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Don’s Statement on World AIDS Day

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.

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Don’s statement on the Kinder Morgan Pipeline Decision

The Trudeau Liberals promised to be different than the Harper Conservatives. Yet both accepted a flawed approval process with no social license. They both ignored the interests of British Columbians.

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Don questions the Minister on potential foreign purchase of a long-term health care facility

Don questions the Minister of Economic Development on the potential foreign purchase of a BC-based long-term health care facility.

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Health Canada finalizes sugar labeling legislation following introduction of Don’s Private Member’s Bill C-257

Health Canada is finalizing regulations for first-ever guidelines on daily sugar consumption.

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You are invited! Don’s Annual Holiday Open House

December 16, 5pm-7pm at the Community Office – 2951 Kingsway.

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CTV News: Medical experts urge Canada to declare public emergency over opioid crisis

NDP health critic Don Davies said there’s a clear consensus that leadership and effective co-ordination at the federal level would have a major impact on reducing overdose deaths in Canada.

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Don issues statement on the Opioid Crisis

Expert testimony at Committee showed a clear consensus that leadership and effective coordination at the federal level would have a major impact on reducing overdose deaths in Canada.

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Don reacts to news of a national dementia strategy: The Globe and Mail

NDP MP Don Davies, whose party first proposed the idea for a national dementia strategy, said he supports the idea but hopes the government doesn’t siphon off home care funding to treat those with dementia instead of providing more money for those with the condition.

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