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Indigenous Affairs   to clear the plains, the government would install its most insidious policy: that of the residential schools. A policy from this place, it intended to “kill the Indian in the child”, as stated by then prime minister Sir John A. Macdonald. These attacks on our children never stopped

June 10th, 2022House debate

Blake DesjarlaisNDP

Questions on the Order Paper  With regard to the court cases Ahousaht Indian Band and Nation v. Canada (Attorney General), 2008 BCSC 1494; Ahousaht Indian Band and Nation v. Canada (Attorney General), 2011 BCCA 237; Ahousaht Indian Band and Nation v. Canada (Attorney General), (29 March 2012) SCC File

June 18th, 2021House debate

Gord JohnsNDP

Indigenous Affairs   health implications are dire for this population. Their spirits are often simply broken. Many of them are suffering from systemic racism from public institutions, and are often struggling to overcome multi-generational trauma caused by colonial policies, like the Indian residential

December 7th, 2020House debate

Gord JohnsNDP

Business of Supply  Madam Speaker, the young indigenous people whom I met with in the office of the Minister of Northern Affairs were not radical activists. They were sensitive, young indigenous people expressing the importance of the land, water and air. One young woman, who had slept

February 20th, 2020House debate

Carolyn BennettLiberal

Committees of the House  , and that the committee be composed of: Ruby Sahota, Kevin Lamoureux, Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Kirsty Duncan, Churence Rogers, Mark Gerretsen, John Brassard, Blake Richards, Eric Duncan, Corey Tochor, Alain Therrien, and Rachel Blaney.

December 11th, 2019House debate

Kevin LamoureuxLiberal

An Act Respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis Children, Youth and Families   to control a broken, underfunded system. It is ironic that one of the only times the department of Indian affairs will agree to spend more money on children is when they are being taken from their families. That has been the policy. The sixties scoop has been called the millennial scoop

March 19th, 2019House debate

Charlie AngusNDP

Bill C-86 A second Act to implement certain provisions of the budget tabled in Parliament on February 27, 2018 and other measures

issues identified by the bodies established under the Act; and (c) provide another option for First Nations to access moneys held by Her Majesty for their use and benefit. Division 13 of Part 4 amends the Export and Import Permits Act to give the Minister of Foreign Affairs

December 13th, 2018
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Bill MorneauLiberal

The Budget   happened to him. He resigned, just like that. There was not a prolonged period of debate. There was not an extended period of conversation. There was literally nothing to talk about. He was a minister. He called a judge. He resigned. It was simple. John Duncan, a very distinguished

April 2nd, 2019House debate

Pierre PoilievreConservative

Business of Supply   Commission. Duncan Campbell Scott articulated the policy: I want to get rid of the Indian problem....That is my whole point. Our objective is to continue until there is not a single Indian in Canada that has not been absorbed into the body politic, and there is no Indian question

April 26th, 2018House debate

Charlie AngusNDP

The Budget   called because he thought he was advancing the public interest. Do members know what happened to him? He resigned. He was done. In the previous Conservative government, former minister John Duncan received some input from a constituent about a case that was before a quasi-judicial

April 1st, 2019House debate

Pierre PoilievreConservative

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  Thank you very much, Madame. My name is Theodore John Merasty. I am from the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation, in northeastern Saskatchewan. Our territory encompasses 32,000 square kilometres, eight communities, and over 11,000 band members, and it is a vast untapped territory

March 19th, 2019Committee meeting

Theodore Johnny Merasty

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

Indigenous Languages Act   million for indigenous organizations. John Duncan, from Vancouver Island, was the then aboriginal affairs minister. When he was put in that position in 2012, he said the Conservatives would change the funding model for aboriginal organizations and tribal councils, focusing on the areas

February 7th, 2019House debate

Gord JohnsNDP

Public Safety committee   before at a reception in Mumbai and a picture of his invitation to the upcoming Delhi reception started to circulate in the Indian media. At 7:46 p.m., the CBC published a story with these pictures. That was the first article about this in Canada. Mr. Atwal's invitation was rescinded

April 16th, 2018Committee meeting

Daniel Jean

Business of Supply   in Canadian foreign relations, while others in the government, including the Minister of Foreign Affairs, claimed that the invitation was an “honest mistake” on the part of the Canadian government, the House call upon the Prime Minister to instruct his National Security Advisor, Daniel

March 22nd, 2018House debate

John BrassardConservative