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    I enjoyed spending time in Ottawa with our federal candidate Jacqui Gingras from Okanagan-Shuswap. She is an excellent candidate and would make a great MP. I wish her and her campaign team all the very best.
    Thu 11:18 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Thu 11:09 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    It was a pleasure to have lunch with Lucy Sharratt of Canadian Biotechnology Network (CBAN) and to get an up-date on the status of GMO alfalfa and the Arctic Apple. I want to thank Lucy for sharing her expertise with me over the years on this very important issue. Thanks also to CBAN for the great work they do.
    Thu 10:00 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Worst.....government.....ever!
    Mon 1:23 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Mon 1:17 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    It was a pleasure to meet with Laura Sacks from Nelson and her Ontario colleagues of the Citizens Climate Lobby. They presented me with a petition urging the government to adopt a carbon policy that applies a fee to greenhouse gas emissions at their source of production in Canada or port of entry into Canada. [Photo L-R: Penny Henderson, Michael Polanyi, Shelba Deer, me, Laura Sacks, Lyn Adamson, Ken Johnson]
    Mon 1:05 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Can't say I'm surprised.
    Mon 12:39 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Mon 9:31 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    A big thanks to Mike Brar president of the canadian Home Builders' Association South Okanagan for inviting me to address their meeting in Penticton. A special thanks to Carol Sudchak, Executive Officer of the Association for making this happen. Among other things, I mentioned the need for the federal government to re-engage seriously in affordable housing. [Photo L-R: Me, Mike Brar]
    Nov 21, 2014 10:57 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Nov 20, 2014 10:59 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Yesterday, my colleague Rosane Doré Lefebvre received unanimous support in Parliament for her Bill C-608 calling for a ‘National Day of the Midwife’. I urge everyone to support Rosane’s bill through further stages in the legislative process. For more information and action items please visit the link below.
    Nov 20, 2014 10:51 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    November 18, 2014 ONTARIO ENDORSES TOM MULCAIR’S AFFORDABLE CHILDCARE PLAN Working with the provinces to create more spaces and reduce parents’ costs is central to Tom Mulcair’s plan for Affordable Childcare and we warmly welcome Ontario’s endorsement of our proposal. We congratulate Andrea Horwath and the Ontario NDP for bringing this motion forward and working together with all parties to get the Ontario Legislature to endorse the NDP’s plan that would create affordable, accessible and high quality childcare spaces at a cost of no more than $15/day. Sadly, in the nine years since Stephen Harper first promised to create 125,000 childcare spaces, Conservatives not only broke that promise, but under their watch parents have seen their childcare costs skyrocket. We believe it’s long past time parents got a break and look forward to working with the provinces to make this a reality. -30-
    Nov 18, 2014 3:37 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    I would like to thank Daphne Fields for organizing our Smart Meter Forum in Winlaw last Friday. The turn out was excellent and Dr. Ross Andersen's presentation very informative. I explained to those present that my colleague Libby Davies, our Health Critic, had written a letter to Rona Ambrose, the Health Minister expressing concern about this technology and Safety Code 6. So far, she has not yet received a response. Libby's staff has met with reps of Citizens for Safe Technology to discuss their petition campaign. Prior to the meeting I saw the film Take Back Your Power and would certainly recommend it as a good backgrounder on wireless technology and smart meters
    Nov 17, 2014 1:28 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    I would like to thank Cara Lee Malange, Paris Voykin and Duff Sutherland for their most interesting presentation at the MIR Centre in Castlegar last night. They talked about their trip to Guatamala last June with Graham Russel of Rights Action. While in Guatamala they met with people who have suffered at the hands of foreign mining companies, including those from Canada. It was heartbreaking to see how lives have been affected because of corporate greed.
    Nov 14, 2014 12:02 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Thanks to the Community of Hedley for inviting me to be part of the Remembrance Day ceremonies. Photo at Senior's Centre : L-R Graham Gore (Manager of Hedley Fire Department), me]
    Nov 12, 2014 3:52 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    It was a pleasure to meet these dynamic young people on Remembrance Day [Photo L-R: Alex Burke, (Princeton Ambassador), Rui Ferreira (Brazilian Rotary Exchange Student from San Paulo), me, Kassidy McCutcheon (Princeton Vice Ambassador
    Nov 12, 2014 12:15 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    It was a pleasure to drop into the Princeton Legion after the Hedley Remembrance Day ceremonies. A big thanks to Branch 56 President Jim Turner and all the executive for the warm wecome and asking me to say a few words.
    Nov 12, 2014 12:12 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    November 12, 2014 NO MORE EXCUSES FOR CONSERVATIVE CLIMATE CHANGE INACTION OTTAWA – While the American and Chinese governments have announced a bold plan to slash carbon emissions, Stephen Harper’s failure to tackle climate change means that Canada is once again lagging behind global action on the climate crisis. “If the world’s two largest polluters can form a partnership to prioritise our environment, there’s no good reason for the Conservatives to continue to stall Canadian action on emissions reductions,” said NDP Environment critic, Megan Leslie (Halifax). While Environment Canada figures have repeatedly showed that Canada will fall far short of meeting reductions targets set by the Conservatives, the U.S. continues to be on track to meet their emissions reduction goals. “The Conservatives have stalled action to reduce Canada’s emissions, weakened key environmental protections, and silenced critics,” said Leslie. “The NDP is the only party that has presented a credible plan to ensure Canada reduces greenhouse gas emissions.” – 30 –
    Nov 12, 2014 11:18 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    I am looking forward to spending this Rembembrance Day in Hedley and Princeton. This is a time to honour those that made the ultimate sacrifice and to reflect on the horrors of war. I believe that sending our soldiers in to battle should always be a very last resort. However, when they are called to service they should have the very best of support and be looked after upon their return. It is a shame that veterans have to protest the lack of services offered them by holding rallies on Parliament Hill!
    Nov 10, 2014 12:15 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Congratulations to Nadine Podmoroff and others for organizing the Climate Change and Community Solutions Conference in Castlegar on Nov 8. It was a pleasure to have the opportunity to say a few words. Climate Change is real and we need to act!
    Nov 10, 2014 12:11 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    A big thanks to Glenda Miller for inviting Ann and me to 'Grans to Grans' dinner yesterday. I also would like to thank the 'Grans' for all their dedication and hard work to help grandmothers in Africa. Thanks to Stephen Lewis for inspiring all of us. [Photo - LtoR: Deb Kozak, Glenda Miller, me]
    Nov 10, 2014 12:07 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Nov 06, 2014 1:54 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    NDP MP SECURES SUPPORT TO MAKE REMEMBERANCE DAY A NATIONAL HOLIDAY OTTAWA – In the lead up to Remembrance Day, NDP MP Dan Harris (Scarborough Southwest) celebrates the near unanimous vote of his Private Member’s Bill C-597: An Act to Make Remembrance Day a National Statutory Holiday. “From my great-grandfather Harold Riley who served in both world wars to family members who have done tours in Afghanistan, Remembrance Day has shaped our family history and always held great personal meaning,” said Harris. Under Bill C-597, Remembrance Day will be given the same legal status as Victoria Day and Canada Day, the two Legal holidays listed in the Holidays Act. Following tonight’s all-party support, C-597’s path to passage by the House has been further secured. “As a new MP I was skeptical about what could be accomplished in Ottawa,” added Harris. “Tonight’s vote with all-party support strengthens my faith in our democracy and makes me proud to represent the people of Scarborough.” – 30 –
    Nov 06, 2014 12:04 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    It was a pleasure spending some time with teachers from BC who were attending the Teachers Institute on Canadian Parliamentary Democracy in Ottawa. As a former educator it was interesting for me to talk to these dynamic teachers. [Photo: At table :Elaine, me , Brad and Shane(do not know their last names). In background other teachers along with MPs Murray Rankin and Ron Cannan and Senator Yonah Martin]
    Nov 06, 2014 11:09 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Thought I would share my column issued today.
    Nov 04, 2014 1:42 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    RECORD NUMBERS RELYING ON FOOD BANKS UNDER CONSERVATIVES OTTAWA – Shocking new numbers on Food Bank use shows the real price Canadians are paying for Conservative economic mismanagement and their failure to act on issues like childcare and affordable housing. NDP Employment and Social Development critic Jinny Sims (Newton – North Delta) says today’s Food Banks Canada report reveals an appalling increase – and record numbers of Canadians relying on food banks. “Under the Conservatives, a growing number of families don't have enough to eat, and are turning to food banks in record numbers,” said Sims. “The Conservatives have failed to create good jobs, they’ve failed to invest in affordable housing, and they’ve failed to prioritize affordable child care. Canadians are being squeezed from all sides, and this is the result.” Food Banks Canada’s latest report shows that in March 2014 nearly 850,000 Canadians used a food bank, a 25 per cent increase from 2008. More disturbingly 37 per cent of food bank users are children. The report also calls for investment in childcare that would assist the most vulnerable families, as the NDP has proposed with Tom Mulcair’s affordable childcare plan. – 30 –
    Nov 04, 2014 10:19 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    NDP CALLS FOR THREE MAJOR STUDIES AT FOREIGN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE OTTAWA - New Democrats are taking the lead at the Foreign Affairs Committee by proposing studies on some of the most pressing issues facing the international community: the brutal onslaught of ISIL, the aftermath of this summer’s conflict in the Middle East, and the democratic movement in Hong Kong. “Conservatives have not proposed any new activities at foreign affairs committee since the spring, even as important international issues have impacted Canada and Canadians,” said NDP foreign affairs critic Paul Dewar (Ottawa-Centre). “We're calling on government members of the foreign affairs committee to support the NDP agenda for focused committee hearings on these crucial issues.” The NDP's proposed studies would examine Canada’s response to ISIL-perpetrated violence in Iraq and Syria, opportunities for Canada to support Gaza reconstruction, and the situation in Hong Kong. “Conservatives may be unwilling to propose a timely agenda for committee, but New Democrats are ready,” added NDP International Development Critic Hélène Laverdière. “These studies would help produce principled and pragmatic policies, based on expert testimony and thoughtful consideration.” -30-
    Nov 03, 2014 12:33 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior

October

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    It was a pleasure to spend some time with Alex Kovalenko, an intern from Ukraine working with my colleague Raymond Côté. Alex' grandfather and my father came from the same region in Ukraine. I wish all the Ukrainian interns the very best as they wind up their stay and hope they will always remember their Canadian experience
    Oct 30, 2014 12:32 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    With Rochelle Eisen of Cawston at the Parliamentary restaurant. Rochelle from Cawston is a member of the Canada Organic Trade Association which held a reception here in Ottawa. Thanks to them for inviting me and also for all their hard work to promote organic in Canada. Also had a chance to attend a reception hosted by Farm Credit Canada. A big thanks to Dale Johnston, Chair FCC Board of Directors for inviting me. [Photo L-R - Rochelle Eisen, me]
    Oct 29, 2014 9:53 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Open House at Selkirk College November 04
    Oct 28, 2014 10:58 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Had a chance to speak on the Canada-Korea Trade agreement yesterday. October 27th, 5 p.m. Canada-Korea Economic Growth and Prosperity Act http://openparliament.ca/debates/2014/10/27/alex-atamanenko-1/ ---------------------------------------------------------- Mr. Speaker, my colleague mentioned in her speech that we on this side tried to introduce some amendments at committee. I am not sure if I heard correctly, but I think she used the word “sabotage”, which did not quite make sense to me. One of the amendments we tried to introduce was to repeal the investor state dispute settlement from this agreement. I wonder if the member is aware that under NAFTA, there have been over 30 investor state claims against Canada at all levels of government, targeting public policy measures from bans on fracking to court rulings on drug patents, and that Canada has already paid out over $160 million to investors, either as a payout or for legal fees in trying to defend various legislation. I am wondering if she thinks it is right for our tax dollars to go toward paying corporations when they dispute various laws that are put into place for our benefit. October 27th, 6 p.m. Canada-Korea Economic Growth and Prosperity Act http://openparliament.ca/debates/2014/10/27/alex-atamanenko-2/ ---------------------------------------------------------- Mr. Speaker, the member mentioned mining, and I would like to reiterate what he said. We have some real success stories in the area that we serve. Certainly the mine in Princeton, the copper mine, is a success story. I have had a chance to visit it. It is a good corporate citizen. It would benefit, as would others, from the agreement. There are obviously good things in this agreement, and we are supporting it. I still cannot fathom this whole investor state mechanism that we and I keep referring to because of things that have happened in the past or are happening now. I would like my colleague to give us his thoughts on the following. This is a quotation from the CCPA Monitor: Lone Pine Resources, a Canadian firm registered in Delaware, is suing Canada for $250 million under NAFTA because Quebec's fracking moratorium is apparently an illegal barrier to its investment opportunities. Again, the decision will be made by paid arbitrators, not the courts. This is the kind of model that will be part of this agreement. I have asked my constituents and others whether they think a company should be able to sue the federal government because a province or a municipality or the federal government wants to enact laws in the interest of its citizens. They said no, it does not make any sense. I would like to get my hon. colleague's comments on that aspect of this agreement.
    Oct 28, 2014 9:40 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    I would like to take this opportunity to wish the Sikh community in BC Southern Interior my best wishes for Diwali and a joyous new year. Diwali, the festival of lights, celebrates hope and inner strength and welcomes in the coming New Year. It is an opportunity to reflect on the past year, to look ahead and to make plans for the future with renewed optimism. People in this community, across the country and all over the world, will take this time to gather with family and friends to celebrate the victory of goodness in all of us. I believe every Canadian can share in the hope for the future that Diwali represents. Around the world, our multicultural nation is a beacon of hope. We pride ourselves on our openness and continually strive to build an inclusive society. As Diwali brings in another new year let us all remember to draw upon the good that can be found in all of us.
    Oct 24, 2014 1:52 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Thought I would share my reflections on yesterday's tragedy. While we were in our weekly caucus meeting we heard loud noises. A security guard rushed into our meeting and told us to hit the floor. We did so while tables were stacked against another door. Shortly thereafter, security came and escorted us through an underground tunnel to another building, East Block, where we spent the day locked down in a meeting room with armed guards. Around 12:30 we were escorted out to a bus and taken by motorized police escort to the Foreign Affairs building where our names and addresses were recorded. Throughout the day we were not sure if there were other shooters in the area and at the time, were told that one was on the roof. It is my hope that security tightens up on Parliament Hill, there is no 'overkill' or over reaction and that Parliament will remain accessible to the public. Certainly, we should wait for police reports before deciding what actions need to be taken.
    Oct 23, 2014 9:45 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Oct 21, 2014 10:42 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    “It was a pleasure to see Doug Stoddart, CEO of Nelson & District Credit Union in Ottawa. I would like to congratulate Doug on his election to the Board of Directors of the World Council of Credit Unions. He is one of two Canadians on this International Board – quite an achievement – Well done, Doug!
    Oct 21, 2014 10:12 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Oct 21, 2014 10:02 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Here is my column that was issued today.
    Oct 21, 2014 9:42 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    I sincerely hope that the School District 20 Trustees will support the continuing efforts of the Blueberry Creek Community School by ensuring that the building continues to serve the citizens of Castlegar. I stand behind the endeavours to maintain this importunt cultural hub.
    Oct 21, 2014 9:41 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    I was proud to offer solidarity to postal workers on the Hill today. We need to continue pushing back against the loss of home delivery. Photo: with Ian Anderson, President Ottawa local 580 CUPW
    Oct 20, 2014 1:46 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Thanks to Rebecca McDonnell for inviting me to participate in the Castlegar Community Food and Gardening Forum. This is a timely, worthwhile and important endeavor.
    Oct 17, 2014 4:10 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    A big thanks to Dan Wack, President of Nelson Retired Teachers' Association for inviting me to a lucheon meeting last Thursday. It was a pleasure to meet Paul Boscariol, President of Nelson Teachers' Association who gave us an update on the state of affairs after the strike.
    Oct 17, 2014 4:06 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 17, 2014 BIRD WATCHERS ARE NOT CRIMINALS OTTAWA – The NDP is concerned that instead of going after tax cheats, the Conservatives are using Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) resources to intimidate a law-abiding nature group. A group of bird watchers from Southern Ontario received a letter from the CRA ordering them to refrain from undertaking partisan activities with the implicit threat that future audits were a possibility. “The timing simply doesn't pass the smell test – the CRA letter arrived just days after this bird watching club wrote directly to two ministers, expressing their concern about the impact of government-approved chemicals on vulnerable bee colonies,” said NDP National Revenue critic, Murray Rankin (Victoria). “The Conservatives’ attack on anyone who questions their short-sighted policies is ridiculous. It is also deeply disturbing,” said Rankin. – 30 –
    Oct 17, 2014 9:36 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    NDP STATEMENT ON WORLD FOOD DAY Official Opposition Agriculture critic Malcolm Allen (Welland) made the following statement on World Food Day: “Ensuring that Canadians have healthy, affordable food is a national priority. Close to 850,000 Canadians visit a food bank every month and over 1 million children in Canada experience food insecurity. Without a comprehensive food policy, Canada lags behind our peers on the world stage. New Democrats are providing the federal leadership that connects Canadians from farm to fork. We understand that food matters. This is why we released our vision for a pan-Canadian food strategy that connects food security, health, agriculture and the environment. Working with the provinces and territories, we laid out a ten-point plan to strengthen our food system. This includes improving incomes so that every family can afford a healthy meal; implementing a whole of government approach to reduce reliance on food banks; strengthening our food safety system; protecting children from food advertising; and ensuring that local agriculture is sustainable for generations to come. The theme of this year’s World Food Day is Feeding the world, caring for the earth, emphasizing that we can feed the world while ensuring that we respect the environment. By working together to raise awareness around the issues at the root of poverty and hunger, we can ensure that everyone eats well and our food system is stronger for the generations that follow us. ” For more information on our Pan-Canadian Food Strategy please visit: http://malcolmallen.ndp.ca/farm-to-fork
    Oct 16, 2014 10:11 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    While in Kaslo last Saturday I dropped into the Langham Theatre Centre to congratulate them on their 40th Anniversary. A big thanks to Sheila Falle for taking the time to talk to me. Well done Kaslo!
    Oct 15, 2014 2:00 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    A big thank you to Fire Chief Douglas Yee for inviting me to the official opening of theKaslo Emergency Services Centre. Congratualtions to the Town of Kaslo as well as the RDCK and all others who made this project possible. What a tremendous achievement! [Photo L-R: me, former Chief John Matthews, firefighter Tania Seafort]
    Oct 15, 2014 1:59 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    Hope to see this petition shared widely.
    Oct 15, 2014 11:11 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    October 10, 2014 STATEMENT BY THE NDP ON WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY OTTAWA — Official Opposition Health Critic Libby Davies (Vancouver East) made the following statement to mark World Mental Health Day: “On World Mental Health Day, New Democrats stand in solidarity with Canadians affected by mental illness. We also salute their loved ones who stand by them and provide important support during difficult times. Mental health issues affect over six million Canadians. However, due to discrimination and stigma far too many people face this reality in isolation, silence and shame. Nearly 4,000 Canadians die by suicide every year and it is the most common cause of death for people aged 15 to 24. New Democrats recognise the importance of ensuring that Canadians who are living with mental illness have access to the supports they need. We remain committed to working with the provinces, First Nations, Inuit and Métis governments to implement a mental health strategy in line with recommendations from the Mental Health Commission of Canada. We want to see real leadership on mental health, working with communities to fight stigma and foster recovery, ensure better access to treatment, and reduce the disparities in supports and services across the country.” -30-
    Oct 10, 2014 10:23 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    It was a pleasure to host Jane and David Barker from Rossland today. I hope they enjoy their stay in Ottawa as they visit Jane's daughter Sheila Matthen and her partner Hasan Aswat. Sheila works with my colleague Peggy Nash. [Photo L-R: Dave Barker, me, Jane Barker]
    Oct 09, 2014 2:18 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    October 09 , 2014 NEW CONSERVATIVE HIRING CREDIT INEFFECTIVE, WASTEFUL: PBO OTTAWA – The Conservatives’ proposed Hiring Credit is an expensive, ineffective giveaway to corporations that should be scrapped, the NDP said today. According to the Parliamentary Budget Officer, the Conservative Hiring Credit will create – at most – 800 jobs, at a cost of $550,000 per new job. “Time and again, we’ve seen Liberals and Conservatives misuse EI funds that belong to workers and employers,” said Nathan Cullen (Skeena-Bulkley Valley), NDP Finance critic. “Now Conservatives are using these funds for a credit that won’t even do what it’s supposed to – create more jobs for Canadians.” The PBO report reveals that due to the Conservatives’ rate freeze and cuts to benefits, the surplus in the EI Account will be nearly $3 billion in 2015. Meanwhile, access to EI benefits is at an historic low. Fewer than 4 in 10 unemployed Canadians currently qualify for benefits. “Workers pay premiums so that EI is there for them in times of need,” added Robert Aubin (Trois-Rivières), NDP critic for Employment Insurance. “Instead of funding a wasteful tax credit, Conservatives should be using the surplus in the EI Account to fix EI so that it works for all Canadians.” New Democrats have called for job creation measures to be funded from general revenues instead of EI funds. – 30 –
    Oct 09, 2014 9:48 am | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior
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    It appears the link to this column that I posted earlier did not work. I hope this works for everyone.
    Oct 08, 2014 2:38 pm | British Columbia, British Columbia Southern Interior

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