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Opposition forces key debate and vote as women Take Back the Night

September 19, 2014

An unscheduled debate about violence against Indigenous women dominated proceedings in Parliament this morning and triggered an October vote as the NDP Official Opposition again highlighted a crisis the Conservative government continues to ignore.

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Cullen welcomes another airport funding announcement

September 04, 2014

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen welcomed yesterday’s announcement that the Northwest Regional Airport will receive a second grant of $250,000 from the Northern Development Initiative Trust to assist with airport expansion.
 

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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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News from NDP.ca

While Chrétien sounds a warning, Trudeau’s Liberals fall in behind the Harper Conservatives on Iraq conflict

This weekend, former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien pointed out that by agreeing to sending soldiers into Iraq, we’re already involved for the long-haul. He cast doubt on claims that Canada won’t be...

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Statement by the Official Opposition on World Alzheimer’s Day

Official Opposition Health critic Libby Davies (Vancouver East) made the following statement on World Alzheimer’s Day:

“Alzheimer’s and related diseases affect 747,000 Canadians – a number that is...

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Statement by the Official Opposition on the International Day of Peace

Official Opposition Foreign Affairs critic Paul Dewar (Ottawa-Centre) made the following statement on the International Day of Peace:

“In view of the violence that is currently gripping the...

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Alors que Jean Chrétien tire la sonnette d'alarme, Justin Trudeau et les libéraux se rangent derrière Stephen Harper et les conservateurs concernant le conflit en Irak

L’ancien premier ministre Jean Chrétien a fait remarquer ce weekend qu’en acceptant d’envoyer des soldats en Irak, le Canada s’engageait à long terme. Il a mis en doute les affirmations selon...

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Déclaration de l’Opposition officielle sur la Journée mondiale de l’Alzheimer

La porte-parole de l’Opposition officielle en matière de santé, Libby Davies (Vancouver-Est), a fait la déclaration suivante à l’occasion de la Journée mondiale de l’Alzheimer :

« Au Canada,...

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Déclaration de l’Opposition officielle à l’occasion de la Journée internationale de la paix

Le porte-parole de l’Opposition officielle en matière d’affaires étrangères, Paul Dewar (Ottawa-Centre) a fait la déclaration suivante à l’occasion de la Journée internationale de la paix :

« À la...

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