Date: 2014/09/15 -- Category/Categories: Parliament, Petitions

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to rise today to present two petitions. The first petition is for an issue that one would have thought we would have solved long ago. That is equal pay for work of equal value. Despite years of work in this area, women still earn far less than men ...

Date: 2014/07/19 -- Category/Categories: Petitions

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, I rise today to present two petitions. The first petition is from literally hundreds of residents throughout Ontario, particularly in the Toronto area, calling for action to protect the human rights of those in China who practise Falun Dafa or Falun Gong. We know that many of them are imprisoned unfairly. ...

Date: 2013/10/30 -- Category/Categories: Petitions, Videos

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, we hear a lot about youth not being interested in public affairs, current events, and civic responsibility, but I received petitions that I am presenting today from some young people in a high school in Winnipeg, the Seven Oaks School Division Met School, Garden City Collegiate Met School Justice League. They ...

Date: 2013/10/28 -- Category/Categories: Petitions

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, the second petition is primarily from residents of the Ottawa and Gatineau area. It calls for this House to review security certificates, which the petitioners believe violate the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and violate fundamental human rights. The petitioners are calling on Parliament to abolish the security certificates process. ...

Date: 2013/10/28 -- Category/Categories: Petitions

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, I rise today to present two petitions. The first is from residents of the British Columbia coast, from the areas of Langley and Vancouver, particularly as well from the outskirts of Vancouver. They are calling for the British Columbia coastal ban that has been in place since 1972 on all supertankers ...

Date: 2013/10/28 -- Category/Categories: Petitions

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, the second petition is primarily from residents of the Ottawa and Gatineau area. It calls for this House to review security certificates, which the petitioners believe violate the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and violate fundamental human rights. The petitioners are calling on Parliament to abolish the security certificates process. ...

Date: 2013/10/28 -- Category/Categories: Petitions

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, I rise today to present two petitions. The first is from residents of the British Columbia coast, from the areas of Langley and Vancouver, particularly as well from the outskirts of Vancouver. They are calling for the British Columbia coastal ban that has been in place since 1972 on all supertankers ...

Date: 2013/10/25 -- Category/Categories: Petitions

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, the second petition comes from residents of Kingston and Toronto. It is calling on the government to avoid, refuse, and stop the ratification of the Canada-China investment treaty, which would bind future governments for 31 years to allowing the People’s Republic of China’s state-owned enterprises superior rights to bring arbitration cases ...

Date: 2013/10/25 -- Category/Categories: Petitions

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, it is my honour to rise to present two petitions. The first deals with Bill C-442. It is a private member’s bill calling for a national Lyme disease strategy. I happen to be the person who tabled it, but I like to think it comes from all members of the House. ...

Date: 2013/10/25 -- Category/Categories: Parliament, Petitions

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, it is my honour to rise to present two petitions. The first deals with Bill C-442. It is a private member’s bill calling for a national Lyme disease strategy. I happen to be the person who tabled it, but I like to think it comes from all members of the House. ...

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