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  1. Confrontation or consultation? It’s up to Parliament

    ... session. Much more attention was focused on the role of Parliament in a democracy. After points of privilege were raised by opposition members of Parliament, Speaker Peter Milliken ruled that Members of Parliament have the ...

    Chandra - Aug 10 2016 - 1:41pm - 0 comments

  2. 20 Days: 20 Questions for Parliament

    ... effects of global warming, particularly in the north? How does Canada intend to invest in green alternatives? How can Canada play a more ... Aboriginal Children and Jordan’s Principle: In 2008 parliament adopted Jordan’s Principle, to ensure the best interests of ...

    Guest - Oct 23 2016 - 3:38pm - 0 comments

  3. Does Creation cringe at our coming?

    ... by Linda Siebenga does creation cringe at our coming does it see us at a distance with the tools to permanently scar its face ...

    Guest - Oct 26 2013 - 10:57pm - 0 comments

  4. No Barriers: My Experience in Lockdown at Parliament

    ... On October 22nd, I went to Parliament to attend a discussion on youth unemployment and poverty. I had been ... centre of our national political power engine. We were about twenty minutes into the presentation in the Senate Liberal Caucus room ...

    Kathryn - Feb 26 2016 - 1:42pm - 1 comment

  5. Encouraging women’s participation in government

    ... government in Canada are women. Just 22% of the Members of Parliament in the House of Commons are women. This ranks Canada 49th out of 189 ... time with their mentors, are able to ask questions or advice about working in politics, and have the opportunity to see what it is like to ...

    Rebekah - Aug 10 2016 - 1:41pm - 0 comments

  6. Does a Christian always vote for a Christian?

    ... The question goes right to the heart of what CPJ is all about: bringing faith to Canada’s public life. Our interest led to ... and wide discussion. CPJ has long argued that everyone does, in fact, bring their faith to all areas of their life, including the ...

    Harry - Oct 26 2013 - 10:57pm - 0 comments

  7. Does arrival in Canada doom newcomers to poverty?

    ... by Christians as compliance with the Biblical injunction to care for the widows, orphans and aliens. Today, this Biblical reference can ... What can be done? It has been said that poverty is not equal – it displays different impacts on different groups of people. ...

    Joe - Feb 26 2016 - 12:16pm - 0 comments

  8. "Treating people the same won't create equality..."

    ... on November 2 caused me to sit up and pay attention. Its content is quite counter-intuitive. What is so wrong with treating everyone the ... equality which leaves everybody equivalently worse off. It does nothing to address the systemic issues creating the problem in the first ...

    Jenny - Feb 5 2016 - 1:08pm - 1 comment

  9. Time to help shape a national child care strategy?

    ... September 10th, 2004 Child care is atop the national policy agenda in a way it has not been for more than ... programs. Public Justice perspective Where does CPJ come down on the current questions? CPJ’s position rests on ...

    Greg - Oct 26 2013 - 10:57pm - 0 comments

  10. CPJ Press Conference on Parliament Hill!

    ... Recession Created Poverty for Canadian Families, on Parliament Hill. This paper looks rising economic insecurity and indicators of ... intern and research assistant Rebekah Sears, and Members of Parliament Mike Savage (Liberal) and Tony Martin (NDP). Invitations were also ...

    Rebekah - Oct 27 2016 - 7:13am - 0 comments

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