Don In Parliament

“Will the Prime Minister admit that his government’s approach is failing and tell this House what he plans to do to reverse this deadly epidemic?”

“Last night the Senate passed Bill C-45, important legislation that will positively change 100 years of legal, social, and economic attitudes towards cannabis.”

“Canadians deserve a timely, evidence-based cannabis law. C-45 is better than the status quo – but it is not legalization.”

“Jagmeet Singh and the NDP are advocating a policy of decriminalization and medical regulation of drugs as a means of responding to the opioid crisis.”

“This bill is the result of the vision of two bright high school students from my riding of Vancouver Kingsway, Ana Brinkerhoff and Nika Asgari from Sir Charles Tupper Secondary School.”

“What is this government’s plan to deal with these amendments so that Canadains get what they deserve: a fair and timely cannabis law?”

“In other words, to make pharmaceuticals part of our single-payer, public system. That was the considered recommendation after two years of study. As Health Minister, do you agree with this recommendation?”

“From fundraising events like the Richmond-Vancouver Walk for ALS to breathtaking journeys around the top of the CN Tower, this June I challenge all Parliamentarians to push the limits and seize the day for ALS Canada.”

“Vanouver, Burnaby, the Squamish, the Tsleil-Waututh, the Coldwater Nation, and many others along the Kinder Morgan route have said no.”

“Mr. Speaker, this year marks the 30th anniversary of the Karabakh movement, a monumental event for the global Armenian community.”