Don In Parliament

Don asked today “Will the Minister now apologize for misleading these organizations and Canadians living with HIV?” but Philpott refused to answer the question or admit any wrongdoing.

With the Chairman of the company allegedly detained by authorities in China last week, Don asks the Prime Minister if the government will reverse their decision to ensure Canadians are protected.

Don highlights the recent cuts to the French Immersion programs in Vancouver.

With the upcoming legislation on legalizing marijuana, Don speaks to the need to provide concrete and effective cannabis driving regulations.

Don speaks in support of a framework for palliative care in Canada

Don speaks in the House about the need for further research, funding and support for those with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families.

One of the members of the government-convened panel appointed to revise guidelines on opioid prescriptions was a paid advisor for pharmaceutical companies.

Don clarifies the numbers stated by the Minister of Health in yesterday’s question period, and questions the progress being made on this epidemic.

On Monday, May 15 Don spoke in the House of Commons urging the federal government to put more resources into addressing the opioid crisis Canada is facing.

Don asks the Minister of Health when the government will provide the resources necessary to bring the opioid crisis under control.