Question Period Notes
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What is the Government of Canada doing to support social innovation and social finance in Canada?
A recent article on online hate and discrimination, including proliferation of pornographic material, points to the divide between regulating content on the web and freedom of expression that may be at risk. The article questions the pace with which the Minister of Canadian Heritage is working to address issues such as combatting hate groups, online hate and harassment and others.
One of the priorities in your mandate letter of 2019 is to work with the Minister of Women and Gender Equality and other ministerial colleagues to take action to ensure that federal workplaces are free from harassment and sexual violence
What is the Government of Canada doing to eliminate chronic homelessness?
Are employees in the federal jurisdiction entitled to paid leave to receive a COVID-19 vaccination?
What is the Labour Program of ESDC doing to combat forced labour in global supply chains?
How does Part I of the Canada Labour Code discourage employers from using replacement workers during strikes?
Current status of the collective bargaining negotiations at the Port of Montréal between the MEA and the Syndicat des débardeurs, CUPE, Local 375
What is the government doing to protect Canada's seniors from elder abuse?
What is the federal government doing to address mental health issues in federally regulated workplaces?
Labour protections for gig workers
Why is the Government amending the Canada Labour Code to extend the equal remuneration protection to a greater number of employees in the air transportation sector?
Why is the Government proposing to implement a $15 per hour federal minimum wage?
What are the proposed changes to the Wage Earner Protection Program (WEPP) announced in Budget 2021?
Youth have been one of the demographic groups most impacted by the pandemic. What is the Government doing to help ensure young Canadians are better prepared to take advantage of job opportunities during Canada’s economic recovery and not left behind?
How will the new Age Well at Home initiative help seniors stay at home longer?
Canadians need access to high-quality, affordable and flexible child care
New Budget 2021 investments of $100M for the Supporting Black Canadian Communities Initiative, and $200M to establish a new Black-led Philanthropic Endowment Fund
Budget 2021 proposes to extend EI Sickness Benefits from 15 weeks to 26 weeks
What is the Government of Canada doing to support students to complete high school and access post-secondary education?
Service Canada is working to improve access and reduce wait times for Canadians through continued investments in its call centre operations.
The Parliamentary Budget Officer issued a report on basic income that examines how it could reduce poverty in Canada.
The Government has committed to co-develop, with employers and labour organizations, a “right to disconnect” for federally regulated workers.
How will the 2020-2021 New Horizons for Seniors Program community-based call for proposals support Canadian communities?
What is the Government of Canada doing to make post-secondary education more affordable?
Implementation of the Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care Framework