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To mark the upcoming United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities, the Liberal Party of Canada is proud to announce changes that make the Liberal Party’s website, and soon all related micro-sites, more accessible to individuals with physical disabilities. More »
OTTAWA— To mark the upcoming United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities, the Liberal Party of Canada is proud to announce changes that make the [...] More »
Liberal Foreign Affairs critic Dominic LeBlanc made the following statement today on the storming of the British Embassy in Tehran: More »
In the keynote speech at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) annual general meeting today, Liberal Leader Bob Rae highlighted the importance of strengthening collaboration between levels of government in order to address major issues facing our municipalities, such as green and sustainable infrastructure, wastewater treatment, and affordable housing. More »
In the keynote speech at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) annual general meeting November 29, Liberal Leader Bob Rae highlighted the importance of strengthening collaboration between levels of government in order to address major issues facing our municipalities, such as green and sustainable infrastructure, wastewater treatment, and affordable housing. More »
Liberal Environment critic Kirsty Duncan made the following statement today on Canada signaling its withdrawal from its international obligations on climate change: More »
As a matter of form, the election was well run. There were no signs of overt intimidation or conflict in the polling stations. The count was conducted impeccably, if laboriously. But the substance was something else. More »
As the Tourism Industry Association of Canada wraps up its 2011 Tourism Congress in Ottawa, Liberal Critic for Small Business and Tourism Joyce Murray congratulated tourism operators across the country for their hard work to help Canada’s $74 billion tourism industry grow and prosper. More »
Liberal Health Critic Dr. Hedy Fry made the following statement on the end of Federal-Provincial-Territorial talks on the renewal of the Health Accord in Halifax today: More »
Liberal Critic for the Status of Women, the Hon. Judy Sgro, made the following statement today on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women: More »
The Liberal Party of Canada confirms the names of all candidates seeking election of Party and Commission Officers at the Ottawa 2012 - Liberal Biennial Convention (January 13-15, 2012). More »
A few moments ago we posted the draft Convention Program. With sessions touching on The Resilience of the Liberal Ideal, Evidence Based Policy, How to Win an Election and of course the much discussed plenary sessions on Constitutional Change, we’ll all be having to make tough choices about where to be and when. Start sketching out your convention strategy now! More »
Liberals today demanded the federal government take action to prevent critical drug shortages. The call was made after a successful roundtable with representatives from pharmaceutical companies, academics and health care stakeholders to discuss the ongoing problem, hosted by Liberal Health critic Dr. Hedy Fry, Liberal Science and Technology critic Ted Hsu, Liberal Industry critic Geoff Regan, and Liberal Senator Art Eggleton, Deputy Chair of the Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology. More »
Liberal Defense critic John McKay made the following statement on the commemoration of the Canadian Forces mission in Libya: More »
Deputy Liberal Leader Ralph Goodale made the following statement today to commemorate National Holodomor Awareness Week: More »
OTTAWA– Campaign 2000, a coalition of more than 120 groups and individuals, released its 20th annual report today, 22 years after all parties in the House [...] More »
Liberal Leader Bob Rae delivers a speech November 22 at the Nova Scotia Liberal Party Annual Fundraising Dinner, his first since the launch of the Party’s Roadmap to Renewal. More »
Liberal Leader Bob Rae will co-chair an international observer mission in Morocco to supervise that country’s November 25th parliamentary elections. Mr. Rae will travel to Morocco this evening to take part in the mission which runs until November 26th. More »
Liberal Leader Bob Rae made the following statement today on Lebanese Independence Day: More »
OTTAWA– The Auditor General’s latest report confirms that the Conservative government has failed to monitor the safety of prescription drugs and ensure proper maintenance of our [...] More »
Liberal Leader Bob Rae received the Maclean’s Magazine Parliamentarian of the Year award tonight in Ottawa. More »
Today, our Leader Bob Rae was selected by his peers from all political parties as Canada’s “Parliamentarian of the Year” for 2011. More »
Liberal International Trade critic Wayne Easter made the following statement today demanding that the Conservative government negotiate compensation for Canadian beef and hog farmers: More »
Liberals introduced a motion in the House of Commons Committee on Veterans Affairs today calling for public hearings to strengthen the privacy protection of medical records and other personal information belonging to Canadian veterans. More »
Liberal Critic for the Environment Kirsty Duncan made the following statement today on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report on Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation: More »
"The Chiefs of Ontario fully support this call for justice and fairness. Far too many of our communities lack safe drinking water and the infrastructure necessary to deliver safe drinking water and we commend all parties supporting the [Liberal] motion.” More »
Liberals today put forward one possible proposal for seat redistribution that, unlike the wrong-headed and wasteful plan proposed by the Conservative government, puts fairness and fiscal responsibility at the forefront. More »
Liberal Leader Bob Rae issued the following statement today on the death of Tom Kent: More »
Liberal Leader Bob Rae spoked in the House of Commons today in support of the Liberal Opposition Day motion on ensuring that First Nations' communities have access to clean, running water in their homes. More »
Liberals used a rare opportunity in the House of Commons today to introduce a motion that calls on the Conservative government to take immediate action to ensure access to clean running water on First Nations reserves. More »
Liberal Justice and Human Rights Critic Irwin Cotler today called on the Canadian Government to sanction the Central Bank of Iran; to put the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) – the epicenter of the Iranian threats – on the terrorist list; to sanction the Iranian regime for its genocidal incitement; and to expand the orbit of sanctions against those individuals and entities engaged in the massive domestic repression in Iran. More »
Despite being faced with mounting evidence that the F-35 program is in serious danger, the Conservative government refuses to consider its options when it comes to replacing Canada’s aging CF-18s, said Liberal Defence Critic John McKay today. More »
The Mowat Centre report on Employment Insurance has looked at the program from these perspectives: Does it ensure fairness? Is it creating opportunity? Is it supporting those in need? More »
It’s not too late to attend the most important Liberal convention in a generation this January 13 to 15 in Ottawa. And if you want to go, you can, and we can help. More »
Liberal Industry Critic Geoff Regan made the following statement today on the CRTC decision on usage-based billing: More »
Liberal Critic for Public Safety and Water Policy Francis Scarpaleggia made the following statement regarding the Ecojustice report card on Canada’s drinking water: More »
On November 5, 2011, Bob Rae delivered this keynote speech to British Columbia Liberals at their Annual General Meeting in Victoria. More »
Standing shoulder to shoulder with Canadian Wheat Board farmers today, Liberals demanded that the Conservative government stop steamrolling, and start listening to, western wheat and barley farmers. More »
Conservatives must commit to protect supply management during Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks, said Liberal Critic for International Trade Wayne Easter and Liberal Critic for Agriculture and Agri-food Frank Valeriote today. More »
Rae delivered the most comprehensive, trenchant and persuasive criticism of the Conservative economic record yet to emerge from opposition benches. (Susan Riley, Postmedia, November 11, 2011) More »
TORONTO– Liberal Leader Bob Rae made the following statement today on Syria’s suspension from the Arab League: More »
Liberal Critic for Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development and Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency Carolyn Bennett made the following statement today on the first anniversary of Canada’s endorsement of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: More »
On this solemn day of deep reflection, we pay tribute to those Canadians who served and continue to serve our country, as well the brave women and men who made the ultimate sacrifice in the pursuit of a more free, just and democratic world. More »
Liberal Leader Bob Rae made the following statement today on Remembrance Day. More »
WINNIPEG AND TORONTO— The Conservative government is failing new Canadians by banning applications for parental sponsorships, Liberals said today. More »
MONTREAL—Liberal Leady Bob Rae made the following statement today on the birthday of Guru Nanak Dev Ji: More »
The Conservative approach to crime fails young people, said Liberal Leader Bob Rae during a visit today to Head and Hands, a community-based organization that serves at-risk youth in Montreal. More »
On behalf of your National Board of Directors, I am pleased to submit “A Roadmap to Renewal” for the review and consideration of all Liberals. More »
MONTREAL – Liberal Leader Bob Rae made the following statement today regarding the earthquake in Turkey: More »
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty has finally admitted what the experts have told him all along – it is not possible for the Conservatives government to eliminate the deficit in the current mandate while maintaining costly and ideologically-driven strategies like massive spending on prison expansion and untendered aircraft procurement. More »
Wednesday, November 9, at 12pm EST, Bob Rae will give a major speech on the economy, and I’d like you to watch it with me here on Liberal.ca. More »
In a major policy speech presented to the Economic Club of Canada today, Liberal Leader Bob Rae delivered a clear message for the country’s future: only good government and strong leadership will guide us though these turbulent economic times, and ensure individual and collective prosperity. More »
The theme of my speech is simple and direct - much public policy debate seems to assume that Canada can take its prosperity for granted. Politicians squabble about how to divide up the cake. The truth is that you need to bake a cake first. More »
Liberal Critic for Veterans Affairs Sean Casey reacted today to the Liberal petition to restore funding to veterans’ benefits: More »
SHEDIAC, NB – Liberal Critic for Foreign Affairs Dominic LeBlanc made the following statement on the recent terrorist attacks in Nigeria: “The reports of the brutal [...] More »
The benefits veterans depend on are in jeopardy. And I need your help making sure Canadians know about it. More »
Thanks again to all those who contributed to the success of this event. It proved to be an exceptional opportunity to share ideas and sets the stage for the full and healthy debate ahead of us at the Ottawa 2012 – Liberal Biennial Convention. More »
Liberal Leader Bob Rae made the following statement today to commemorate Eid al-Adha: More »
Let me start this update by welcoming our new members, and a thank you to existing members who helped recruit many of you! More »
The nomination of Mr. Michael Ferguson to the position of Auditor General has been the source of much discussion recently, and for good reason. When we aspire to a position in the upper echelons of the public service, we know that biligualism is more than just an asset, it’s a necessity. More »
Liberal Foreign Affairs critic Dominic LeBlanc made the following statement today on the Arab League’s plan to end the bloodshed in Syria: More »
The Harper Conservatives must stop ignoring the provinces when it comes to important public safety legislation, such as the gun registry and the omnibus crime bills, Liberal Justice and Human Rights Critic Irwin Cotler, and Liberal Critic for Intergovernmental Affairs critic Stéphane Dion said today. More »
A united Liberal caucus, lead by Liberal Leader Bob Rae, today made the decision to boycott the vote on the appointment of the new Auditor General. As a result of the Conservative government’s decision to put forth a candidate without the necessary qualifications, the Liberal caucus made a statement on the illegitimacy of the vote on the government’s appointee. More »
If you, like us, feel that the government must find a new, qualified, bilingual candidate, and must follow due process in making that appointment, please stand with us by sharing a comment below. More »
Liberal Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics critic Scott Andrews made the following statement today on the Conservative’s attack on the CBC at the Ethics Committee: More »
Liberal Critic for Heritage Scott Simms made the following statement on the 75th anniversary of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: More »
Why is the one thing that the Conservatives have now developed this intense ideological objection to is the notion that we would ask people to simply register their guns, when we know that guns, in addition to killing ducks, moose and other animals, also kill people? More »
Liberal Leader Bob Rae will be awarded a Public Service Award today from the Canadian Mental Health Association for his lifelong work promoting mental health initiatives. Due to Mr. Rae’s Parliamentary obligations, the award will be accepted on his behalf by his spouse, Arlene Perly Rae. More »
Since I was told I was receiving this award, a grand-daughter of dear friends took an overdose, I visited the family of a 15 year old who killed himself, and have received countless messages from people who have either suffered from mental illness themselves or who are struggling with how to care for loved ones or friends. More »
I encourage you to read the report and to engage on this issue. How can we, as Canadians, help to reduce the level of poverty in our country? Please join in the discussion. More »
The overnight decision to put the European Union conditions for support to a referendum is a reminder of the simple truth that people are not commodities. The economic models that treat people as if they were things rub up against the reality of deep feelings and resentments. More »