Don In Parliament

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.

This legislation proposes to allow the Minister of Health to implement regulations to restrict access to non-tamper-resistant controlled substances or classes of controlled substances.

Don: the government’s claims of constitutional problems are “a smokescreen and no more.”

Incidents of Lyme disease are on the rise and the government’s plan fails to properly address patient concerns.

NDP health critic Don Davies called the Anbang deal a “foreign takeover of vital health-care and seniors facilities” in B.C., and asked the Liberals whether the purchase was ever discussed at one of their cash-for-access fundraisers.

Don questions the Minister of Economic Development about the recent foreign takeover of BC health care and seniors facilities