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An Act Respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis Children, Youth and Families   children away from their families and to destroy who they were as a people, which meets one of the key international tests of genocide. Duncan Campbell Scott did not invent the residential school system, but he certainly perfected it. When he was faced with the appalling deaths

March 19th, 2019House debate

Charlie AngusNDP

Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act   speaking to Bill C-88, because I am concerned that the changes it would make would politicize oil and gas extraction by expanding the powers of this Liberal government to block economic development. It would take local control and environmental stewardship away from the aboriginal

December 3rd, 2018House debate

Jim EglinskiConservative

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee   this government's promise of meaningful consultation has been proven repeatedly to be a broken promise. Whenever I contemplate consultation, I think of free, prior, and informed consent. Grand Chief Ed John said it best to this committee not too long ago. Speaking to the UN Declaration

September 7th, 2018Committee meeting

Rachel BlaneyNDP

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  Thank you, Madam Chair. My first question will go to Jessie. You were talking about planning and the difficulties, and I think you were following on a very similar trend to what Theodore was saying earlier, prior to you. There's a shortage of planners in many aboriginal

March 19th, 2019Committee meeting

Jim EglinskiConservative

Corrections and Conditional Release Act   with lots of offenders, be they aboriginal people or quite often women, or quite often those with addiction and mental health problems, who do not belong in the corrections system. They belong in the mental health treatment system. They belong in the addictions treatment system

March 1st, 2019House debate

Randall GarrisonNDP

Corrections and Conditional Release Act   disagree. One organization said that structured intervention units, or SIUs, are not needed, that the bill fails to focus on the programs and that there are concerns with section 81. That was the Elizabeth Fry Society. The John Howard Society disagrees, saying that it needs more

March 1st, 2019House debate

Jamie SchmaleConservative

Committees of the House   and jobs are being moved to the United States. During the study, the Liberal member for St. John's East also repeatedly suggested that there should be no action against the mountain pine beetle so that “nature will take its course”. Conservatives agree with the executive director

February 27th, 2019House debate

Shannon StubbsConservative

Corrections and Conditional Release Act   81, due to the workings of indigenous governing bodies. The John Howard Society calls it a bad bill. It wanted to know what was the difference between solitary confinement and structural intervention. It said there was no difference, that the bill changed the words, but it did

February 21st, 2019House debate

Jim EglinskiConservative

Aboriginal Cultural Property Repatriation Act   and the Mainland. One in particular is the Ye'yumnuts village near Duncan, which is about to become a living indigenous history lesson. It is a 2.4 hectare meadow, which, in collaboration with Cowichan tribes, will be used as an open air classroom. They have found a lot of different tools

November 28th, 2018House debate

Alistair MacGregorNDP

Aboriginal Cultural Property Repatriation Act   distinguished member for St. John's East, who has not only helped me to ensure the bill gets through in the appropriate time, but who will also speak to it again tonight. This private member's bill has taken me down a road I did not expect to go down when it was first adopted. Just a few

November 28th, 2018House debate

Bill CaseyLiberal

Natural Resources committee   treaty policies have not adequately addressed issues relating to shared territories, such that the Crown has occasionally purported to grant rights under treaty that in the eyes of some courts override the unceded aboriginal rights of neighbouring first nations, even where resource

February 5th, 2019Committee meeting

John Helin

Expungement of Certain Cannabis-related Convictions Act   with a prominent aboriginal leader from British Columbia, with people from the John Howard Society and with Senator Pate, the former executive director of the Elizabeth Fry Society. They all called on the government to get with this, expunge records and not to rely, as I will explain why

December 7th, 2018House debate

Murray RankinNDP

Wrecked, Abandoned or Hazardous Vessels Act   to be achieved by this legislation. Alongside him is retired vice-admiral Denis Rouleau and the hon. Ian Holloway, a naval veteran who is now the dean of law at the University of Calgary, as well as a good friend of mine, Richard Blackwolf, the head of the Canadian Aboriginal Veterans

February 1st, 2019House debate

Erin O'TooleConservative

Canadian Heritage committee   the requests. They will demand this kind of information, in addition to the practical need to know where things are. When we do this research, as we have been doing in the GRASAC project, it illuminates the different ways that aboriginal cultural property has left communities over

October 2nd, 2018Committee meeting

Dr. Ruth Phillips

National Defence Act   members and the public safety minister about the situation with respect to Tori Stafford and the fact that her killer has been moved to an aboriginal healing centre. In the context of speaking of a victims bill of rights, I cannot believe for the life of me that the government

October 1st, 2018House debate

John BrassardConservative