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Long Range Mountains  Mr. Speaker, it has been my honour to represent my riding of Long Range Mountains in this 42nd Parliament. Our government has accomplished a great deal, however, I know that, working together, there is much more we will deliver in our next mandate. With summer coming, I must ta

June 18th, 2019House debate

Gudie HutchingsLiberal

Government Programs  Mr. Speaker, I would like to take a trip down memory lane of the last three and a half years in my riding of Long Range Mountains, Newfoundland and Labrador, with our leader. The Veterans Affairs office in Corner Brook was the first of many reopened across the country, after bei

June 12th, 2019House debate

Gudie HutchingsLiberal

Corner Brook Pulp and Paper Mill  Mr. Speaker, my hometown of Corner Brook is the largest community in the Long Range Mountains. The reason the town exists is the pulp and paper mill, which has been an economic stimulator since 1925. I was so proud to stand alongside mill manager, Darren Pelley, to announce nea

June 5th, 2019House debate

Gudie HutchingsLiberal

Status of Women  Mr. Speaker, our government has been working hard to advance gender equality, and our plan is working. One million jobs have been created and there are now more women working then ever before. Women's organizations are at the forefront of gender equality, yet they often remain

June 4th, 2019House debate

Gudie HutchingsLiberal

Transport  Mr. Speaker, in 1949, my province joined Confederation as Canada's 10th province. Since then, it has been our constitutional right as Newfoundlanders and Labradorians to be guaranteed a connection to Canada's mainland. Eastern Canadian ferries are essential for tourism, for the

May 16th, 2019House debate

Gudie HutchingsLiberal

Oceans Act  Mr. Speaker, my colleague across the way and I share some beliefs in the outdoors, and I appreciate his comments. However, Canada has over 243,000 kilometres of coastline. Our government in the last four years has gone from protecting just under 1% to over 9%. I wonder why, in t

May 13th, 2019House debate

Gudie HutchingsLiberal

Oceans Act  Madam Speaker, it is always a pleasure to hear my colleague from Dauphin—Swan River—Neepawa. We share a great passion for the outdoors and all the treasures it holds. As the member knows, Newfoundland and Labrador has over 18,000 kilometres of coastline and with that, many coas

May 13th, 2019House debate

Gudie HutchingsLiberal

Newfoundland and Labrador  Mr. Speaker, this past Monday marked the 70th anniversary since my province of Newfoundland and Labrador joined Confederation. Since 1949, our province has made an invaluable contribution to the social and cultural fabric of our nation. We have seen some unprecedented economic g

April 3rd, 2019House debate

Gudie HutchingsLiberal

International Day of La Francophonie  Mr. Speaker, today is International Day of La Francophonie, a day when all Canadians gather to celebrate francophone cultures. It is the 50th anniversary of the Official Languages Act, which continues to illustrate the importance of Canada's linguistic duality. Let us continue

March 20th, 2019House debate

Gudie HutchingsLiberal

Winter Tourism  Mr. Speaker, the evidence is quite clear. Mother Nature or Old Man Winter, whomever people believe in, has been in my riding of Long Range Mountains plenty this winter, and it has been wonderful for all the winter carnivals. There has been sliding, skiing, snowmobiling and snowsh

February 26th, 2019House debate

Gudie HutchingsLiberal

Indigenous Affairs  Madam Speaker, we know that working collaboratively to renew the relationship based on recognition of rights, respect, co-operation and partnership is key to achieving reconciliation and moving forward on self-determination for our indigenous people in Canada. The assertion of ju

December 7th, 2018House debate

Gudie HutchingsLiberal

Fur Industry  Mr. Speaker, I would like to draw the attention of the House to an industry that contributes over a billion dollars to our economy and employs 60,000 Canadians in non-traditional manufacturing. The jobs are in rural, coastal and indigenous communities and there is an impressive 2

December 4th, 2018House debate

Gudie HutchingsLiberal

Petitions  Mr. Speaker, it is my pleasure to rise in the House today to present a petition from my wonderful constituents in the riding of Long Range Mountains who state that animal testing is unnecessary to prove the safety of cosmetic products, and safety tests would be faster, more accur

December 3rd, 2018House debate

Gudie HutchingsLiberal

Tourism Industry  Mr. Speaker, the tourism industry is an important economic driver for all our communities from coast to coast to coast, especially in my beautiful rural riding of the Long Range Mountains. In Newfoundland and Labrador alone, tourism provides close to 30,000 good jobs for middle-c

November 6th, 2018House debate

Gudie HutchingsLiberal

Status of Women  Mr. Speaker, indigenous women and girls face unique challenges in their day-to-day life. Their rate of poverty is three times that of the general population. Women's groups across the country are working hard to remove barriers so all women and girls can fully reach their poten

October 22nd, 2018House debate

Gudie HutchingsLiberal