Archive for September, 2014

We need a multi-decade, sustained effort to move country in right direction

Politicians rarely think on those time scales, too often developing…

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Our tourism economy depends on efficient border control policies

On November 19, 2013, I asked the following question at…

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Working with experts to make my private member’s bill even stronger

On Private Member’s Bills: A Minister can introduce legislation whenever he or…

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MP Ted Hsu tables amendments to his bill to protect Statistics Canada

Bill C-626 shields Statistics Canada from political interference and protects…

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Checking if there are enough staff helping soldiers with mental health injuries

When a Canadian Forces member suffers serious illness or injuries,…

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How does the Hamilton CCC half-way house closure affect Kingston?

Late last spring, an individual, who wishes to remain anonymous,…

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How I will vote on the Reform Act, 2014 and why

MP Michael Chong’s revised “Reform Act, 2014”, Bill C-586, seeks…

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