Parliamentarians vote on Wynn’s Law

In 2015, Constable David Wynn was shot and killed by a career criminal who was out on bail.Today, Parliamentarians will vote on Wynn's Law – common sense legislation to close a loophole in the Criminal Code. This is the loophole that cost Constable Wynn his life.I’m joined by Ms. Shelly…

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Shine a Light on Slavery

Ten years ago, on February 22, 2007, this House unanimously adopted former MP Joy Smith’s Motion 153 and made a powerful statement to the world by condemning human trafficking, a form of modern day slavery. Today is Shine a Light on Slavery when individuals and organizations around the world raise…

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First Nations Battle for Financial Transparency

The Canadian Taxpayer’s Federation created a video of Charmaine Stick (a band member of Onion Cree First Nation) watching videos of Minister Bennett and Conservative MP’s (including MP Cathy McLeod) talking about her battle for financial transparency.  For more information and to sign the petition, please visit:  www.taxpayer.com/charmaine.

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3 Things for Canada’s 150th Birthday

Mayor of Calgary, Naheed K. Nenshi. has a dream for the nation — to see every Canadian give a gift to the nation – three gifts, in fact. ‘3 Things for Canada’s 150th Birthday’; a simple concept that asks each Canadian to do three acts of service for their community.…

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