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Live-In Caregiver Program: Letter to Ministers Alexander and Kenney,

Letter sent to the Ministers dated August 12th regarding the current state of the Live-In Caregiver Program.

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Don Davies Annual Community BBQ 2014

The BBQ was a big success, serving over 1,500 hot dogs in 2 hours!

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Hupacasath Releases “Canada-China FIPA 101- What First Nations Need to Know”

The latest information from the Hupacasath First Nations on their fight against the Canada-China FIPA

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Tom Mulcair: Canadians want balanced and principled approach to Mideast conflict

As Canadians, we don’t want our country sitting on the sidelines, unwilling to help and marginalized by Stephen Harper’s one-sided approach.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 5, 2014 STATEMENT FROM NDP ON THE CANADA-EU TRADE AGREEMENT After nearly a year of negotiations since the Conservative government claimed they had reached a deal with Europe, the NDP welcomes what now appears to be actual progress towards a Canada-EU Trade Agreement. The NDP has long maintained that Canada should […]

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Summer BBQ Invite & Recipes

Click on the link below to see the ten BBQ recipes I recently shared along with the invite to my Community BBQ. Click Here to see all BBQ recipies Keep an eye on your mailboxes for your invitation! Here are the details:   Where: Slocan Park (at 29th Avenue Skytrain) When: Saturday, Aug. 16 from 1 […]

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New Democratic Party Pride Agenda

The NDP have put forth a package of measures aimed at bringing about full equality for the LGBTQ community.

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Don on CTVnews: remove investor-state to improve CETA

“Davies said jettisoning the [investor-state] chapter … would improve the agreement, although it would give a black eye to the Harper government.”

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Conservatives allow alleged drug-linked businessman into Canada

Last month the Conservative government allowed Steven Law, a Burmese billionaire with alleged ties to the drug trade, into Canada for an ASEAN organized Economic Ministers Roadshow. Meanwhile, human rights activists from the same country have been denied Canadian visas.

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Don & volunteers continue Jack Layton’s work

Don and volunteers bring Jack Layton’s Climate Change Accountability Bill to Vancouver Kingsway residents

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