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Heritage Week  , this legislation would deliver on developing and implementing a national heritage plan and strategy for commemorating residential school sites, the history and legacy of residential schools, and the contributions of aboriginal peoples to Canada's history. Therefore, I ask my colleagues to vote

February 17th, 2023House debate

John AldagLiberal

Canada National Parks Act   a path forward. Across the Detroit River, the Wyandot community is also supporting this bill, and I will get into this a bit because it is international. The Wyandot community, another aboriginal organization, has sent in a letter of support for this. I want to point out

February 8th, 2023House debate

Brian MasseNDP

National Council for Reconciliation Act  . My hon. colleague and I have been working together and calling on the government to deliver on its promise of a $4.5-billion mental health transfer of new money, which it has not delivered. Call to action 19 cites: We call upon the...government, in consultation with Aboriginal

November 30th, 2022House debate

Gord JohnsNDP

Historic Places of Canada Act   MacDonald and John MacDonald. These amazing groups and individuals delivered an archaeology credit course that contributed to my high school diploma. I share my speech today, realizing how investments for youth can have lasting impacts. Qujalivakka. I am so grateful to them. Bill C-23

December 2nd, 2022House debate

Lori IdloutNDP

National Council for Reconciliation Act   Watt-Cloutier, Okalik Eegeesiak, Dalee Sambo Dorough, Cindy Blackstock, the member for Winnipeg Centre, Justice Murray Sinclair, John Amagoalik, Tagak Curley, former member of Parliament Romeo Saganash, John Borrows, Tracey Lindberg, Duncan McCue, Pam Palmeter and James Eetoolook. I

November 29th, 2022House debate

Lori IdloutNDP

Status of Women committee  , bystander empowerment, modelling healthy relationships, creating a positive sport environment, and anti-racism. This work is supported by Sport Canada, Status of Women Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada. In 2019, at the request of then minister Duncan, we created mandated

December 1st, 2022Committee meeting

Lorraine Lafrenière

Historic Places of Canada Act  , the history and legacy of residential schools, and the contributions of Aboriginal peoples to Canada’s history. This first point was the content of my private member's bill, and I am honoured to see this item and the entirety of call to action 79 back before the House. I am pleased

December 2nd, 2022House debate

John AldagLiberal

Government Operations committee   relationships,” ensuring “that Aboriginal peoples have equitable access to jobs,” and providing “education for management and staff on the history of Aboriginal peoples”. Can you speak a little bit about any work that your company is doing in this area and maybe some areas that you need

October 24th, 2022Committee meeting

Gord JohnsNDP

Government Operations committee  . Commit to meaningful consultation, building respectful relationships, and obtaining the free, prior, and informed consent of Indigenous peoples before proceeding with economic development projects. ii. Ensure that Aboriginal peoples have equitable access to jobs, training

September 29th, 2022Committee meeting

Gord JohnsNDP

Mental Health   upon the federal government to provide sustainable funding for existing and new Aboriginal healing centres to address the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual harms caused by residential schools, and to ensure that the funding of healing centres in Nunavut and the Northwest

October 20th, 2022House debate

Gord JohnsNDP

Government Operations committee  To me, it seems like there are lots of ways to circumvent the whole process. That's my concern. There was a press release from the Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business back in October, 2019. They stated that “aboriginal businesses could supply 24% of the federal supply chain

October 6th, 2022Committee meeting

Gord JohnsNDP

Residential Schools   by this display. I thank Lower Fraser Valley Aboriginal Society and United Churches of Langley for organizing this vigil. I give special thanks to Cecilia Reekie for all the work she has done and continues to do to make sure everyone remembers the children who never returned home.

October 7th, 2022House debate

John AldagLiberal

Government Operations committee  I guess the thought would be to work with the tribal councils and with the individual nations to explain where they are at in terms of the threshold and target. A 2021 paper prepared for the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business recommended introducing a new micro-contract

October 6th, 2022Committee meeting

Gord JohnsNDP

Canadian Heritage committee   accountability with Sport Canada. Minister, the person to your right knew of these allegations four years ago—just two weeks after then minister Kirsty Duncan made a major announcement about safe sport. He didn't even see fit to ensure that the minister, who just two weeks earlier had made

July 26th, 2022Committee meeting

John NaterConservative

Canadian Heritage committee  At that time, then minister Kirsty Duncan made an announcement. Two weeks later, these allegations came to light, and no one within the department saw fit to notify the minister or the minister's office of these major allegations from one of the largest national sports

July 26th, 2022Committee meeting

John NaterConservative