedent for future use of the authority.
Definitely not an unconditional pledge; perhaps even a bit weaselly. But you shouldn't catch heck for promises you didn't make.