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    I was shocked and saddened to learn of the tragic deaths of Randy Cada and Perry Joe Boyer last week while setting fishing nets in preparation for a Good Friday community meal. The event has rocked the Mississauga First Nation and nearby Blind River. Randy was a friend and former colleague at Parole and Probation Services. He was always involved with the community, had a big personality and enjoyed talking and joking around with people. Most of all, he never missed an opportunity to talk about his wife, children, and grandchildren. I will miss running in to him at the annual Pow Wow where he always greeted me with a warm welcome, big hug , and a great big smile. I want to extend my sincere and deepest sympathy to the families of Randy and Perry Joe as well as to the community.
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    Was saddened to hear of Herb Gray's passing. I join other Parliamentarians in saluting him for his years of service to Canada.
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    Today we celebrate Earth Day to raise awareness of the state of our planet, and as a call to action for a greener future. Every year the call becomes more urgent as economic convenience continues to trump environmental sanity. Currently, Canada’s government doesn’t want to force polluters to pay to clean up the environmental damage they create. We are provided with the false choice of jobs or environmental protection and are being asked to mortgage our future. These same politicians who argue against monetary deficits have no problem with creating environmental debt. Unlike a loan that can be repaid, endangered spaces and species can be lost forever.
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    Wishing a Happy Easter to everyone celebrating today. Whether you are or not, I hope everyone is making the most of the long weekend.
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    In solidarity with former employees of Elliot Lake mines at the rededication ceremony for the Miners Memorial. Many were on hand for moving tributes which focused on workers who lost their lives - both in the mine and from occupational illnesses - their families, the Ham Commission, as well as Occupational Health & Safety Act that came about because of the historic wildcat strike in 1974
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