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OTTAWA- The Conservative government’s negligence on health and safety issues is putting Canadian lives at risk, said Liberal Leader Bob Rae today. “This government’s planned cuts […] More »
We want to share with you a successful model that we have recently piloted for renewing our Liberal riding association. We hope it can be as useful to you as it was for us. On Saturday, February 18, 2012, Liberals in our riding of Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale (ADFW) gathered for a successful day-long renewal session. The session gave our association a tremendous energetic boost. More »
OTTAWA– Debate on a Liberal motion to address the issue of income inequality, introduced by Liberal Finance critic and MP for Kings–Hants Scott Brison, commenced this […] More »
Despite his promise, Stephen Harper is allowing one of his MPs to try to re-open the debate on a woman’s right to choose. It’s a strategy we have seen before from Harper: if an issue is contentious, use a backbench MP and push it through the back door. More »
Moments ago in the House of Commons, Stephen Harper’s Conservative MPs began debating a motion that, if passed, clearly opens the possibility of re-criminalizing abortion. More »
OTTAWA– The Harper Conservatives are adding to their list of anti-woman policies by attempting to re-open the abortion debate, said Liberals today. “Despite his promise not […] More »
OTTAWA– Liberal leader Bob Rae made the following statement today on Israel Independence Day: “Today, we celebrate the founding of the State of Israel. We also […] More »
OTTAWA- The Conservative government’s reckless decision to shut down the St. John’s Maritime Rescue Sub-Centre (MRSC) leaves a dangerous void in Newfoundland and Labrador’s search and […] More »
OTTAWA— Liberal Seniors and Pensions critic Judy Sgro made the following statement today on the Conservative government’s decision to raise the retirement age from 65 to […] More »
On April 26, Conservatives will re-open the debate on a woman’s right to choose. Unless you speak up. More »
OTTAWA— With the changes to the Fisheries Act announced yesterday, the Harper Conservatives have taken another step down a dangerous path to eliminating the government’s role […] More »
OTTAWA— Following the Auditor General’s scathing review of the Conservative government’s handling of the F-35 procurement process, it is clear that the Parliamentary Budget Officer is […] More »
OTTAWA— Liberal International Cooperation critic Mark Eyking made the following statement today on the World Health Organization’s World Malaria Day: “Though malaria deaths on the African […] More »
OTTAWA— Liberal Agriculture and Agri-Food critic Frank Valeriote made the following statement today on the Conservatives government’s plan to reduce food safety oversight at the Canadian […] More »
The National Board of Directors would like to inform the Party that the 2012 National Constitution, as amended at the Ottawa 2012 Liberal Biennial Convention, was ratified this weekend and is now available on the Party website here. More »
OTTAWA— Minister Paradis’ questionable behavior is once again being investigated by the Ethics Commissioner, said Liberal Ethics and Conflict of Interest critic Scott Andrews and Liberal […] More »
OTTAWA- Liberal International Cooperation critic Mark Eyking made the following statement today on Minister Bev Oda’s recent misuse of public funds in London, UK: “Responsible for […] More »
This past weekend in Ottawa, your National Board of Directors met in-person and I wanted to keep you informed about the outcome of our busy meeting. We have laid the groundwork for a 3 year Strategic Plan that will ensure we keep working together towards the priorities delegates identified at the Ottawa 2012 – Liberal Biennial Convention. More »
In 1963, Pearson became Canada’s 14th Prime Minister. Despite never attaining a majority during two terms in office, Pearson’s administration, nevertheless, had an extraordinary record of achievement, including universal health care, the Canada Pension Plan, Canada Student Loans, the Auto Pact, the 40-hour workweek, the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism, the Order of Canada and our distinctive maple leaf flag. More »
TORONTO— Liberal Environment critic Dr. Kirsty Duncan made the following statement today on the 42nd International Earth Day: “Canada has one of the most beautiful and […] More »
April 20, 2012 The Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, P.C., M.P. Minister of Health Health Canada 70 Colombine Driveway, Tunney’s Pasture Ottawa, ON K1A 0K9 Dear Minister Aglukkaq, […] More »
Last Thursday and Friday, I had the honour of joining Grand Chief Stan Beardy and Deputy Grand Chief Mike Metatawabin for a tour of Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) communities in Northern Ontario. We were joined by journalists from the Canadian Press, CBC Radio, Wawatay News and the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network. More »
TORONTO— Liberal Defence critic John McKay made the following statement today on the ongoing Conservative incompetence with regards to military procurement: “The Harper Conservatives are continuing […] More »
MONTREAL, QC and KINGSTON, ON– Liberal Public Safety critic Francis Scarpaleggia made the following statement today on the Conservative government’s announcement that they will close two […] More »
NORTH BAY, ON— Evidence of election fraud is appearing in ridings across the country and affected voters in communities like North Bay and the riding of […] More »
OTTAWA– The Conservative members of the Public Accounts Committee must commit to an open and transparent debate in today’s emergency meeting, and officials must be allowed […] More »
VAL-D’OR, QC— Liberal Leader Bob Rae made the following statement today on Holocaust Remembrance Day: “Yom HasHoah is a day of deep reflection for Canada’s Jewish communities, […] More »
TORONTO– Liberal Aboriginal Affairs critic Dr. Carolyn Bennett made the following statement today on the Federal Court’s decision to order new hearings into the federal government’s […] More »
VAL-D’OR, QC– Liberal Leader Bob Rae is appealing directly to voters across Canada to report all cases of election fraud they experienced during the last election. […] More »
TORONTO AND OTTAWA— Liberal Environment critic Kirsty Duncan made the following statement today on Stephen Harper’s decision to gut regulations and abdicate the federal government’s responsibilities […] More »
CHARLOTTETOWN– In a long expected development, the Harper Conservatives have finally revealed that our prized agricultural supply management system will be on the negotiating table if Canada […] More »
OTTAWA– Liberal Leader Bob Rae made the following statement today on the 30th anniversary of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms: “On the steps of […] More »
Starting a few minutes before 7:30pm ET, we'll be webcasting our 30th Anniversary Charter of Rights and Freedoms Celebration Rally featuring speeches from Liberal Leader Bob Rae and former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien. And while you watch you can join MP Hedy Fry and me in a livechat accompanying the broadcast. More »
Today is the 30th anniversary of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. More »
Prime Minister Harper said in Chile that the patriation of the constitution was so controversial he couldn’t celebrate the Charter. What nonsense. Patriation happened after an […] More »
If you're in Toronto next Tuesday, I’d like to personally invite you to join former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien and me at a special reception next Tuesday, April 17, to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. More »
STRATFORD, PEI– Liberal Leader Bob Rae, Fisheries and Oceans critic Lawrence MacAulay, and a strong team of Maritime Liberal MPs and Senators held a public town […] More »
OTTAWA– Liberal Leader Bob Rae made the following statement today on Vaisakhi: “Spring is the season of harvest and religious festivals on the Indian subcontinent, and […] More »
OTTAWA–The House of Commons Public Accounts committee must reconvene in the coming days to study the Auditor General’s recent report on the Conservative government’s mismanagement of […] More »
ST. CATHARINES AND TORONTO– The Liberal Party of Canada will launch a petition today inviting Canadians to demand that the Harper Conservatives tell the truth about the F-35. […] More »
How do you feel knowing Stephen Harper misled you about $10,000,000,000? Let him know. More »
After a successful pilot at the Ottawa 2012 - Liberal Biennial Convention, we are excited to announce the official launch of the Liberal Boutique online store. More »
HAMILTON—Liberal Leader Bob Rae made the following statement today on the 32nd anniversary of Terry Fox’s Marathon of Hope: “Today we remember the humble beginning of […] More »
TORONTO– Liberal Leader Bob Rae sent the following letter today to Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer on Canadian Ronald Allen Smith’s application for clemency: Governor Brian D. Schweitzer Office […] More »
TORONTO– Liberal Leader Bob Rae made the following statement on the International Day of Pink against Bullying, Discrimination, Homophobia and Transphobia: “The International Day of Pink […] More »
OTTAWA– Liberal Leader Bob Rae, Liberal Defence critic John McKay and Liberal House Leader Marc Garneau today demanded honesty from the Conservative government on the F-35s, […] More »
In January, delegates decided that our Party must prepare an annual strategic plan. I’m pleased to announce this work has begun. This plan will serve as our roadmap to becoming the bold new Liberal Party we believe can inspire and engage Canadians to create positive change in Canada. More »
When we were at the Ottawa 2012 Liberal Biennial Convention, I said I wanted to make the Liberal Party of Canada the voice of all francophones across Canada. Since the convention, I’ve met with francophones and Liberals across the country either in person, over Skype and by telephone and will continue doing so throughout my mandate. I believe that it’s important that your voices be well represented in our bold new open and inclusive Party. More »
Over the past two months, my first order of business has been to work with riding presidents, PTAs and caucus to prepare the Party for the coming riding redistribution. More »
VIMY, FRANCE— Veterans Affairs critic Sean Casey made the following statement today on the 95th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge: “Today marks a day […] More »
MONTREAL– Liberal Human Rights critic Professor Irwin Cotler made the following statement today on the National Day of Reflection on the Prevention of Genocide: “Parliament unanimously […] More »
TORONTO— Liberal Leader Bob Rae made the following statement today on Passover: “Today we mark the beginning of one of the most important holidays in the […] More »
On behalf of the Liberal Party of Canada and our parliamentary caucus, I would like to extend my warmest wishes at this sacred time of year. More »
On behalf of the Liberal Party of Canada and our parliamentary caucus, I would like to extend my warmest wishes to all Canadians celebrating Passover. Chag Sameach!” More »
TORONTO— Liberal Leader Bob Rae made the following statement on Easter: “This weekend Christians around the world and across Canada will be observing Good Friday and […] More »
OTTAWA- Liberal Leader Bob Rae sent the following letter today to Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird on Rights and Democracy: The Honourable John Baird, P.C., M.P. […] More »
OTTAWA— The Conservative government’s defunding of Katimavik ignores the group’s tremendous service to Canada’s youth and must be immediately reversed, said Liberal Youth, Amateur Sport and […] More »
OTTAWA— Liberal Foreign Affairs critic Dominic LeBlanc made the following statement today on the United Nations Day of Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action: “In […] More »
The last few weeks have been eventful for Liberals and I want to take this opportunity to rally us together as we head into the Spring. More »
Some Ugly Truths and Lessons We Have to Learn about Mr. Harper and the HarperCons and Mr. Mulcair and the New NDP Regime More »
This is a special moment. It’s not every day that we celebrate our Charter’s 30th anniversary – and get to surprise Jean Chrétien with a giant anniversary card. More »
Rodger Cuzner made the following statement in the House today. More »
OTTAWA– Parliament must lead by example and delay the Prime Minister’s retirement bonus to match what Conservatives are asking of Canadians, said Liberal Leader Bob Rae […] More »
OTTAWA– Liberal Foreign Affairs critic Dominic LeBlanc made the following statement today on the Conservative government’s decision to close Rights and Democracy: “The closing of Rights […] More »
OTTAWA— Liberal Public Safety critic Francis Scarpaleggia issued the following statement today on Quebec’s court challenge to preserve data from the federal long-gun registry: “The Liberal […] More »
OTTAWA– The Auditor General’s harsh assessment of the mismanaged F-35 procurement process has exposed the pattern of duplicity and stonewalling that has become the hallmark of […] More »
At the Biennial Convention in January, I was elected to a new role, that of National Membership Secretary, with the goal of renewing our Party’s membership promise. At its core, it comes down to three words: Connect. Engage. Inspire. More »
OTTAWA— Liberal Leader Bob Rae made the following statement on Aung San Suu Kyi’s victory in the recent by-elections in Burma: “Fair and open elections, impervious […] More »