News from the Park – Gas plant investigation

QUEEN'S PARK--The Liberal Gas plant scandal just won’t go away despite the Liberals best efforts. On Thursday another bombshell announcement came just before question...

Response from government on murdered and missing aboriginal women is shameful

When the body of Tina Fontaine was pulled from the Winnipeg River late last month it re-ignited a fierce debate about Canada’s response to...

Province signs Political Accord with Ontario chiefs recognizing treaty relationship import

ONTARIO—On Monday the Chiefs of Ontario and the Government of Ontario signed an historic Political Accord at Queen’s Park that will guide the relationship...

Helping Aboriginal Families Make Healthy Choices

Ontario Expanding Healthy Active Living Programs for Aboriginal Children and Youth ONTARIO--Ontario is helping more Aboriginal children, youth and their families adopt healthy lifestyles with...

NDP demands action on gas price spike

OTTAWA – As gas prices shock Canadians’ wallets, New Democrats are demanding Conservatives shift their consumer protection bandwagon out of idle and into action. Today...

Green Party applauds American-Chinese commitment to climate action

OTTAWA - The Green Party of Canada welcomes the historic climate deal reached between the United States of America (U.S.) and the People’s Republic of China. Today,...

Increase access to transit in Northern Ontario say NDP

Queen’s Park – Ontario NDP MPP for Timiskaming-Cochrane John Vanthof called on the Acting Premier in the legislature this morning to address cuts to...

Premier shouldn’t be using Northern appearance to avoid gas plant scandal questions says NDP...

Queen’s Park – Today Michael Mantha, MPP for Algoma-Manitoulin and NDP Northern Development and Mines Critic, said the Premier shouldn’t be using an appearance...

End of TRC hearings doesn’t signal end to the needs of residential school survivors...

OTTAWA – Victims of Residential Schools will no longer be able to turn to special services designed specifically to match their needs now that...

Health care not on government’s radar say Carol Hughes

When Canadians are asked to rank items that should be a priority for the federal government, health care is always at or near the...

Security threats are everywhere for this suspicious government

OTTAWA--Ever since the attack on the World Trade Centre, governments have been taking measures aimed at beefing up national security.  The arguments of rights...

NFU calls on Senate Committee to recommend five-year moratorium on neonicotinoid seed treatments

OTTAWA – Today the National Farmers Union (NFU) appeared before the Senate Standing Committee on Agriculture and Forestry to provide Senators with the organization’s analysis...