Question Period Notes
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Higher rates of poverty among vulnerable groups
Canada-Quebec relationship on immigration matters
Certain US stakeholders have expressed concerns regarding the recently published allocation policies for the CUSMA dairy Tariff Rate Quotas (TRQs).
GAC continues to support procurement of medical supplies from China. Trade with China has been decreasing in 2020 due to COVID-19 but this decline is unrelated to failures in some procured PPE.
What is the Government doing to help improve the agriculture and agri-food processing sector’s access to labour?
16 notifications of non-compliance received from China for imported Canadian logs.
US Trade Representative Testimony to House Committee on Ways and Means Calling for “Broad Reset at the WTO”
To provide an overview of Canada’s security and intelligence community’s efforts to counter foreign interference, particularly in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Currently, across the country, there is only one remaining active COVID-19 case among inmates across CSC’s 43 institutions, namely, the Federal Training Centre in the Quebec Region. The last outbreak will be declared over by June 16, 2020, if there are no new cases.
Discussions are taking place about systemic racism in the criminal justice system. There is an overrepresentation of Indigenous offenders in Correctional Service of Canada institutions. The Service also recognizes that there are specific needs for other ethnocultural populations, such as Black offenders.
Federal Offender Eustachio Gallese was charged with first-degree murder to which he plead guilty on February 27, 2020. A Joint National BOI was convened to investigate the relevant circumstances into the incident.