Date: 2019/03/19 -- Category/Categories: Statements

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Date: 2019/03/18 -- Category/Categories: Statements

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Date: 2019/02/21 -- Category/Categories: Statements

Elizabeth May’s statement in the House of Commons celebrating Black History Month: Print this page...

Date: 2018/12/07 -- Category/Categories: Climate Change, Statements

Elizabeth May’s statement on the urgency of action on climate change in the House of Commons: Print this page...

Date: 2018/11/06 -- Category/Categories: News, Statements

Elizabeth May’s 2018 Remembrance Day Message: Print this page...

Date: 2018/11/02 -- Category/Categories: Speeches, Statements

Elizabeth May responding to the Minister of Vetran’s Affairs speech in the House of Commons marking Remeberance Day 2018: Print this page...

Date: 2018/11/01 -- Category/Categories: Climate Change, Statements

Elizabeth May gives a statement in the House of Commons – 1.5° to Stay Alive: This statement is in light of the IPCC 1.5° report, which can be found here. Print this page...

Date: 2018/09/26 -- Category/Categories: Statements

Elizabeth May, Member of Parliament for Saanich-Gulf Islands: Mr. Speaker, it is an honour to rise today in this place, beginning by acknowledging that we are on the traditional territory of the Algonquin people. It is also a tremendous honour because, today, at the University of Victoria, a historic program is being launched. The university ...

Date: 2018/06/15 -- Category/Categories: Parliament, Statements

Mr. Speaker, I hope I did not do too much damage to the language of the W_SÁNEC people to say, “honour, thank you”, and thanks to the Algonquin people on whose territory we are now taking place in debate today. I want to recognize indigenous languages, particularly the hard work that ...

Date: 2018/05/08 -- Category/Categories: Parliament, Statements

Elizabeth May Mr. Speaker, today begins National Nursing Week. Every year at this time we celebrate and thank the hard-working nurses of Canada. This week was chosen because on May 12, 1820, Florence Nightingale was born. If Florence Nightingale had been a man, she would not be remembered as the “Lady with the Lamp”. She ...

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