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Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA), Guide on facts to Cannabis

October 16, 2018

On the Eve of Marijuana Legalization, the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA), has by request of young people published a Guide on facts to Cannabis. Please see the following link;  Talking Pot with Youth: A Cannabis Communication Guide for Youth Allies. Here are some key takeaways: · Acknowledge your biases and set ...


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CTV London: Thoughts on Transfer

October 9, 2018

https://london.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1508600 To sign the Petition, please see the following link: https://petitions.ourcommons.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-1886


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Tories Accused Of ‘Sickening’ Exploitation Of Tori Stafford’s Murder

October 1, 2018

POLITICS 09/26/2018 18:52 EDT | Updated 09/26/2018 20:07 EDT Tories Accused Of ‘Sickening’ Exploitation Of Tori Stafford’s Murder Trudeau called the attacks an example of populism “creeping” into Canadian politics. By Zi-Ann Lum OTTAWA — Graphic details about the murder of eight-year-old Tori Stafford dominated question period Wednesday, as Conservatives expressed outrage over news that ...


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Ottawa pledges to cut poverty in half but doesn’t say how it will get there

August 22, 2018

Ottawa pledges to cut poverty in half but doesn’t say how it will get there ANDREA WOO PUBLISHED AUGUST 21, 2018 The federal government has announced a national strategy to slash Canada’s poverty rate in half by 2030, but pledged no new funding or programs and provided few details on how it would reach that ...


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Liberals vow to lift 2 million Canadians out of poverty by 2030, with no new spending

August 22, 2018

Plan calls for a reduction in the rate of poverty by 50% from 2015 levels by 2030 CBC News · Posted: Aug 21, 2018 7:37 AM ET | Last Updated: August 21 The Liberal government says it’s possible to pull more than two million people over the poverty line by 2030 without committing to any ...


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From tiny agency of six to department-in-the-making: elevating the Status of Women

August 3, 2018

From tiny agency of six to department-in-the-making: elevating the Status of Women By BEATRICE PAEZ AUG. 2, 2018 Despite the Trudeau government’s efforts to brand itself as feminist and to transform the Status of Women Canada from an agency to a full department, critics say it’s an open question whether Ottawa has elevated the portfolio ...


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MPs Raitt, Allison, Hoback, Nater, Clement, and Vecchio host Defend Local Jobs meetings in London

July 31, 2018

MPs Raitt, Allison, Hoback, Nater, Clement, and Vecchio host Defend Local Jobs meetings in London July 30, 2018 On July 24, Deputy Leader of Canada’s Conservatives, Lisa Raitt joined MPs Dean Allison, John Nater, Tony Clement, and Karen Vecchio at a series of meetings on American steel and aluminum tariffs as part of the cross-country ...


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Media Release: Conservative Caucus Members discuss Trade Negotiations in London

July 27, 2018

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Documents offer glimpse of federal plans to promote upcoming poverty strategy

July 11, 2018

Documents offer glimpse of federal plans to promote upcoming poverty strategy The Canadian Press JULY 10, 2018 10:11 AM OTTAWA — Newly released documents suggest the federal Liberal government plans to sell its forthcoming poverty reduction strategy as an all-encompassing exercise that will be greater than the sum of its parts. The effort to craft ...


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Letter from the Honourable Rob Nicholson regarding Bill C-75

July 4, 2018

Please review the below letter that my colleague the Honourable Rob Nicholson has written to the Honourable Jody Wilson-Raybould, Minister of Justice and the Attorney General of Canada in regards to Bill C-75.


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