The new USMCA protects the rights of workers. It includes a robust labour chapter which aims to raise and improve labour standards and working conditions in all three countries by building on international labour principles and rights. “Unifor called for increased rules of origin and higher wage thresholds in Mexico to rebalance auto [...]
Please SHARE, to save folks from falling for these scams. I’ve heard from many constituents that they’ve received phone calls from people pretending to be the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Some of the callers even tell them that a warrant is out for their arrest!! As a reminder, there are many, many scams out [...]
Canada is open for business! Wow, LNG Canada just announced the largest private sector investment project in the history of Canada! $40-billion & will create 10,000 jobs at the height of construction + boost the economy! https://pm.gc.ca/eng/news/2018/10/02/government-canada-welcomes-largest-private-sector-investment-project-canadian
This quote from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at yesterday's United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement press conference says it all. "A year and a half ago, with rising questions about the future of NAFTA, I was asked how we’d respond. My answer was that we’d respond as Canadians always have, in uncertain times. We’d be constructive and [...]
I just met Canadian Olympic gold medalist and three-time world champion figure skater Patrick Chan. Have you wondered what Patrick’s been up to since he retired from competitive figure skating? He said that he’s been spending his days teaching figure skating! He’s helping build the next generation of Canadian figure skating champions. [...]
Congratulations to Nova Scotia’s two newest Parliamentary Secretaries!! Bernadette Jordan and Sean Fraser are incredible advocates for their ridings, our province and country. Proud to call you both my friends!
Did you know that there are 500,000 Canadians who are working today who weren't working when we first took office? And by this time next year, a typical family of four will be $2,000 better off. That's because our plan to strengthen and grow the middle class, and to build an economy that works [...]
What’s your favourite Bryan Adams song? Had to stop by and say hello to Bryan Adams today after he testified at the Canadian Heritage Committee and suggested improvements to the Copyright Act. Love that he took the time to share his experience and perspective with the Committee. Rarely a dull day at Parliament! [...]
Back in Ottawa for the Fall sitting of the House! It’s a privilege to advocate for Dartmouth-Cole Harbour in the House of Commons.
Cole Harbour’s Councillor Lorelei Nicoll – District 4 at Parliament This Week for Meetings With CUTA
Wonderful to have Cole Harbour’s Councillor Lorelei Nicoll - District 4 at Parliament this week for meetings with CUTA - ACTU. Looking forward to our meeting tomorrow! Thanks to Speaker Geoff Regan for the quick tour.