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Government Business No. 8   will tell the House what we know. We know that the unemployment rate went from historic lows in January to historic highs in May. We know that low-wage workers, young people and immigrants bore the brunt of employment losses in March and April and that, while some jobs returned in May

July 8th, 2020House debate

Bill MorneauLiberal

Government Business No. 8   to offer services as provinces. Now, I do not know why the Prime Minister always feels the need to talk down Canada. Canadians are an endlessly enterprising people. Perhaps it is a product of our immigrant society where people have left the familiarity of home for a shot at a better

July 8th, 2020House debate

Andrew ScheerConservative

COVID-19 Pandemic and Other Matters   with criminal ties. This unacceptable failure risks further undermining the integrity of our immigration system and public safety. Instead of wasting his time attacking law-abiding firearm owners with legislation and regulations, could the public safety minister do his job and enforce

July 8th, 2020House debate

Ted FalkConservative

COVID-19 Pandemic and Other Matters   know how important they are to a well-managed immigration system. We are making investments in something that a previous Conservative government cut to restore that capacity. We thank the Auditor General for his recommendations and we will be implementing all of them.

July 8th, 2020House debate

Bill BlairLiberal

COVID-19 Pandemic and Other Matters   the additional steps we can take. The Prime Minister has been clear that we will be looking at other measures, including immigration, and we will come back to the House in due course.

July 8th, 2020House debate

François-Philippe ChampagneLiberal

Procedure and House Affairs committee  Right. I want to mention the case of my colleague Ms. Jenny Kwan, a member from British Columbia who is on the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration. While in the case of the Special Committee on the COVID-19 Pandemic, she could attend meetings virtually, she had

July 6th, 2020Committee meeting

Christine NormandinBloc

Procedure and House Affairs committee  Thank you very much. Since Mr. Brassard touched on it, I'd also like to come back to the issue of standing committees. I attended a meeting of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration two weeks ago. Could someone confirm for me that the members of those committees

July 6th, 2020Committee meeting

Christine NormandinBloc

Procedure and House Affairs committee   and that the witnesses—in this case, it was four senior officials and the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship—could not be physically present in the room.

July 6th, 2020Committee meeting

Christine NormandinBloc

Bill S-214 An Act to amend the Criminal Records Act, to make consequential amendments to other Acts and to repeal a regulation

National Defence Act43 Income Tax Act43 Income Tax Act44 DNA Identification Act44 DNA Identification Act45 Immigration and Refugee Protection Act45 Immigration and Refugee Protection Act46 Youth Criminal Justice Act46 Youth Criminal Justice Act50 Pardon Services Fees Order50 Pardon

June 25th, 2020
Bill

Human Resources committee   peoples. It's now home to many diverse first nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. I will speak to you about three priorities that must be considered by the government in its COVID response: regularization of immigration status, access to benefits and supports for all, and immigration

June 22nd, 2020Committee meeting

Debbie Douglas

Human Resources committee   have investigated as a researcher in immigration and refugee policy, and with which I have also had personal experience. My own father was a refugee from Chile, giving me the opportunity to improve and maintain my own fluency in Spanish, which led to summer jobs during my

June 22nd, 2020Committee meeting

Robert Falconer

Human Resources committee  -19 to at least one in every 23 people. This includes over half a million people in the country with no immigration status, most of whom do not have access to Canada emergency response benefits or even health care. Undocumented migrant women are forced to move in with abusive men

June 22nd, 2020Committee meeting

Syed Hussan

Bill C-18 An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain sums of money for the federal public administration for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2021

, 2021 and the purposes for which they are granted. Vote No. Items Amount in Main Estimates ($) Interim Appropriation Granted by this Act ($) CANADIAN MUSEUM OF IMMIGRATION AT PIER 21 Musée canadien de l’immigration du Quai 21 1 –    Payments to the Museum for operating and capital

June 26th, 2020
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Jean-Yves DuclosLiberal

Human Resources committee  Yes, I can absolutely touch on that as well. What we found in preparing the research—and this is specific to immigrant physicians working in Canada but can be generalized to many other health care workers, including nurses, lab technologists, other front-line workers

June 22nd, 2020Committee meeting

Robert Falconer

Human Resources committee  Thank you very much for that clarification. On the issue with our immigration system, there was a point in time when we brought in people with a whole range of skills—not just high skills and not just economic immigrants, if you will, but the whole range of skills. To boot, we

June 22nd, 2020Committee meeting

Jenny KwanNDP