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Cullen slams decision for single inquest into northern sawmill explosions

August 08, 2014

The BC Coroners Service decision this week to hold a single public inquest into four deaths at sawmill explosions in Burns Lake and Prince George is little more than a “tick box” in already badly flawed investigations, says Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen.

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Conservatives must respond now to Mount Polley tailings pond disaster

August 06, 2014

New Democrats are urging the Conservative government to respond immediately to the devastating breach of the Mount Polley Mine tailings pond where billions of litres of toxic water and sands have been released into the surrounding lakes and rivers.

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Skeena standoff hurting Northwest economy and communities

July 25, 2014

Opposition Finance Critic Nathan Cullen (Skeena-Bulkley Valley) continues to call for calm as tensions rise in the wake of contentious “eviction notices” for the Skeena River and all claimed Gitxsan traditional territories.

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News from NDP.ca

Statment by the Official Opposition on Labour Day

Official Opposition Labour critic Alexandre Boulerice (Rosemont – La Petite-Patrie) made the following statement regarding Labour Day:

“On this Labour Day 2014, New Democrats would like to highlight...

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NDP convinces telecom companies to end some “pay-to-pay” fees

After years of fighting to end “pay-to-pay” fees, the NDP is pleased that telecommunications companies have agreed not to gouge certain customers, but is still pushing for an outright ban on this...

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Conservatives ignore widespread calls for action on retirement security

Despite widespread calls for action on retirement security, and growing concern amongst Canadians, Conservatives continue to mismanage one of the most pressing economic issues facing Canada today.

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Nouvelles de NPD.ca

Déclaration de l’Opposition officielle à l’occasion de la Fête du Travail

Le porte-parole de l’opposition officielle en matière de travail, Alexandre Boulerice (Rosemont – La Petite-Patrie), a fait la déclaration suivante à l’occasion de la Fête du Travail :

«  En ce...

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Le secteur des télécommunications élimine certains « frais à payer pour payer » à la suite de pressions du NPD

Le NPD, qui lutte depuis longtemps pour mettre fin aux « frais à payer pour payer », se réjouit que les entreprises de télécommunication aient accepté de ne plus imposer ces frais à certains de...

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Les conservateurs négligent toujours la sécurité de la retraite

Malgré la préoccupation grandissante des Canadiens et les nombreux appels enjoignant le gouvernement à agir en matière de sécurité de la retraite, les conservateurs continuent de négliger cet enjeu...

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