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Don: the timeline makes sense – the committee’s job is to carefully consider all aspects of the bill and hear from a variety of Canadians before providing their report back the House.

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

Don discussed the importance of the jade industry in Canada and the need for national policies to enhance it.

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

“If you were dealing with any other issue where 60 Canadians are dying a week, you’d see more rapid action from the federal government.”

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.

Join Don for a coffee (on him!) and share your views on federal issues. When: Saturday, May 20, 10:00am-11:30am Where: The Tipper, 2066 Kingsway (Kingsway & Victoria)

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