On January 27, 2020, I stood in Question Period to ask my first question of the 43rd Parliament:Read more
On December 9, 2019, I gave my reply to the Speech from the Throne. Vancouver East is one of Canada's most diverse and progressive communities in the country. I am so very proud of our record here in Van East. We fight hard for what we believe in, and we have so much to celebrate. Yet, unfortunately, like me, the people of Vancouver East were left wanting after this throne speech. From affordable housing, to lasting justice for Indigenous people; from pharmacare and dental care to the urgent need for safe supply; from electoral reform to averting climate crisis - there is so much more that needs to be done and done now for the people of Vancouver East and indeed the entire country. I put forward these suggestions in the spirit of co-operation and saying to the government it is a minority government and New Democrats are here to work with it. Let us work for the people and act now make the changes.
On June 6, 2019, I stood to ask the following in Question Period:Read more
Jenny in QP: Will the PM end the sex-based discrimination against First Nations women & their descendants today?
On June 5, 2019, I asked the following during Question Period:Read more
On June 5, 2019, I delivered a Members' Statement on the concluding report and Calls For Justice of the National Inquiry on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls:Read more
On June 4, 2019, I stood in Question Period to ask:Read more
I rose on Question Period on May 8, 2019, to ask the following question:
On May 7, 2019, I rose in Question Period to ask:Read more
On April 4, I stood in Question Period to ask: Will the government prevent a travesty of justice, and stop the deportation of a key witness in a human trafficking case?
I rose yesterday, April 3, in Question period, to ask the following question:
"Today in this chamber, dozens of the Daughters of the Vote turned their backs to the Prime Minister. Why? It is because they support strong, independent women speaking truth to power. Because they know that integrity is the cornerstone of your character.
"By kicking the first Indigenous Attorney-General of Canada out of caucus for upholding the law, the Prime Minister has made it clear that principled women who dare to stand up to him are not welcome in the Liberal Party.
"Is this what a self-proclaimed 'feminist' looks like in 2019?"