Refine by MP, party, committee, province, or result type.

Results 91-105 of 4744
Sorted by relevance | Sort by date: newest first / oldest first

The Budget   and 12,000 year ago.” The images of that life are carved in the wall with Inuit people carrying out their hunting traditions. We can go forward, and there are the native people who greeted the Vikings in the year 900 and 1000. We have images in the centre stone of John Cabot holding up

April 2nd, 2019House debate

Kevin Lamoureux

Budget Implementation Act, 2019, No. 1  ; Lynne Yelich of Saskatchewan; Rick Casson, James Rajotte and Monte Solberg of Alberta; and John Duncan of B.C. We still stay in touch and we will always remain friends. The many Hill staff I have worked with, and this is only some of them, are such great people that I want to name

June 4th, 2019House debate

Larry MillerConservative

Industry committee  John, thank you for highlighting it. Yes, it was disappointing to provide stats only to 2017, knowing the historic budget was in 2018.

May 30th, 2019Committee meeting

Kirsty DuncanLiberal

Industry committee   particularly important to the IT sector. That's block one, if you like. Block two is around technology and science. There has been a huge investment in fundamental science of $10 million and Minister Duncan will have an opportunity to speak to you about those investments in program

May 28th, 2019Committee meeting

John Knubley

Aboriginal Cultural Property Repatriation Act   to others and would allow the people who share a common history to have direct input. Bill C-391 speaks to the role of the federal government in repatriation. I would like to point out that the bill no longer includes a definition of what is meant by “aboriginal indigenous cultural

February 19th, 2019House debate

Scott SimmsLiberal

Canada's Oil and Gas Sector   things: sustained engagement with aboriginal communities to build effective relationships; recognition that aboriginal communities view natural resource development as linked to a broader reconciliation agenda; recognition that support would only come for natural resource development

November 28th, 2018House debate

Linda DuncanNDP

Canadian Heritage committee  , I reported on May 9, 2018 to the Standing Senate Committee on Aboriginal Peoples that in 2015 alone, NAFC friendship centres saw over 2.3 million client contacts, and provided over 1,800 different programs and services in many areas, including language. For example, at First

February 26th, 2019Committee meeting

Christopher Sheppard

Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act  Madam Speaker, I would remind the member opposite that this was a great concern of John Diefenbaker, who gave indigenous people the vote. Most of the ugly residential school experiences were under the Liberal government of Mackenzie King. Let us not point fingers when

June 13th, 2019House debate

Robert SopuckConservative

Aboriginal Cultural Property Repatriation Act  Mr. Speaker, it is a pleasure to rise tonight in the House of Commons and contribute my voice to the debate on Bill C-391, an act respecting a national strategy for the repatriation of aboriginal cultural property. I will begin by thanking the sponsor of the bill, the hon

November 28th, 2018House debate

John NaterConservative

Wrecked, Abandoned or Hazardous Vessels Act   with abandoned and derelict vessels. They were in government for 10 years and they left coastal communities vulnerable. The number of derelict and abandoned vessels skyrocketed, with no action from the Harper government. In fact, John Duncan, who at the time was the MP for Vancouver Island

February 1st, 2019House debate

Gord JohnsNDP

Budget Implementation Act, 2019, No. 1  , through new horizons for seniors, five organizations in my riding have received over $80,000 in funding, including, among others, the Lower Fraser Valley Aboriginal Society and the Royal Canadian Legion. This is what real change looks like. We also know that no Canadian should have

May 31st, 2019House debate

John AldagLiberal

Accessible Canada Act  Madam Speaker, that was not something I had time to raise in my speech, but the member is exactly right. There were stakeholders at committee who raised this very issue. For example, Mr. Neil Belanger, the executive director of the British Columbia Aboriginal Network

May 28th, 2019House debate

John BarlowConservative

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee   and provincial bodies, there was a lot of apprehension. Maybe just talk about that. At the time the minister was John Duncan. It took several years to get this agreement. What were the obstacles to this agreement? When you're dealing with schools on reserve, as you know, Darcy, everybody

April 9th, 2019Committee meeting

Kevin WaughConservative

Corrections and Conditional Release Act   decision-makers would be appealable to the Federal Court by both the inmate and the Correctional Service of Canada in accordance with section 18 of the Federal Courts Act. Independent oversight is something that has been advocated by a number of stakeholders, including The John Howard

March 1st, 2019House debate

Ralph GoodaleLiberal

Bills of Exchange Act   to deliver on at least one of them. I want to read call to action 80. It states: We call upon the federal government, in collaboration with Aboriginal peoples, to establish, as a statutory holiday, a National Day for Truth and Reconciliation to honour Survivors, their families

February 28th, 2019House debate

Linda DuncanNDP