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February 14th, 2017

NDP welcomes landmark decision in favour of Sixties Scoop survivors

New Democrat critic for Indigenous affairs, Romeo Saganash, made the following statement following the Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision in the Brown v. Canada case:

February 14th, 2017

Liberals 'Sorry, not sorry' for abandoning electoral reform promise

OTTAWA – On Tuesday, Liberal MPs voted down an NDP motion calling on the government to apologize for abandoning its promise to reform Canada’s outdated and unfair voting system.

February 8th, 2017

NDP motion will force Liberals to admit they misled Canadians

OTTAWA – On Wednesday, the NDP announced it will be forcing a vote on the Liberals decision to break their promise to change Canada’s electoral system and make 2015 the last election held under the current outdated and unfair voting system.

February 7th, 2017

Restrictive rules on medical aid in dying failing Canadians

OTTAWA – On Tuesday, marking the two year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s landmark decision on medical aid in dying, NDP Justice Critic Murray Rankin issued a scathing assessment of the government’s restrictive rules on physician assisted dying legislation.

February 1st, 2017

Trudeau reveals that he misled voters on democratic reform

New Democrat Critic for Democratic Reform, Nathan Cullen, made the following statement:

“In his most cynical decision to date, Justin Trudeau broke a black-and-white promise to Canadians to make every vote count. This is a betrayal of every Canadian that voted to change the electoral system as well as every Canadian who voted to do politics differently.

January 20th, 2017

Linda Duncan to speak at Women’s March

For Immediate Release

EDONTON - Linda Duncan (MP Edmonton Strathcona) will join millions across North America and around the world coming together to speak in defence of women’s, immigrants and broader human rights.

January 12th, 2017

Cullen asks new Electoral Reform Minister to co-draft bill

OTTAWA – On Thursday, the NDP Critic for Democratic Reform Nathan Cullen invited the new Minister for Democratic Institutions, Karina Gould, to jointly draft the government’s electoral reform legislation with opposition parties.

December 15th, 2016

NDP welcomes long-awaited ban on asbetos

NDP Labour Critic, Sheri Benson, issued the following statement today:

“Activists, labour groups and health and safety advocates have long called for a ban on asbestos, and the government’s announcement today is a welcome step in the right direction. We hope that the changes announced today will mean that workers, as well as the public, will be better protected, and that Canada plays a leading role in eliminating asbestos in international trade.

December 14th, 2016

NDP statement on the situation in Aleppo

NDP Foreign Affairs Critic, Hélène Laverdière released the following statement today:

The situation in Aleppo is horrifying. The situation in Syria is devastating. New Democrats call on the government of Canada to increase its diplomatic efforts for a ceasefire and political solution to the crisis. And we must support the investigation and prosecution of war crimes. These atrocities must not go unpunished.

December 12th, 2016

NDP MP Ashton concludes national precarious work consultation with groundbreaking call to action

Critic for Jobs, Employment and Workforce Development Niki Ashton (Churchill—Keewatinook Aski) is challenging the federal government to tackle the emerging precarious work crisis faced by Canadians who belong to the Millennial generation.

December 1st, 2016

NDP Statement on World AIDS Day

New DemocratHealth Critic, Don Davies, made the following statement:

“On this World AIDS Day, Canada’s New Democrats remain steadfast in our commitment to building a world where no one has to know the isolation, stigmatization and pain brought on by HIV/AIDS.

December 1st, 2016

Historic report lays out path to a fair voting system

OTTAWA – The Special Committee on Electoral Reform released its final report Thursday morning, which makes a historic recommendation of a Proportional Representation voting system for Canada.

December 1st, 2016

Historic report lays out path to a fair voting system

OTTAWA – The Special Committee on Electoral Reform released its final report Thursday morning, which makes a historic recommendation of a Proportional Representation voting system for Canada.

November 29th, 2016

Experts back NDP move to strengthen spy oversight committee

OTTAWA — Pressure is growing on the government to accept changes to Bill C-22 after a string of experts have backed NDP amendments that would expand the powers of the new security watchdog.

November 23rd, 2016

LIBERALS REJECT ATTEMPT TO FIX CPP BILL

OTTAWA — Today in the Finance Committee, the Liberals refused to support NDP amendments to the proposed CPP legislation which would have ensured that women and people living with disabilities are not unfairly penalized. Additionally, Liberal MPs shut down debate in a desperate move to avoid a motion that would have called on the government to fix this bill.

November 18th, 2016

NDP proposes fixing flawed Liberal Bill on CPP

OTTAWA — The NDP announced they will be introducing amendments to the Liberal legislation on enhancements to the Canada Pension Plan in order to fix a provision that penalizes women and people living with disabilities.

November 18th, 2016

NDP STATEMENT ON THE OPIOID CRISIS

NDP Health Critic, Don Davies, issued the following statement:

“Today, New Democrats are calling on the federal government to declare Canada’s opioid overdose crisis a national public health emergency. Additionally we urge the government to create a national multi-sectoral taskforce on opioid overdose, and repeal or significantly amend Bill C-2 to remove unnecessary barriers to opening new harm reduction facilities.

November 16th, 2016

It's time for a complete ban on asbestos

Today, NDP MP Sheri Benson held a joint press conference with the President of the Canadian Labour Congress, Hassan Yussuff, in a combined effort to force the government to impose a complete ban on asbestos and all products containing asbestos in Canada.

November 10th, 2016

VETERANS DESERVE BETTER

NDP Veterans Affairs Critic, Irene Mathyssen (London-Fanshawe), is calling on the Liberal government to better recognize and value the contributions of Canada’s veterans.

November 10th, 2016

Liberals must fully compensate dairy farmers for CETA losses

The NDP is criticizing the Liberal compensation plan for losses to the dairy industry caused by CETA. After abandoning dairy farmers on the issues of diafiltered milk and the Duties Relief Program, the Liberal government is being called out for failing to deliver the compensation it promised for the industry’s CETA-related losses.

November 9th, 2016

Liberal ministers must reveal what they knew about CSIS data storing

Today, the NDP is calling on the Minister of Public Safety, Ralph Goodale, and the Minister of Justice, Jody Wilson-Raybould, to testify before the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security about what they knew about CSIS’ illegal activities and when they became aware of them. It was revealed last week that CSIS has been illegally storing information on untold numbers of ordinary Canadians who pose no security threat whatsoever, through its Operational Data Analysis Centre (ODAC). This troubling revelation amounts to a massive breach of privacy, a grave disregard for the rule of law, and a disturbing attempt to hide an abuse of power from the Court

November 7th, 2016

Liberal oil spill response measures don't go far enough

OTTAWA – The NDP Critic for Fisheries, Oceans and Canadian Coast Guard, MP Fin Donnelly (Port Moody – Coquitlam) today expressed his support for some of the measures announced today but called for more to be done to protect our coasts.

November 3rd, 2016

It's time to end Veteran discrimination

OTTAWA — Yesterday, NDP Veterans Affairs Critic Irene Mathyssen (London-Fanshawe), along with NDP MP Gord Johns (Courtenay-Alberni), introduced two bills that will amend discriminatory legislation impacting veterans and their families.

November 3rd, 2016

NDP supports plan to reduce government energy use

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

OTTAWA – Linda Duncan, MP for Edmonton Strathcona and NDP Environment Critic expressed support for the government’s announcement on reducing federal energy use.

November 1st, 2016

Liberal privatization scheme will leave Canadians paying more

OTTAWA – The NDP is condemning the Liberal government for its scheme to privatize public infrastructure that will mean new tolls and user fees where there are none, and the hiking of fees where they already exist.

November 1st, 2016

NDP statement on the adoption of motion to end discrimination against First Nations Children

NDP Indigenous Affairs Critic Charlie Angus (Timmins – James Bay) made the following statement following the adoption of his motion on ending discrimination against First Nations children.

November 1st, 2016

NDP statement on the adoption of motion to end discrimination against First Nations Children

NDP Indigenous Affairs Critic Charlie Angus (Timmins – James Bay) made the following statement following the adoption of his motion on ending discrimination against First Nations children.

October 26th, 2016

Fix homophobic military records now

OTTAWA- The NDP is calling on the federal government to take immediate action and correct service records for former members of the Canadian Forces who were given dishonourable discharges for being gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender.

October 25th, 2016

Liberals must act on precarious work for millennials

NDP is calling on Liberals to act on precarious work for young Canadians instead of continue to shrug it off as if there is nothing to be done.

October 17th, 2016

NDP STATEMENT ON SITUATION IN ETHIOPIA

NDP Foreign Affairs Critic, Hélène Laverdière, and NDP Vice Chair of the Subcommittee for International Human Rights, Cheryl Hardcastle, released the following statement today:

October 14th, 2016

NDP STATEMENT ON THE PASSING OF JIM PRENTICE

NDP Leader Tom Mulcair made the following statement on the passing of Jim Prentice:

“It is with great sadness that Catherine and I learned of the sudden passing of Jim Prentice today.

October 4th, 2016

Liberals reject oversight of Canadian arms exports

Government votes against NDP motion that would have established Parliamentary committee to investigate Canadian arms exports to human rights abusers

October 4th, 2016

NDP calls on government to act on nuclear safety

OTTAWA – The NDP is calling on the Liberal government to act on the findings in the Environment Commissioner’s fall report concerning troubling gaps in the inspection of nuclear power plants by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC).

September 28th, 2016

NDP Call on Government to Repeal Ministerial Directive on Torture

OTTAWA – The NDP is urging the Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale to end the ministerial directive, which permits the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) to use information derived from torture.

September 28th, 2016

NDP's Duncan Slams Environment Minister on Environmental Assesment of Rail

OTTAWA – Today, Linda Duncan, NDP Critic for Environment and Climate Change, questioned the Minister for Environment and climate change on her refusal to require environmental assessments of potentially dangerous rail cargo.

September 27th, 2016

NDP Tables Bill to Strengthen Rail Safety

OTTAWA- On Tuesday, NDP Critic for Environment and Climate Change, Linda Duncan (Edmonton-Strathcona), tabled a Private Member’s Bill to strengthen the regulation of dangerous goods shipped by rail.

September 22nd, 2016

NDP SECURES EMERGENCY STUDY OF OPIOID CRISIS

OTTAWA – NDP Health Critic, Don Davies (Vancouver – Kingsway) has secured a key study of the opioid crisis in Canada. Davies won unanimous support from his colleagues when he put forward a motion calling on the Standing Committee on Health to make recommendations for dealing with the growing opioid crisis.

September 7th, 2016

NDP statement on the situation in Gabon

The NDP Critic for Foreign Affairs, Hélène Laverdière (Laurier–Sainte-Marie), and the NDP Critic for International Development, Robert Aubin (Trois-Rivières), issued the following statement:

September 7th, 2016

LIBERALS TURNING A BLIND EYE TO FOREIGN ARMS SALES

LIBERALS TURNING A BLIND EYE TO FOREIGN ARMS SALES

OTTAWA- Amid new reports of Canadian arms exported to countries with poor human rights records, New Democrats are renewing their call for a Parliamentary body to examine arms exports.

August 25th, 2016

LIBERAL GOVERNMENT MUST END USE OF UNPAID INTERNSHIPS IN THE CIVIL SERVICE

OTTAWA – The NDP Critic for Jobs, Employment and Workforce Development, Niki Ashton (Churchill-Keewatinook Aski), is calling on the federal government to put an end to the use of unpaid internships within the federal public service and to develop a comprehensive strategy that will end the practice of unpaid internships.

August 3rd, 2016

NDP TO INTRODUCE BILL TO STRENGTHEN RAIL SAFETY

OTTAWA – NDP Transport Critic Linda Duncan (Edmonton – Strathcona) is calling for improved safety regulations regarding the transport of dangerous cargo. To that end, Duncan has announced her intention to introduce, in September, a bill to require strengthened measures to assess and regulate rail shipping of dangerous cargo.

July 26th, 2016

NEW DEMOCRATS ALARMED BY CRACKDOWN IN TURKEY

OTTAWA – New Democrats are alarmed at the human rights situation unfolding in Turkey, including Turkey’s President granting his government the ability to bypass parliament and rule by decree; Turkey’s decision to suspend the European Convention on Human Rights; and the possibility that Turkey will re-introduce the death penalty.

June 20th, 2016

NDP statement on World Refugee Day

NDP Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship critic Jenny Kwan (Vancouver East) made the following statement on World Refugee Day:

June 14th, 2016

Government must restore Palestinian refugee funding

NDP Foreign Affairs Critic Hélène Laverdière (Laurier - Sainte-Marie) called on the Liberal government to immediately renew contributions to the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), which helps Palestinian refugees in multiple countries. The previous Conservative government cut off all Canadian aid to UNRWA.

June 14th, 2016

NDP CALLS FOR MANDATORY LABELLING OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOODS

New Democrat MP Pierre-Luc Dusseault (Sherbrooke) tabled Bill C-291 this morning calling for the mandatory labelling of genetically modified (GM) foods.

June 7th, 2016

NDP SECURES COLLABORATIVE PROCESS ON ELECTORAL REFORM

OTTAWA — New Democrats have secured a significant victory for Canadians in the process of electoral reform. The Liberal government has voted in favor of the NDP’s plan to make reforming our electoral system a fair, inclusive process based on cross-party collaboration. The NDP motion establishes a committee to study future voting systems that represents all parties in Parliament and does not give an advantage to any single party.

May 18th, 2016

NDP WELCOMES OFFICIAL APOLOGY ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE KOMAGATA MARU TRAGEDY

NDP Leader Tom Mulcair (Outremont) made the following statement on the anniversary of the Komagata Maru tragedy:

May 18th, 2016

NDP OUTRAGED AS LIBERALS TAKE VETERANS BACK TO COURT

New Democrats are outraged by reports today that veterans are yet again being fought in court by their own government that will deny our heroes their benefits. This comes after the Liberal Party campaigned on bringing back a lifetime pension for veterans.

May 13th, 2016

LIBERALS LACKING AMBITION ON INTERNATIONAL AID

Earlier this week, the Prime Minister called the UN goal to spend 0.7% of Gross Domestic Product on foreign aid "too ambitious”. The Minister of International Development had announced earlier this year that her government wouldn't meet the 0.7% foreign aid goal.

May 12th, 2016

RADIO-CANADA, TELEFILM CANADA, NFB: WHERE IS THE PROMISED FUNDING?

After new spending for Canada's cultural sector was announced in the last federal budget, the NDP is disappointed to see that the latest documents tabled by the Treasury Board make no mention of this reinvestment.

April 27th, 2016

HUMAN RIGHTS TRIBUNAL PUTS LIBERALS UNDER THIRD PARTY MANAGEMENT

Angus: After months of delays in protecting indigenous kids, the Human Rights Tribunal has now ordered the Liberal government to take immediate action – essentially putting them under third Party Management

April 13th, 2016

NDP PRESENTS HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS

MONTRÉAL — Today, New Democrat Housing critic Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet (Hochelaga) released the report from her cross-Canada housing tour. After a three-year tour of more than thirty communities, Boutin-Sweet reports that the situation is devastating.

April 5th, 2016

LIBERAL GOVERNMENT IGNORING WARNINGS, LEAVING FARMERS BEHIND ON TRADE

OTTAWA - Despite warnings from Nobel Prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz about the negative impact of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal on Canada, Liberals are pushing ahead while refusing to commit to compensation for industries that will be hurt.

April 4th, 2016

NDP STATEMENT ON CONFLICT IN NAGORNO-KARABAKH

The following statement was issued today by NDP Foreign Affairs Critic Hélène Laverdière (Laurier—Sainte-Marie):

"This weekend's clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh are profoundly alarming and represent the most serious escalation of this conflict in more than 20 years.

April 4th, 2016

NDP STATEMENT ON THE "PANAMA PAPERS” SCANDAL

NDP National Revenue critic Pierre-Luc Dusseault (Sherbrooke) made the following statement:

Operation 'Panama Papers' has exposed the shocking use of offshore tax havens. New Democrats have always fought against this kind of abuse that allows the wealthy to play by different rules than ordinary Canadians.

March 30th, 2016

NDP REALITY CHECK: Prime Minister to Unemployed Canadians: "You Should Be Pleased”

Justin Trudeau's message to Canadians impacted by the economic downturn has changed dramatically over the past two months.

March 30th, 2016

LIBERAL BUDGET FAILS INDIGENOUS YOUTH AND IGNORES TRIBUNAL RULING

OTTAWA- It's been two months since the damning indictment by the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal that called on the government to immediately end the systemic denial of services to Indigenous youth. And yet the Liberal budget has ignored the tribunal's call for immediate remedies. They didn't deliver one cent to implement Jordan's principle in the health care system and they shortchanged action on child welfare reform by 130 million dollars.

March 15th, 2016

NDP LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN TO TACKLE PRECARIOUS WORK IN MILLENIAL GENERATION

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

OTTAWA — New Democrats are launching a campaign to address the rising challenge of precarious work among millennials, which leaves many young Canadians with little job security, no benefits, and no ability to plan for the future.

March 11th, 2016

NDP TO CALL MINISTER TO TESTIFY AT FINANCE COMMITTEE ABOUT KPMG TAX EVASION SCHEME

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

OTTAWA — New Democrats are putting forward a motion at Finance Committee calling on National Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier, key CRA officials and KPMG executives to testify regarding the tax evasion scandal revealed in leaked documents.

March 7th, 2016

LIBERALS REFUSE TO FIX BROKEN EMPLOYMENT INSURANCE SYSTEM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

OTTAWA — Liberal MPs voted against an NDP motion urging the government to keep its election promises and fix the broken Employment Insurance system in Ottawa this evening.

February 24th, 2016

NDP MOTION: FIX BROKEN EI SYSTEM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

OTTAWA — New Democrats announced today they are moving to hold the Liberal government to account on its promises to fix our broken Employment Insurance system.

January 20th, 2016

NDP STATEMENT ON POSTMEDIA CUTS

NDP Industry Critic Brian Masse (Windsor West) made the following statement in response to Postmedia layoffs across Canada:

June 22nd, 2015

OFFICIAL OPPOSITION STATEMENT ON WORLD REFUGEE DAY

NDP Citizenship and Immigration critic Lysane Blanchette-Lamothe (Pierrefonds – Dollard) made the following statement on World Refugee Day:

December 1st, 2014

STATEMENT BY THE OFFICIAL OPPOSITION ON WORLD AIDS DAY

Official Opposition leader Tom Mulcair (Outremont) made the following statement on World AIDS Day:

December 1st, 2014

NDP ASKS THE CONSERVATIVES TO BOOST AID TO SYRIAN REFUGEES FACING FOOD CRISIS

OTTAWA – New Democrats are calling on the Canadian government to urgently increase humanitarian assistance to Syrian refugees, as a funding crisis today forced the United Nations World Food Programme to suspend a food voucher program serving over 1.7 million refugees in Lebanon, Turkey, Iraq and Egypt.

November 27th, 2014

NEW DEMOCRATS PLEASED WITH GOVERNMENT SUPPORT OF OUR OPPOSITION DAY MOTION FOR THALIDOMIDE VICTIMS

OTTAWA – The NDP welcomes the confirmation that the Conservative government intends to support our Opposition Day motion to compensate Canadian Thalidomide survivors, who have been fighting to get the care they need for more than five decades.

May 27th, 2014

STATEMENT FROM THE OFFICIAL OPPOSITION ON CUTS TO THE PUBLIC BROADCASTER

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

NDP Heritage critic Pierre Nantel (Longueuil-Pierre Boucher) made the following statement after his motion to end cuts to CBC/Radio-Canada was rejected in House:

December 5th, 2013

Linda Duncan MP Website gets top marks

I am proud to announce that Samara Canada has ranked my website among the top MP websites across the country.

September 17th, 2012

Edmonton Journal: Opposition MPs laud Peter Lougheed in House of Commons

OTTAWA — Two MPs in the House of Commons paid tribute Monday to former Alberta premier Peter Lougheed as his body lay in state in the rotunda of the provincial legislature.

September 4th, 2012

iNews880: Duncan, NDP caucus meet for pre-parliament planning

You can expect the federal NDP to come out firing when the fall sitting of parliament opens.

August 6th, 2012

CBC: Construction Project worries Lake Wabamun residents

August 5, 2012 | Lake Wabamun

People living around Lake Wabamun are sending out a warning about a farming project that they’re worried may be a danger to their lake.

July 24th, 2012

Federal departments could be forced to dramatically change way they report billions in spending to Parliament | The Hill Times Online

Monday, July 23: Federal government departments could be forced to dramatically change the way they report to Parliament the billions they spend annually if the government acts on the unanimously-approved report released by the House Government Operations Committee last month.

May 29th, 2012

A win for Canada’s veterans: Decision by Government to not appeal ruling is the right move says NDP

May 29, 2012

OTTAWA – Official Opposition Veterans Affairs Critic Peter Stoffer (Sackville-Eastern Shore) and Deputy Critic Sylvain Chicoine (Châteauguay-Saint-Constant) are pleased the federal government will not appeal the recent Federal Court decision on the Service Income Security Insurance Plan (SISIP) Long Term Disability payments that ruled in favour of injured veterans. The federal government had until May 31st to announce its intention to appeal.

January 20th, 2012

HARPER MIA ON ABORIGINAL HEALTH CARE ON EVE OF SUMMIT

Next week’s Crown – First Nations Gathering must be more than a photo op: NDP

January 20th, 2012

First Nations want action from PM: ‘This better be more than a photo op’

By: Sonya Bell

Posted: Friday, January 20, 2012

iPolitics.ca

The one-day conference between First Nations and the Crown was announced in early December, as Ottawa came under fire for the housing crisis on the northern Ontario reserve. Chiefs have been calling for the meeting since their 2010 annual general assembly.

December 14th, 2011

Aboriginal groups say UN probe in works

By: Mia Rabson

Posted: December 14, 2011

Winnipeg Free Press

Feds deny decision made on inquiry into violence

OTTAWA -- Two national women's groups say the United Nations will launch an inquiry into the high rate of violence plaguing aboriginal women in Canada.

November 30th, 2011

Attawapiskat Crisis Prompts Takeover

Posted on November 30, 2011 (Updated on December 1, 2011)

By Matthew Little

The Epoch Times

New bill targets transparency, NDP questions priorities

PARLIAMENT HILL—One of Canada’s most desperate communities is drawing attention to a problem as old as the dominion.

November 9th, 2011

Well-known problems, absent solutions

Posted on November 9, 2011

By Samantha Power

Vue Weekly

The national panel on Aboriginal education creates controversy over treaty rights

It's internationally acknowledged that Canada is failing to provide equal access to education for Aboriginal students, so when a new national panel was announced last year, it came to the disappointment of many that there would be yet another discussion about the state of education, rather than a constructive action plan.

October 25th, 2011

MP apologizes for 'Talking Eskimo' video

Anti-wheat board cartoon on David Anderson's website denounced as slur against Inuit people

posted on CBC.ca October 25, 2011

The backlash over the use of the phrase "You are talking Eskimo" in an animated video about the Canadian Wheat Board continued Tuesday.

October 25th, 2011

Tory MP sorry for offending with cartoon video

Posted in the Winnipeg Sun, October 25, 2011By Jessica Murphy, Parliamentary Bureau

OTTAWA - A Conservative MP offered a muted mea culpa Tuesday for posting a video on his website that shows a cartoon wheat board executive telling an ambitious wannabe grain farmer to "slow down young man, you are talking Eskimo."

August 31st, 2011

Aboriginal maternal and child health should be on post-2014 health accord agenda: Linda Duncan

As debate on the future of a federal-provincial health accord that expires in 2014 begins, the federal government should take a look at aboriginal maternal and child health as part of the process, says an NDP MP.

July 5th, 2011

Losing Battles

The frustration and grief are evident on the face of the man who has bent over to cry at the news. The photo is of Chief Raoni of Brazil receiving word that a massive hydro-electric dam will be built on the river that ties his community to the land. The photo is circling the Internet, encompassing the exhaustion felt when a David finally succumbs to Goliath and there is nothing left to do but grieve for what you have lost.

June 22nd, 2011

APTN political panel on Auditor General’s report

Conservative Senator Patrick Brazeau, NDP Aboriginal affairs critic Linda Duncan and Liberal Aboriginal affairs critic Carolyn Bennett discuss the latest findings of the Auditor General.