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It being Wednesday, the hon. member for South Okanagan—West Kootenay will lead us in the singing of the national anthem.

[Members sang the national anthem]

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Mr. Speaker, as we know, our friends, our colleagues and, as in my case, being a Cape Bretoner, our families are recovering from hurricane Fiona.

We know that five Canadian provinces were wal...

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Mr. Speaker, I rise today to mark the fifth British Home Child Day in Canada.

From 1869 to 1948, over 100,000 British children were sent to Canada from Great Britain. Some of the children wer...

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Mr. Speaker, 30 years ago the Constitution of the Slovak Republic was adopted.

In three short decades Slovakia has emerged from the shadow of forced communism as a vibrant, thriving democracy...

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Mr. Speaker, most Canadians have been watching the impact of a changing destructive climate, but many Atlantic Canadians are not because they do not have access to basic infrastructure.

P.E.I...

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Mr. Speaker, September 28 is British Home Child Day. This day is dedicated to the memory of the more than 100,000 British children brought to Canada as indentured labourers between 1869 and 1932. T...

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Mr. Speaker, the Teresa Dellar Palliative Care Residence, named in honour of its founder, is a leader in providing high quality end-of-life care.

The residence, funded by the generosity of do...

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Mr. Speaker, in April 2021, I asked the Liberal government what procedures were in place to ensure all Canadians, including those without Internet or phone access, have the necessary information to...

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Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honour the life and legacy of John A. Young, a legendary Haligonian lawyer, community builder and long-serving honorary colonel in the Halifax Rifles.

John's lega...

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Mr. Speaker, Easter Seals is celebrating its centennial anniversary this year, representing 100 years of advocacy, support and service for hundreds of thousands of Canadians living with disabilitie...

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Mr. Speaker, I am proud to represent my community of Lambton—Kent—Middlesex, which is a rural farming community. Like my family, many of my constituents, friends and neighbours are farmers who ...

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Mr. Speaker, I address this House on behalf of the Canadian Association of Parliamentarians for Population and Development.

Today, on International Safe Abortion Day, I want to recognize the ...

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Mr. Speaker, our new Conservative leader will put the people first: their paycheques, their savings, their homes and their country.

People feel like they are losing control of their pocketboo...

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Mr. Speaker, from 1896 to 1948 the British Home Child program saw over 100,000 boys and girls shipped from the United Kingdom to Canada to serve mainly as cheap labour for the families they were pl...

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Mr. Speaker, as I rise, Nova Scotia is remembering and honouring a wonderful human being: Dartmouth’s John Young.

From an early age, John understood the importance of getting involved in po...

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Mr. Speaker, gender inequality costs lives.

Tomorrow, survivors and researchers from Ovarian Cancer Canada will be on Parliament Hill as part of their awareness month. I raise my hands to the...

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Mr. Speaker, it was two years ago today.

It has been two years since the heartbreaking death of Joyce Echaquan; two years since her shocking, yet preventable death; two years since she record...

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Mr. Speaker, our new Conservative leader will put people first: their paycheques, their savings, their home and their country.

Trevor Neiman, director of digital economy and legal adviser of ...

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Mr. Speaker, I want to raise awareness today of a devastating disease.

Ovarian cancer is a difficult beast, yet I have met so many inspiring Teal Sisters who have faced it. This is the most f...

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Mr. Speaker, the cost of government is driving up the cost of living. The $500‑billion inflationary deficit has doubled our national debt. The Parliamentary Budget Officer said yesterday that Can...

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Mr. Speaker, as usual, the Conservatives are not bothering to even acquaint themselves with the facts. The facts show that the federal government is currently running a surplus of $6.3 billion. The...

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Mr. Speaker, in fact, the Prime Minister has added more debt than all previous Canadian prime ministers combined and doubled the national debt. Those inflationary deficits have bid up the cost of t...

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Mr. Speaker, as usual, the Conservatives are not bothering to even acquaint themselves with the facts. Had they bothered to read the latest fiscal monitor, they would know that so far this fiscal y...

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Mr. Speaker, they are doubling what Canadians must spend on national debt interest, and they are tripling the carbon tax, tripling that tax on gas, heat, groceries and basically every good that has...

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Mr. Speaker, actually, for middle-class Canadians we have cut taxes and made them better off. Today, a single parent in Ontario with two kids under six and earning $60,000 a year pays nearly $5,600...