The Canada Family Action Coalition targets 15 Conservatives
Rob Anders is circulating a petition that suggests Bill C-279, which deals with extending human rights protection to transgendered individuals, is “intended to give transgendered men access to women’s public
After Question Period yesterday, members who will not be seeking reelection were allowed a few moments to say goodbye to the House of Commons. Eleven MPs rose and spoke of
Does Bev Oda know?
These have been rough times for International Co-operation Minister Bev Oda. Just before the scandal surrounding
After Bill C-389, which adds gender identity and gender expression to the Canada Human Rights Act, passed last week NDP MP Bill Siksay (below, left) hosted an after party.
After the House adjourned yesterday, the NDP’s Bill Siksay quietly announced he won’t be seeking reelection.
This does not mean that I am abandoning Bill C389 and the struggle for
As votes that transcend party lines are rare and social issues are generally the most difficult to navigate, a pair of recent private member’s bills to note.
Bill C-389, introduced
Dale Smith, who noted the lack of reference to gay rights in the citizenship guide when the guide was released, rounds up reaction to yesterday’s revelation.
“It’s becoming more and
The NDP party held its year-end BBQ in the courtyard of East Block. Here is leader Jack Layton.
Edmonton NDP MP Linda Duncan.
And Rona Ambrose’s man-hating dog
AIDS activists dressed in black-and-white striped prison uniforms took to the Hill to protest the criminalization of HIV transmission, noting it is the only potentially fatal pathogen being treated this
The NDP’s Bill Siksay, during members’ statements this afternoon.
Mr. Speaker, people all over greater Vancouver are deeply concerned about gang violence. While tough on crime measures always top the
From this afternoon’s Question Period.
Mr. Bill Siksay (Burnaby—Douglas, NDP): Mr. Speaker, dramatic allegations of attempts to bribe former MP Chuck Cadman raised very serious questions and led to unprecedented
Bill Siksay asked the government about Chuck Cadman this afternoon during QP. Pierre Poilievre was sent up to offer the official “no comment.”
The NDP’s Siksay did discuss the matter