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John Duncan was Conservative MP for Vancouver Island North (B.C.) until 2015

Speech From The Throne  . However, I know that this fear exists and is real for many. I am pleased to be part of a team that believes the problems of criminal justice and the penal system are deserving of attention and action. In the area of aboriginal affairs I welcome the announcement that the implementation

January 20th, 1994House debate

John MaloneyLiberal

Aboriginal Affairs  Mr. Speaker, the aboriginal economic development program falls under the jurisdiction of the Department of Industry. I would like to advise the hon. member that we do tend to very carefully observe the application of funds from that program. The member should know

January 20th, 1994House debate

John ManleyLiberal

Aboriginal Affairs  Mr. Speaker, yes we will.

January 20th, 1994House debate

John ManleyLiberal

Speech From The Throne  , because Quebec never was a truly sovereign state, unlike the Dominion of Newfoundland, which, before 1949, was as independent as the Dominion of Canada. Without going back to ancient times to establish the rights of aboriginal people, we know that Canada existed before 1867. We can

January 21st, 1994House debate

Fran├žois LangloisBloc

Speech From The Throne   of poverty among aboriginal children through a specific head start program. The Prime Minister intends to personally chair the new national forum on health. We believe a strong national health care system is essential for the dignity of our country and for the dignity of every

January 24th, 1994House debate

Sheila CoppsLiberal

Kemano Project   in the Nechako region and the well being of aboriginal peoples who are affected by the completion of the Kemano project". It is now three months since the election. When is the Prime Minister going to live up to his commitment for this immediate study?

January 25th, 1994House debate

John CumminsReform

Cruise Missile Testing  Madam Speaker, I will be sharing the 20-minute time at my disposal with the hon. member for Saint John. I very much appreciate the opportunity to participate in this debate. I congratulate the members who have spoken immediately preceding me, the member for Sarnia-Lambton

January 26th, 1994House debate

Svend RobinsonNDP

Cruise Missile Testing  [Editor's Note: Member spoke in Inuktitut.] Madam Speaker, I am pleased to be here to participate in this very important debate. Before I get into my speech I would just like to point out a couple of comments that were made by the member for Saint John and the member

January 26th, 1994House debate

Jack Iyerak AnawakLiberal

Speech From The Throne   most proud and I thank for his support. I would be remiss if I did not also thank my father, John Cummins, and my late mother. Life is a little easier when you can look at your mother and father and say with pride "that is my mother and that is my father". I have been able to do

January 27th, 1994House debate

John CumminsReform

Speech From The Throne   constructive thoughts from my constituents on how to improve life in the riding and throughout the nation. Within the riding we have a diversity of progressive aboriginal groups with a living culture. The Sechelt Indian Band took the initiative to negotiate unique legislation to replace

January 27th, 1994House debate

John DuncanReform

Speech From The Throne  . Technically under the British North America Act my hon. friend is correct. The facts of the concerns raised by groups in this country with respect to Clayoquot would indicate that a great many people in Canada share the idea of our aboriginal peoples that the land does not belong

January 28th, 1994House debate

John FinlayLiberal

Social Security System  Mr. Speaker, I want to thank the member, for whom I hold considerable respect, for her speech. She pointed out the plight of the young, the unemployed and the aboriginal peoples in particular. I note that she talked about the need for fundamental change, the need to take risks

January 31st, 1994House debate

Chris AxworthyNDP

Pre-Budget Consultations   base, increased tax rates and reduced program expenditures. Participants at the workshops had some great advice for the minister to consider in developing his budget. I would like to share these suggestions with the House. John Howard, Vice President of MacMillan-Bloedel, says

February 1st, 1994House debate

Judy BethelLiberal

Indian Affairs  Mr. Speaker, my question is for the Prime Minister. As a lawyer and a former Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development can you provide the House today with a legal definition of inherent right to self-government as it relates to federal authority?

February 1st, 1994House debate

John DuncanReform