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  • His favourite word is children.

NDP MP for Timmins—James Bay (Ontario)

Won his last election, in 2015, with 43% of the vote.

Today

Mentioned by Yankees Unscripted Cambridge Analytica was reportedly exploring an ICO The move happened shortly before the new European General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into effect this May, and it caught the attention of MP Charlie Angus, who wasted no time asking Chan if Facebook will take GDPR, and Canadian privacy ...

Yesterday

Posted on Twitter Do you ever notice that those who give themselves Latin names on twitter always go for the hyperbole? But just in c… https://t.co/XEIkWD2vat

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Posted on Twitter Facebook shifted 1.5 billion users to put them beyond the reach of European legislation to FB california. Here's m… https://t.co/Tjz8QJ0Hjv

Posted on Twitter Here's great footage of white kids from England pretending they are from Chicago by ripping off Little Walter and M… https://t.co/xKvywjSHUW

Posted on Twitter @Orakzai @RayRaybeam66 These are not claims, they are the horrific facts laid out by the TRC thus their call for a papal apology.

Two days ago

Spoke in the House on Department of Industry Act Mr. Speaker, as always, I am honoured to rise in the House to represent the people of Timmins—James Bay and to participate in debate on Bill ...

Posted on Twitter Facebook political activity is not registered as lobbying. When Bill Morneau tweaks his page, FB sends the national… https://t.co/lzpkrOkquW

Mentioned by The Catholic Register Motion on papal apology fails to get unanimous consent NDP MP Charlie Angus expressed disappointment that one backbench Conservative MP had blocked the motion from passing, but said the motion would come up for debate and a vote in the House in the coming weeks. In a press conference earlier in the day ...

Mentioned by National Catholic Reporter Motion fails: Parliament wanted to direct CCCB on papal abuse apology However, Charlie Angus, a member of Parliament, said the motion would come up for debate and a vote in the House in the coming weeks. Angus is seeking unanimous government support for a motion to call on the CCCB to formally invite Francis to apologize ...

Mentioned by Toronto Star Conservative MP blocks Parliament's unanimous call for residential school apology from Pope Francis Charlie Angus, the NDP MP who sponsored the motion, said he believes Parliament — as a partner that created the residential school system with various Christian denominations — has a responsibility to call on Pope Francis to apologize for the church ...

Three days ago

Spoke in the House on Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Mr. Speaker, in a moment, along with my colleague from Abitibi—Baie-James—Nunavik—Eeyou, we will be asking for unanimous consent on an important motion, because it is up ...

Spoke in the House on Natural Resources Mr. Speaker, reconciliation is not a hashtag. It is not a bumper sticker on a Liberal car. It is about recognizing the section 35 constitutional rights ...

Mentioned by iPolitics.ca Conservative MPs kill motion calling for papal apology on residential schools — for now Gendron appeared on Parliament Hill Wednesday to defend the Pope's decision, but provided no clarity on whether the Pope intends to issue an apology in the future. NDP MP Charlie Angus was behind the motion, which was crafted with the input of Crown ...

Mentioned by HuffPost Canada NDP Bid For Residential School Apology From Pope Fails To Get Unanimous Consent In House Of Commons NDP MP Charlie Angus stands during question period ion the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Wednesday, March 28, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick. An NDP push for Canadian bishops to urge Pope Francis to apologize for the church ...

Voted Yes on Vote #649 on Bill S-210 Amend Amend the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, the Civil Marriage Act and the Criminal ...

Voted Yes on Vote #648 on Bill C-374 Amend the Historic Sites and Monuments Act (composition of the Board)

This week

Spoke in the House on Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner's Report Madam Speaker, I am always proud to rise in the House and represent the people of Timmins—James Bay. It is particularly interesting to rise now after ...

Spoke in the House on Natural Resources Mr. Speaker, the ultimatum over the Kinder Morgan pipeline will not be solved by jumping to the deadline of a Texas oil company, because the issue ...

Spoke in the House on Questions Passed as Orders for Returns With regard to the trip to India in February 2018 taken by the Prime Minister and several ministers: (a) for each leg of the Prime Minister ...

Spoke in the House on Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 1 Mr. Speaker, when we talk about an economic vision for this nation, one concern for me is the Liberals' love of the mega cluster, the supercluster. ...

Didn't vote on Vote #647 on Bill C-68 Amend the Fisheries Act and other Acts in consequence

Three weeks ago

Spoke in the House on Ethics Mr. Speaker, there was a lot of chortling and clanking of champagne glasses at the Prime Minister's latest fundraiser for the billionaires, when he said that ...

Voted Yes on Vote #646 on Bill S-232 Respecting Canadian Jewish Heritage Month

Voted Yes on Vote #645 on Bill C-344 Amend the Department of Public Works and Government Services Act (community benefit)

Spoke at the Information & Ethics committee on Briefing on Net Neutrality and Privacy of Digital Government Services Thank you. This has been a fascinating discussion. One thing I've learned in my many years in Parliament is that I've become very mistrustful of government ...

A month ago

Spoke at the Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee on Supplementary Estimates (C), 2017-18: Votes 1c and 10c under Department of Indian ... Thank you, Madam Chair. It's a real pleasure to be back at your committee. Madam Bennett, it's always a pleasure to discuss things. Even though we ...

Two months ago

Spoke at the Information & Ethics committee on Certificate of Nomination of Caroline Maynard to the Position of Information Commissioner Thank you, Madame Maynard. I'm very pleased to meet you. Your role will be very important for our democracy. There's nothing theoretical here; this is very ...

Spoke at the Information & Ethics committee on Briefing on Net Neutrality Thank you. I'm interested because we have similar issues in Canada, but we just take them from a different point of view, which is, again, that ...

Spoke at the Information & Ethics committee on Briefing on Net Neutrality I understand the business case, but we're not dealing with free market players. We're dealing with people who have been given very strong protections by government, ...

Three months ago

Spoke at the Information & Ethics committee on Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) Okay, I guess it's how this is going to be dealt with. Certainly, there are legal tools, and maybe legal tools are not strong enough. In ...

More than three months ago

Spoke at the Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee on Supplementary Estimates (B) 2017-18: Vote 1b under Canadian High Arctic Research Station ... Thank you, Madam Chair. Minister Philpott, I'm looking at the recent Auditor General's report on the problems with the first nation and Inuit dental.... The program ...

Spoke at the Justice committee on Bill C-51 I certainly agree. Ms. Dale, my wife worked with sexual assault victims in the 1980s. My oldest is working with them now. When I hear my ...

Introduced legislation Private member's bill C-580 An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the Firearms Act and the Contraventions Act (long guns)