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Last night was surely a night to remember. But it couldn't have happened without the dedication of so many volunteers who rolled up their sleeves to bring out the vote. More »
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The Harper Conservatives, with the support of the NDP, have given white collar criminals a free pass by voting down a Liberal amendment that would have […] More »
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This morning's commute was a little longer than usual. Rather than walk to Parliament Hill, I flew to Halifax, for Michael Ignatieff's 15th Open mike town hall since the summer. More »
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Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff made the following statement on Canada’s decision to not participate in the 10th anniversary of the Durban conference on racism: “I unequivocally […] More »
Instead of helping Canadian seniors living in poverty make ends meet, Stephen Harper’s Conservative government would rather waste more taxpayer dollars on a public relations campaign […] More »
Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff made the following statement on Premier Danny Williams’ announcement today that he will be retiring from political life: “For more than seven […] More »
This afternoon, I headed over to the University of Ottawa to hear Dominic LeBlanc speak about Canada's place in the world. In a room overlooking the Department of National Defence, our Liberal Defence Critic spoke about fixing our foreign policy. He wasn't alone. In Halifax and Toronto, fellow Liberal MPs Siobhan Coady and Bob Rae were speaking about the same topic. More »
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OTTAWA, TORONTO & HALIFAX – In three speeches today, Liberal MPs committed to restoring Canada’s global leadership through a new approach to international trade, defence procurement […] More »
The Bloc-Conservative vote last night to defeat a Liberal motion that would have opened competition for Canada’s next fighter jet was a vote against the best […] More »
Michael Ignatieff and Marlene Jennings took your questions Monday morning in Montreal along with local Liberal candidate Phillippe Allard. You can listen to the recording from […] More »
After contractor Paul Sauvé revealed that money paid to unregistered lobbyist Gilles Varin may have been spread out to Conservative party faithful, Liberal MPs renewed their […] More »
“Everyone’s giving out money. We’re spending like it’s Christmas.” (Conservative MP Brad Trost, Saskatoon StarPhoenix, Nov. 9, 2010) Finance Minister Jim Flaherty now says he’s against […] More »
MONTREAL –The Liberal Party of Canada is urging immediate federal government action to confront the cholera outbreak in Haiti. “Urgent action from our government is needed […] More »
Yesterday at the Government Operations Committee, federal officials said the $50 million spent in Industry Minister Tony Clement’s riding to refurbish bandshells, build toilets and carve […] More »
Since the Harper government has ignored requests for a detailed accounting of the $101 million given to the OPP for the G8/G20 summits, the Liberal Party […] More »
In the wake of the cholera outbreak in Haiti, Liberals are calling on the Conservative government to stop delaying and deliver on its promised aid funds. […] More »
Tuesday, Canadians got their first glimpse of what they can expect from the new Conservative-dominated Senate. Without any explanation in the Chamber, Conservative Senators voted to […] More »
A rift in the Conservative caucus over the government’s mishandling of the Canadian military base in the United Arab Emirates has cost Canada hundreds of millions […] More »
Liberals are bringing forward a motion today calling on the government to hold an open competition for Canada’s next fighter jet and immediately cancel their plan […] More »
The Conservative government’s refusal to disclose the details of how the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) spent $100 million of federal money on the G8/G20 summits suggests […] More »
As part of their Waste Wednesday series, Liberals highlighted out-of-control Conservative spending on partisan advertising that has cost taxpayers a record $130 million and has been […] More »
So here, fresh from the faces of Liberal MPs, are our best Movember efforts, for your mo-cking pleasure. This is what happens when good causes happen to bad moustaches. More »
Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff made the following statement today on the celebration of Eid-Ul-Adha: “Today, as Muslim Canadians begin this year’s festival of sacrifice, it allows […] More »
As this first leg of our Listening to Military and Veterans’ Families tour wraps up, it is these stories that I will take back with me to the House of Commons. More »
Mr. Peter Milliken, M.P. Chair of the Board of Internal Economy House of Commons Centre Block, Room 222-N Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6 Dear Speaker Milliken: […] More »
A recently released Infrastructure Canada performance report shows that the Conservative government’s Economic Action Plan fell far short when it came to creating jobs for Canadians […] More »
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Kevin Lamoureux has had some great help canvassing so far in this by-election. Check out these photos of the Liberal team at work. More »
I'd never been on a helicopter before. It makes sense, in theory -- you sit in a tin can and are hoisted heaven-ward by great spinning blades, before arriving at your destination (literally) shaken, if not stirred. So it was on Saturday, when I hung on tight to Michael Ignatieff's coat tails and took the chopper across the Strait of Georgia from Vancouver to Victoria, there to be part of another Open mike town hall. More »
Michael Ignatieff and Keith Martin took your questions Saturday afternoon in Saanich, British Columbia along with local Liberal candidates Chris Causton and Renee Hetherington. You can […] More »
SOMEWHERE OVER THE STRAIT OF GEORGIA — It rains differently here on the West Coast. In Ottawa, it pours, like someone is having a temper tantrum […] More »
After four years, the government has finally responded to the long-standing calls by Canadian Aboriginal peoples and the Liberal Party, and committed to ratifying the UN […] More »
Michael Ignatieff, Ujjal Dosanjh, Joyce Murray and Liberal candidate Joe Peschisolido took your questions this morning at Richmond Secondary School in beautiful British Columbia. You can […] More »
Liberal MPs are admonishing the Harper government today for completely ignoring the will of Parliament by using Conservative Senators to send out partisan flyers into Liberal-held […] More »
Liberal Democratic Reform Critic Dr. Carolyn Bennett has lodged two complaints against outgoing Conservative MP Greg Thompson. Mr. Thompson used his taxpayer-funded franked mail privileges to […] More »
VANCOUVER – Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff committed to helping middle-class Vancouver families pay the cost of caring for aging parents, grandparents and sick loved ones at […] More »
ORILLIA – On the fourth stop of her cross-country listening tour, Liberal Veterans Affairs Critic Dr. Kirsty Duncan was joined by local Liberal candidate for Simcoe […] More »
Following his visit to communities ravaged by Hurricane Igor, Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff is calling on the Harper government to ensure fast delivery of disaster relief […] More »
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Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff made the following statement today regarding the flooding in Nova Scotia: “After four days of severe flooding, the people of Nova Scotia […] More »
In this excerpt from a statement in the House of Commons the Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada pays tribute to our Canadian Veterans, current Canadian Forces members as well as their families. More »
This Remembrance Day I choose to honour the sacrifice of our men and women in uniform, past and present, and their families, by imagining the world they’ve fought to make possible. More »
On the third day of our cross-country listening tour we were escorted by Red Williams to the Veterans Village at Sherbrooke Community Centre, where Red has sat on the board for over 25 years. More »
After learning about Valour Place we made our way to Glenrose Rehabilitation Centre, where I had the honour of participating in a moving Remembrance Day Service, and afterward, a tour of the Rehabilitation Centre — the largest freestanding centre of its kind in Canada. More »
The date of our commemoration has its roots nearly one hundred years in the past, but remembrance is just as important today as it was then. More »
Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff made the following statement for Remembrance Day: “On Remembrance Day, Canadians gather together to reflect on the great sacrifices made by our […] More »
Inspired by the “It gets better” project, Michael Ignatieff shares his message of support with victims of anti-LGBT bullying and abuse. More »
Justin Trudeau explains the Liberal Open Government Initiative. The Initiative will: * Immediately restore the long-form census; * Make as many government datasets as possible available […] More »
Here are some photos we got back from the Liberal tour of Newfoundland yesterday. MP Judy Foote, one of the MPs, along with Scott Simms, travelling with Michael Ignatieff, describes what you’re seeing in the captions. More »
SASKATOON – On the third stop of her cross-country listening tour, Liberal Veterans Affairs Critic Dr. Kirsty Duncan visited Sherbrooke Community Centre to meet with veterans […] More »
As Stephen Harper heads to the G20 Summit in South Korea tomorrow, Liberals released a comparison of spending by world governments on G8 and G20 security […] More »
Despite being blocked from visiting military families on CFB Esquimalt in Victoria yesterday with Dr. Keith Martin, it was an honour to visit Cockrell House, believed to be the nation's first homeless shelter for veterans. More »
As we toured Trouty to see firsthand the damage this disaster inflicted, I truly believe we must open a deeper discussion with the province and municipalities to address the issue of Emergency Preparedness and how all communities in Canada can improve our ability to respond. More »
EDMONTON – On the second stop of her cross-country tour, Liberal Veterans Affairs Critic Dr. Kirsty Duncan visited Valour Place, Canada’s first housing facility for injured […] More »
A taxpayer-funded Harper government ad campaign for victims of crime is shockingly hypocritical, since the Conservatives have spent more money on the ads than they have […] More »
NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR – Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff made the following statement today regarding Keith Martin’s decision not to seek re-election: “Last night, Keith Martin informed […] More »
VICTORIA – The Harper government is dismissing the concerns of military families by denying Liberal Veterans Affairs Critic Dr. Kirsty Duncan access to CFB Esquimalt to […] More »
While other countries including the United States are questioning the cost overruns and delays associated with the F-35 stealth fighter, the Harper Conservatives have ignored all […] More »
And so we are united today in the fervent hope and the determined belief that we want to make anti-Semitism nothing other than a terrible memory rather than a part of our lived present. More »
Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff made the following statement today to mark the beginning of Diwali: “I want to extend my warmest wishes to all Canadians celebrating […] More »
Aerospace companies testified at a Parliamentary committee yesterday that their fighter jets can meet Canada’s military needs, but the Conservative government didn’t even bother to check […] More »
Canadian taxpayers are being forced to pay $300 million in more Conservative waste for the Harper government’s stubborn failure to negotiate with the United Arab Emirates, […] More »
As if refusing to call a public inquiry into the hundreds of missing and murdered Aboriginal women weren’t bad enough, the Harper government is also smothering […] More »
After leaving the door open to foreign control of Canada’s potash resources, Liberal MPs said the Harper government must unequivocally reject any foreign takeover bid concerning […] More »
The Conservative government has had over a year to make good on their promise to review the Criminal Code in light of the arrest of Toronto […] More »
To commemorate Veterans’ Week, Liberal Veterans Affairs Critic Dr. Kirsty Duncan announced her intention to table a Private Member’s Bill calling on the Harper government to […] More »
After a bizarre display of incompetence involving leaks, trial balloons, secret polling and buck-passing, Stephen Harper and Tony Clement have bowed to overwhelming pressure to reject […] More »
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Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff made the following statement today on the resignation of B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell: “For almost a decade as Premier, Gordon Campbell […] More »
On Tuesday, Michael Ignatieff gave a keynote address to the Montreal Council on Foreign Relations. His theme was "Rebuilding Canada's leadership on the world stage." More »
Liberal MPs today repeated their call for an independent public investigation into the disproportionately high number of missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls, to be […] More »
In an urgent letter yesterday, Liberal Status of Women Critic Anita Neville urged Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon to once again intervene in the case of […] More »
So here I am, sleeves rolled up, and ready to keep working. For over eighteen years, I had the honour of serving the people of the provincial riding of Inkster. Hearing their stories and spending time with them showed me what is really important; they showed me how the decisions we make as elected representatives affect their lives. More »
Troubling questions remain to be answered concerning the employment deal with incoming PMO Chief of Staff Nigel Wright. Why is there no cooling off period to […] More »
MONTREAL – In a speech to the Montreal Council on Foreign Relations today, Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff examined the reasons for the world’s rejection of Canada’s […] More »
In the centre of our engagement with the world, we must restore our finest Canadian traditions, inspired by peace, justice, and mutual aid. We must show the world – and ourselves – that Canada can inspire us again. More »
High-speed internet is a basic service that all Canadians, no matter where they live, have a right to, Liberal Industry, Science and Technology Critic Marc Garneau […] More »
Deputy Liberal Leader Ralph Goodale made the following statement regarding news reports about a decision on the takeover of PotashCorp: “I am deeply troubled by reports […] More »
Can Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon explain this contradiction? In the days leading up to Omar Khadr’s sentencing, Minister Cannon repeatedly denied Canada’s involvement in any […] More »
A full seven months after Liberals challenged Human Resources and Skills Development Minister Diane Finley to make her constituency office accessible to the disabled – and […] More »